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FastShip Crack Mac is an easy-to-use, yet powerful program for designing hulls, superstructures, appendages, and other marine structures, with the ability to design fair surfaces quickly and accurately.

FastShip’s flexibility allows any hullform type to be represented, and hull features such as bossings, bulbous bows, twin skegs, chines/knuckles, broken sheerlines, and circular bilge turns are readily incorporated into the model.

The program includes a lot of models that can be used as starting points for the projects that you want to work on.

Several projects are included that make it easy to put together fast and accurate multihull vessels. You can design practically anything you want to create your own multihull vessel. FastShip includes the following projects, most of them of my own design, from a 22 tonged, most powerful cat yacht to a standard sailing catamaran to large 36 ton catamarans:

Meridian/Mercury 29’R
Mercury/Sedgecomber 29’R
Mercury 29’FPSS
Caledonia 25
Meridian 25
Caledonia/Mercury 21
Meridian/25ft M/T

Meridian/Mercury 29’R
Mercury/Sedgecomber 29’R
Mercury 29’FPSS
Caledonia 25
Meridian 25
Caledonia/Mercury 21
Meridian/25ft M/T

Above a the following is one of the 3 seacatamarans I have designed for FastShip:

The 8m T-class sailing catamarans are designed to be easily serviced while underway in all conditions and travel ranges, and the hulls are more than 28′ wide.

These vessels have excellent sea keeping and stability characteristics as well as the ability to sail in dead calm conditions.
I designed these vessels in FastShip, to have a hull design specifically for the Marine Tough Multihull Class Association, so the vessels meet all MTHCA standards for these classes of vessel:

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FastShip is a powerful modeling system for creating ship hulls and superstructures. It allows you to draw a basic line shape and place it on a virtually unlimited number of different hullshapes (using data from the HullShapeViewer). The user interface of FastShip is based on FreeForm, which means that you can position each feature relative to any other feature. Easy-to-use tools allow you to smooth and round out the shape of the hull, and to build up features such as sheer lines and forward gun decks. You can incorporate any number of fair surfaces and any number of working features, including those that are based on real-life models such as those made by ADSA.
FastShip represents hullforms with a series of simple models, allowing you to create hullforms that are based on hullforms that have been previously designed by ADSA. FastShip allows you to design and build hullforms without having to have the required data (design plans and construction drawings) on hand.
The line shape of a FastShip hull can be based on any of the “MasterShip” hullshapes made by ADSA. Even if you don’t have those hullshapes, you can combine a “MasterShip” hull with a number of additional hullshapes to create any number of different shapes. The design of FastShip is based on the concept that the hullshape you want to create is equal to the sum of several hullshapes, and that the features you want to design are equal to the sum of the features of the hullshapes that you use. The file size of the FastShip hull can be reduced by combining the data from a number of hullshapes. In addition to this, all the hullshapes and all their features, including fair surfaces and sections, can be exported to other hullplans such as the ADSA HullShapes.
FastShip is a powerful modeling system designed to make it easy for you to design ship hullforms. It allows you to design, model, and manufacture a huge variety of ship hulls. It supports hulls that are made of round bilge or flat bottom. Complex features like gun decks, deckhouses, and superstructure can be designed and constructed in FastShip. It uses data from real-life hullforms to make as much use as possible of your existing knowledge and experience, but also allows you to design and build new hullshapes and features based on real-life designs. It allows you to make the most of the knowledge and experience

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FastShip is a professional CAD program for designing open-water models of ships, with a focus on high-speed surface detail, and construction details such as masts.
FastShip’s flexibility allows any hull form type to be represented, and hull features such as boom/boom-links, cant-hooks, bossings, tall sheer lines, chines and knuckles can easily be incorporated into the model.
The construction details include the hull and deck: even if the model is of a monohull and does not incorporate side-fins, it will have features such as masts, ‘tween-deck floats, gangways, and hatches.
FastShip features:
– Various hull form types including: catamarans, monohulls, gaff rigs, A-boats, canoes, skiffs and similar open-water boats
– Complete set of construction features including: booms, booms-links, cant-hooks, splicebends, foils, barnacles, sail masts, man-overboard recovery, oars, fuel tanks, doors, decks and casemates.
– Variants to allow for commonly included features, such as: tradesmen, lounges, sun-lounges and simply defining deck/hatch placement
– Excellent output: with the flexibility to create pretty much any kind of boat you want
– Unparalleled strength and stability of the structures
– The ability to design bases quickly using the ‘hull design’ feature, and new hulls can be rapidly created
– A simple user interface, that will fit in with most people’s existing design tools
– Completely scalable: hulls can be made smaller or larger

The Hull Designer is a lot of fun and it very easy to use. Its capabilities are very comprehensive and it has a little bit of everything you might need in a planing hull design. It is suitable for hobby level model building and it is ideal for beginners. If you are looking for an introductory planing hull design then this is the one.

Silva FastShip is a good CAD program for designing fair surfaces quickly and accurately. The program includes a lot of models that can be used as starting points for the projects that you want to work on.
In this product we are offering a complete set of models, ranging from the first sketches to post production editing.
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FastShip combines a powerful formula with a flexible user interface to provide the most accurate and versatile form of finite element modelling.
FastShip is a dedicated and powerful finite element solver with a comprehensive set of freeform and free-form with circular cross-sections.
FastShip includes support for a wide range of problems including 2D and 3D linear and nonlinear static and fatigue problems, axisymmetric and non-axisymmetric problems for structural and seismic design, and various advanced problem areas such as damping, shell and v-notch problems.
Simulations can be advanced with the use of the HFVI (High-Frequency Virtual Impedance) scaling method, which simplifies analysis of distributed loads and improves the accuracy of load calculations.
Hullform tracing can be performed interactively and enables the creation of complex hullforms by combining the drawings of any number of model components (fenders, skegs, hull or superstructure bulkheads, etc.)
FastShip can be run via the command line, the scripting interface, or as a graphical interface.
You can easily import a variety of hull forms from the command line, or from any of the other program modules of FastShip.
Finite element (FEM) approximations for structures with freeform hulls and freeform free surfaces can be used for diverse applications, including structural and/or seismic vibration analysis, fast and efficient estimates of natural frequencies, and optimal design of naval structures.
FastShip can be used for the analysis of the first eigenfrequencies of models with freeform hulls.
Support for the FEM program FreeFORM is included.
FastShip can be run via the command line, the scripting interface, or as a graphical interface.
The results of FEM simulations can be displayed as visualizations.
Hullforms can be placed into FastShip via a variety of files created with the HullForm Trace program, and importing hullforms and models is now easy via a graphical interface.
You can easily import hullforms from the command line.
FastShip can be run from the command line, or you can import your own source files into the program.
You can import linear and nonlinear static problems from other programs into FastShip.
You can create steady-state and time-varying problems with different boundary conditions, and you can import FEM models into FastShip without re-creating the meshes.
You can export your results from FastShip into Post

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DirectX: version 9.0
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Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: OpenGL
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DirectX: version 11
Windows Media Player: version 11