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NAPA SESSION - 1

Introduction to NAPA System


NAPA- Naval Architectural PAckage.
Handling all types of floating structures.
All geometry definitions based on a 3D ship model.
Wide range of naval architectural calculations.
Single database, multi user environment.

Contd..

NAPA is originally a command oriented program.


Also have detailed and dynamic GUI.
NAPA contains several sub systems that perform
various tasks (functions related to ship design).

Starting a new NAPA session


Computer user account : NAPA-USER
Password : NAPA
Click on the NAPA icon.
Give the
User Id

: ADMI

Password :
and you move on to the
NAPA main window.
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NAPA Main window

Creating a new project in NAPA


From NAPA main window,
File

Create new project

Text editor window

From NAPA main window,


Tools
Text editor

Commands can be given in the


text editor window

To open an existing file,


File
Open
Select filename

After typing all the commands,


save the file and run it.

Geometry window
To view the output
Path is :
Napa main window
Tools
Geometry window.

How to give commands in NAPA ?

By default, NAPA uses right handed coordinate


system.
X
longitudinal direction.
Y
transverse direction.
Z
heights.

To define a curve, keyword cur is used.

-/
operator to define a straight line between the
given two points

*
Operator to define the curve to
follow the given order of input of points.
/<angle>
curve should approach the
next point at the given slope.
<curve1>/<curve2>
point of
intersection of given two curves.
Keyword used to define a surface is sur.

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Examples to create a curve


(0, 3.5,
11.5)

Curve for transom


cur transom
x, 0
yz * (0 , 3.5), -/, (2 , 3.5),
(3.5 , 5.5), /-, (3.5 , 11.5)

(0, 3.5, 5.5)

(0, 0,
3.5)

(0, 2,
3.5)
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Curve for frame at aft part


cur fra

(20, 6.5, 11.5)

x, 20
yz * (0 , 0), -/, (4.7 , 0),
(6.5 , 1.8), /-, (6.5 , 11.5)
(20, 6.5, 1.8)
(20, 0, 0)

(20, 4.7, 0)

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Curve for frame at forward part


cur frf

(45, 6.5, 11.5)

x, 45
yz * (0 , 0), -/, (4.7 , 0),
(6.5 , 1.8), /-, (6.5 , 11.5)
(45, 6.5, 1.8)
(45, 0, 0)

(45, 4.7, 0)

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Curve for centerline


(65.5, 0, 11.5)
(61.9, 0, 5)
(61.7, 0, 4.4) (62.2, 0, 4)
(64, 0, 2.2)

(0, 0, 3.5)
(20, 0, 0)

(45, 0, 0)

(60, 0, 0)

cur cl
y, 0
xz * transom, fra, -/, /-, frf, -/, /-, (60, 0), 90/,
(64, 2.2), 180/, (62.2, 4), -90/, (61.7, 4.4), -180/,
(61.9, 5), -/, /-, (65.5, 11.5)
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Curve for deck

(20, 6.5, 11.5)

(45, 6.5, 11.5)

(0, 3.5, 11.5)


(65.5, 0, 11.5)

cur deck
z, 11.5
xz * transom, fra, -/, /-, frf, cl

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Command for creating the surface


sur is the keyword used to define a surface.
sur hull
thr transom, fra, frf, cl, deck

transom

ok
deck
fra

frf

cl
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Hull surface editor

Intended for the modification of hull surfaces or any surface defined by


a curve grid.

Path is :
Napa main window

Tools

Hull surface editor

Hull fairing and patch creation can be done here.

A patch is an area which is limited by the nearest curves in the grid.


fr 10

frame 10

fr 11

frame 11

wl 1

waterline 1

wl 2

waterline 2

fr 10

fr 11

wl 2
wl 1

patch

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Output in Hull surface editor window

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transom

deck
fra

frf

cl

Profile view

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transom

deck
fra

frf
cl

Half breadth view

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deck

transom

Bodyplan

cl

frf

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