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SHIP OCEAN STABILITY
HARTH Ocean Contour Averaging =
Greater Safety, Comfort and Speed
Sea State 5,6 & 7 Beaufort Shown...
The Catamaran and Conventional
Above: 50 Foot CAT, Swath, Tri-Maran or Slice; Sea State 5
Hydro Lance: Sea State 6&7 Beaufort ...
HARTH Stability Technology
-Shown above is a smaller 200 ton
Shown Above is a Hydro Lance vessel in both stalled in beam sea and the hull passing at 60 Knots through a heading or following sea of Sea State 7, Beaufort; Wind Speed at 28-33 Knots. These vessels are also stable through quartering seas. Sea State 7 produces 20-30 foot waves contours or moguls. Note the speed of the HARTH hull shortening the wave length. In this process, combined with unique hull and structure geometry, allow for the averaging of the wave forces to an approximate zero. Doing a time vector analyses is revealing.
WAVE HEIGHT VS. SHIP SPEED ...
Shown above is the effect that wave height has on ship speed
'MANY HARTH APPLICATIONS ...
HARTH Fast Ferry & Freight Transport Fast Yachts and Patrol Boats HARTH Super-Fast Aircraft Pontoons
HARTH Means: No Roll, Pitch, Heave, Yaw or Sway ... No Sea-Sickness
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