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Teak wood has been used for centuries in boat deck manufacture becouse of its resistance to water penetration and moisture. To properly protect you wooden deck the teak wood should be covered with natural teak oil at least two times per year (three times is recomended).
It is recomended that you clean your teak deck frequently with water (drinking water is the best becouse salt water leaves white marks on the wood) after you return from your boat trip.
Banuywangi Teak - Banuywangi teak is a second type of teakwood exported mainly from India and many choose Banuywangi teak over Bojonegoro teak due to the lower price. FlexiTeak - This is an imitation of teak wood and it is made out of tiny teak parts and epoxy resin. Teakwoods are given a letter-grade rating, which helps determine what specific type of teakwood should be used for items such as boat decks.
The easiest way to install a teak deck is to make templates (you can easily make them using 3D boat design software) of your boat’s deck and form the teak to match these templates (using a  large piece of teak board) or build it on a A graded plywood board.
Find teak deck tips and tricks and a lot of other usefull boatbuilding stuff in Plan4Boats boatbuilding plans and manuals. What is the cost difference for Sealium vs the standard alu plate that one might use for ship building? In naval architecture, we always engineer to the welded properties of the material which are considerably less than the virgin metal properties. I'd be guessing $5k for a Dix or Van de Stadt, 500 hours of welding at (say) $100 an hour so $50k, $40 of plate and framing and $5k worth of rent. There is also a slightly cheaper alternative 6063 or the ubiquitous 6061, which are a little cheaper, rather stiffer but they are not marine alloys (they contain some copper to give them added strength). So, in the end, we have to check the available sources of aluminum for where the boat is going to be built.
Location: Canada Creating geometry file for GHS using Rhino I've created a geometry file for a barge in rhino. Any information, name of the barge, Owner's information, how the barge is used, should be collected. Location: Canada The only info I have are the dimensions I've posted below and that the rake begins 2 ft below the deck of the barge and spans 20 ft. Originally Posted by AlexDDSmith The only info I have are the dimensions I've posted below and that the rake begins 2 ft below the deck of the barge and spans 20 ft. In any event, I don't think I have ever come across a raked barge like this which had the long.
Location: Milwaukee, WI You need to either do it yourself of hire someone to survey the barge and take the lines off.
When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. Location: Gatineau, Quebec, Canada Nesting Dinghy I have had a folding dinghy (Port-a-boat) for the last 10 years. When our dinghy is completed I will have a complete mold available to produce additional dinghies.
Location: UK I think a lot of cruisers share your enthusiasm for a rigid dinghy that they can get on deck. Location: Cathlamet, WA Perhaps I am not as familiar with today's 15 hp outboard motors as I should be, but won't the motor weigh 75 pounds or more? Fuel Consumption » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Search this Thread Advanced Search Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post Nesting Software?
Location: Eugene, OR The simple way to design tortured plywood hulls, at least for me, is to build a model. Location: Coastal Georgia What kind of car is that in the background center of the photo in post #6?
Location: Port Orchard, Washington, USA I've got a photostat of Lindsay Lord's conic development booklet (at least that how I recall it right now) buried in a box somewhere at home. A vessel is nothing but a bunch of opinions and compromises held together by the faith of the builders and engineers that they did it correctly. Originally Posted by jehardiman FWIW, sheet panels take a curve that minimizes the total stored flexural energy, so a lot of the shape depends on how you restrain the edges. For some reason I cannot remember, I thought that the resulting minimum-energy curve is a 3th-degree polynomial passing through given control points.
Originally Posted by SamSam What kind of car is that in the background center of the photo in post #6? Location: Gold Coast Australia For those that use Rhino and other surface modellers you can also use curvature matching techniques vs radii for the construction curves.


