Routing number chime bank

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The Innovation: Displacement Glider (DG) The "Displacement Glider" (DG) is a unique concept which combines a displacement keel (A) and planing surfaces (B). In contrast to the common displacement hull, more than 3/4 of displacement occurs in the keel. The two wave systems of (A) and (B) interfere with each other which leads to a general lower total resistance and creates a significantly reduced wash respectively. Benefits Advantages of the DG hull: Minimized Resistance: particularly in the hump range less total resistance than conventional hull design leads to reduced installed power requirement and significant less fuel consumption wider range of operation with same fuel capacity higher speed achieved - well above the critical displacement speed up to planing substantially reduced wash addressing increasingly stringent environmental regulations Seaworthiness: high directional stability and low leeway dramatically lower rolling and slamming amplitudes resulting from damping influence of the keel higher stability from lower center of gravity provided by unique keel design (increased volume and area enables location of main engine, batteries, tank directly in the keel) and large moment of inertia of the water line area higher obtainable speeds in rough sea than common planing boats enhanced maneuverability in rough seas Cost savings and layout of hull: smaller i.e. less expensive engine can deliver same performance significantly more usable space in hull (engine, battery, tank and other ballast fit directly in the keel freeing up significant amount of space for cargo etc.) additional space can be utilized more efficiently, because of level area above the gliding surfaces The DG hull Performance comparison DG versus standard displacement and planing boat The following diagram shows the performance advantage within a speed range from displacing to planing using the example of the DG-Prototype (Loa=14,45 m). As the diagram illustrates, DG achieves in the transition speed range significantly higher speeds than both the displacement and planing boat given the same power input. The DG-effect is valid throughout a wide speed range: for a boat of 14,6 m it is 9 to 19 knots. The DG prototype achieves a maximum advantage over other hulls of approximately minus 30 per cent of power at 16 knots. Model tests and recent seatrials suggest a possible reduction up to 30 % on operating costs and investment in main engine. The Innovation: Displacement Glider (DG) The "Displacement Glider" (DG) is a unique concept which combines a displacement keel (A) and planing surfaces (B). In contrast to the common displacement hull, more than 3/4 of displacement occurs in the keel. The two wave systems of (A) and (B) interfere with each other which leads to a general lower total resistance and creates a significantly reduced wash respectively. Benefits Advantages of the DG hull: Minimized Resistance: particularly in the hump range less total resistance than conventional hull design leads to reduced installed power requirement and significant less fuel consumption wider range of operation with same fuel capacity higher speed achieved - well above the critical displacement speed up to planing substantially reduced wash addressing increasingly stringent environmental regulations Seaworthiness: high directional stability and low leeway dramatically lower rolling and slamming amplitudes resulting from damping influence of the keel higher stability from lower center of gravity provided by unique keel design (increased volume and area enables location of main engine, batteries, tank directly in the keel) and large moment of inertia of the water line area higher obtainable speeds in rough sea than common planing boats enhanced maneuverability in rough seas Cost savings and layout of hull: smaller i.e. less expensive engine can deliver same performance significantly more usable space in hull (engine, battery, tank and other ballast fit directly in the keel freeing up significant amount of space for cargo etc.) additional space can be utilized more efficiently, because of level area above the gliding surfaces The DG hull Performance comparison DG versus standard displacement and planing boat The following diagram shows the performance advantage within a speed range from displacing to planing using the example of the DG-Prototype (Loa=14,45 m). As the diagram illustrates, DG achieves in the transition speed range significantly higher speeds than both the displacement and planing boat given the same power input. The DG-effect is valid throughout a wide speed range: for a boat of 14,6 m it is 9 to 19 knots. The DG prototype achieves a maximum advantage over other hulls of approximately minus 30 per cent of power at 16 knots. Model tests and recent seatrials suggest a possible reduction up to 30 % on operating costs and investment in main engine.

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