Hard chine

a collection of modern designs making use of hard chine construction by Robert Tucker

Publisher: Yeoman

Written in English
Published: Pages: 75 Downloads: 709
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Edition Notes

Statementedited by W.D.Waterhouse.
ContributionsHughes, Cyril Victor.
The Physical Object
Pagination75p.,ill.,19 x 27cm
Number of Pages75
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21758470M

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Hard Chine: A Collection of Modern Designs Making Use of Hard Chine Construction: Authors: Robert Tucker, Cyril Victor Hughes: Publisher: Yeoman Publications, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: 5 Aug Length: 75 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Book shipments are typically quoted as “DDP” (delivery and duty paid), and included in our book production quotes.

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In other words, the chine is the usual longitudinal backing typical on vee bottom boats. The backing member is properly a chine “log” but over the years the single word chine has become. A hard chine is intended to throw spray to the sides of the hull and to prevent water from rising up the hull sides where it will increase drag.

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I never thought a hard chine boat could look so good. In fact I think many, myself included, would mistake them for round bilge hulls. The carvel planking gives it a very traditional look and feel, and local lumber can be used instead of expensive imported ply.

As the chine is depressed into the water when you edge, the portion of the hull’s displacement volume contained in the chine resists (pushes back) as it is submerged, thereby giving more resistance to the paddler (something about righting-moment or center of mass vs.

buoyancy – check a kayak book for that). Hard Chine vs. Multi Chine Kayaks by John Lockwood. People frequently call and ask us to describe the basic differences between hard-chine and multi-chine (or "soft chine") kayaks.

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Of course the hard chine folk say they are full of bunk. This is probably something a charter won't really show. So, what I am looking for is opinions from people who have been on both, and can comment on why a bilge hull would be inherently safer than a hard chine hull.

Hard chines are often the result of the least costly use of available building material that does not require expensive tooling.

This does not make the round bottom/chine boat better than the hard chine ones. It is the result of compromise to deliver the desired goals and either may be better for some use than the other. Keywords: planing craft; hard chine hulls; resistance evaluation; Artificial-Neural-Network (ANN), TUNS Series, USCG Series; pre-planing regime POLISH MARITIME RESEARCH 2(82) Vol 21; pp.

/pomrChine defines the shape of the kayak's Chine indicates an angle between the side of the kayak and the bottom, possibly as much as a right angle, almost boxy. A hard chine boat tends to have greater primary stability and lesser secondary stability.

This "edge" can also add performance in surfing, allowing the kayak to grip a wave face and carve a turn. Boats running faster than 16 knots benefit greatly from having hard chines, however, because the sharp corner at the intersection of bottom and sides creates flow separation, breaking a sheet of water away from the hull, which reduces frictional drag.

The hard chine hull also has more surface area for lifting when on plane, which reduces the.