As others answered before, I think that Rhinoceros with the option of building developable surfaces is a great aid in designing boats to be built in plywood, whether stitch & glue or not.
What I learnt a few years ago, and I wrote somewhere that I can not find at the moment, was to use the curvature feature in Rhino, to point all the areas with a radio of curvature bigger than a value given in Gudgeon's book that relates the thickness with the radii of curvature the plywood can be easily bent to. Also, and trying to answer the original question, now I am just starting to peep at the wonderful world of Grasshoper for Rhino, and I think that it could offer the tools to simulate how plywood can bend, in an easier way that FEM can do it, that for some of us is still very far away and obscure.
Originally Posted by lohring The simple way to design tortured plywood hulls, at least for me, is to build a model. I'm trying to reproduce the patterns of Tornado almost primitive way and using software such as Corel Draw and Sketshup (see attachments).
I did not know the GVT Cat, I was impressed with its smooth lines, but I'm not finding anything about it on the web. Location: Michigan If the axis of the bend is not perpendicular to the center line of the boat, the cross sections will show a curve.
Originally Posted by valter.f I'm trying to reproduce the patterns of Tornado almost primitive way and using software such as Corel Draw and Sketshup (see attachments).
Originally Posted by johnhazel If the axis of the bend is not perpendicular to the center line of the boat, the cross sections will show a curve. The teak wood looks very nice even if it’s not shaped to a smooth surface, but it needs to well protected in order to last a long time. Also the not so good side of teakwood deck is that it gets very hot very quickly when exposed to the sun, so be sure to wear your sandals. This type of teak is generally considered the highest quality exported from Southeast Asiaand provides a rich golden color. It is getting more and more popular in the boating industry, becouse it can last a long time with little or almost no maintenance. We had a member here who built a trimaran by having the plates computer cut and then paying a welder to put them together.
And there's still going to be the rest of the boat so it's going to be at least a $200k and 3+ year project.
Before you get caught up in the details let me first outline the aluminum alloys that I regard as suitable for building a sea going vessel. However, at my end of boat design, we find very often that structural shapes--flat bars, angles, channels, tubes, pipes, etc.--are not nearly as widely available as one would like. We designed it for 5456 alloy, actually, used a lot by the US Navy and readily available in the US in plate and shapes.
What are the alloys, thicknesses, and shapes available in each alloy, and then we engineer and design accordingly. My original objective was to have a dinghy that I could store along my lifelines on my Alberg 30.
I also think having a reasonable power capacity is attractive when distances to the 'dinghy dock' and decent fishing grounds seems to get further each year as the number of cruising boats in some anchorages continues to rise. In reality it seems that the resulting curve of minimum energy is the one with linearily-varying curvature along the axis of symmetry of the curve, for a simple symmetrical case. In this way, Rhino would show, for example in red colour, complicated areas, and I could check the areas where I could have problems and take some action if the value of the curvature in there was very deviated from the ratio I knew we could bend the wood. If teak is used on a boat deck, it becomes less slippery and teak wood also surves as a important structural elemnt of a boat beck, providing the needed strenght and elasticity on the other side. If teak looks a little worn off you can also sand it a little bit and then cover it with special teak-cleaner oils to make it look good again.
This type of teakwood is typically used in products such as floors and doors and hand rails. If you want a deck made out of real and quality teakwood or you are satisfied with the FlexiTeak version. There's going to be more planning than for a steel boat as making it up as you go along is not going to work. The difference between H321 and H116, is that the H116 temper has an additional acidic accelerated corrosion test in its specification which checks that the material is predominantly free from continuous grain, boundary networks which are implicated in some types of corrosion (exfoliation and pitting). It has a much thicker wall than the equivalent schedule 40, and thus should last longer with respect to corrosion.
The selection of suitable sizes and thicknesses just is not very broad for the 5000 series alloys as compared to the 6000 series. We thought the boat was going to be built in the US, and then the owner decided he could get a much better price in South Africa.
I think you should aim to have its all up weight under 100lbs, and then work on getting it as low as possible after that.


The complex non-symmetric curves can imo be divided into smaller symmetrical sub-regions and the above result would be locally valid for each region.
Southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia, Mynamar and India are the main producers of teakwood. Teakwood with a B or C rating may have some visible imperfections and be less dense than an A-rated piece. There is little to choose between them, although 5083 perhaps has the edge with respect to mechanical properties. Also, some countries simply don't have 5,000 series alloy shapes, so your stuck with what you can get.
The exact shape of the curve, as you pointed out, will depend on the restraints at its ends, but also along the curve. It's interesting that the result equates directly to a parametric cubic spline using the arc length as the parameter. One can however use these alloys in the interior of the vessel for stiffening the deck etc.
If you curvature match the curves then there is no tangencial intersection but the curvature of the curves is the same at both sides of the intersection so the intersection is much smoother then if a tangent is used. A very close approximation for most purposes is a parametric cubic spline using chord length between supports as the parameter. Extrusions like angle and pipe are available in both grades, although 5086 is much more readily available in the USA, and 5083 is more common in Europe. Another anomaly is that schedule 80 pipe is differently specified compared to any other old pipe.
So we had to go over the whole design one more time and check all the scantlings for the new alloys, and make changes accordingly.
I personally think that if you are going too all the trouble of building a boat then use 5083 or 5086 extrusions. I don't want to get more technical than that, so if you have more questions read the journal reference. I am quite certain that H321 is as good, but as H116 costs no more, why settle for less (well plate sizes may be a more important consideration, so don't lose sleep over it). H32 is adequate mechanically but by may have a hidden potential for corrosion problems both above and below the water line unless painted, as a result of the 'as manufactured', crystal structure of the plate.
Although I have been satisfied with the construction of hull itself the rest is of very poor quality and has required frequent replacements and rebuilds.
We tested the plug in Lake Ontario this fall and were extremely satisfied by its performance.
It is non-sinkable with a double wall fiberglass foam sandwich construction and foam filled seats. One big advantage for the hull material is that is impervious to rough landings on rocks or coral. It fits nested on the fore deck of our Alberg 30 with ample room to work our windlass and anchors.
We have cruised the Caribbean and our boat's home is the Thousand Islands region of the St-Laurence and Lake Ontario. The nested dinghy could also be fitted, in its nested form, on a power boat's swimming platform or on small davits.
The locking mechanisms are very strong and are designed to be able to lock the bow and stern sections together in wavy water in less than a minute. In addition to providing an additional 14" of water-length boyancy they bring the engines center of thrust more forward and allows for the bigger engine possibiliity.
They also have knee and foot pad indentations that facilitate climbing into the dinghy from the water. The hull will be protected from damage from rocky landings by stainless strips on the plane and tracking fins. The stern will have two small wheels on the tracking fins to help move the nested dinghy over the ground.



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