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Parbuckling


Capsized ships are righted by parbuckling, that is - creating a moment that acts to overcome the moment of weight that holds the ship in place. Both weight and righting forces act about a point that depends upon the shape of the ship but generally lies near the turn of the bilge.

Parbuckling

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