Design draught (m): 22 Ballasted Draft (m): 9

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santiagoqu

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Spanish
Son las dimensiones de una embarcación. Yo pensaba que tanto draught como draft eran lo mismo, el calado del barco, pero estas dos dimensiones me hacen dudar. ¿Hay una diferencia?

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  • Lnewqban

    Senior Member
    Spanish - Cuba
    Uno es el calado de diseño, que es aproximadamente el calado máximo que la estructura del barco puede resistir.
    El otro es el calado en lastre, que es el calado recomendado para mejorar la estabilidad de navegación del barco cuando no lleva carga, usando para ello un lastre de agua en el casco.

    Copiado de
    https://www.foreship.com/files/fs-naterms.pdf

    "Design Draught, Tdesign: The draft the vessel (and her deadweight, stability, performance, etc.) is designed for. On a Panamax cruise ship design draft is typically ca. 8.0 m. Generally more draft means better seakeeping capabilities, but less draft often means more stability.
    Scantling Draft: The draft vessel structures are designed for (hull plating, tank bulkheads, etc.), i.e. the maximum structural draft for the vessel. Typically scantling draft is slightly more, or the same, than design draught. If stability requirements do not require otherwise, the scantling draft is the maximum draft to which the vessel can be loaded."
     
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