- Angle interval
- Area under the righting arm curve
- Residual area between the heeling and righting arm curves
- Ratio of area under the righting arm curve to area under the heeling arm curve
- Ratio of residual area before to residual area after equilibrium
- Ratio of righting arm to heeling arm at a particular angle
- Maximum of absolute righting arm relative to its value at equilibrium
- GM upright or at equilibrium heel

- angle of equilibrium
- angle of downflooding
- angle of maximum righting arm
- angle of vanishing righting arm (second intercept)
- angle of deck edge or margin line immersion

After a stability criterion has been specified, GHS will evaluate any loading condition against the criterion, showing how it fared under each aspect of the criterion.

GHS will also generate curves of maximum VCG (KG) as a function of displacement and initial trim for a given criterion.

All of the foregoing stability analysis can be carried out with or without flooding due to damage, with or without heeling moment due to wind (or other cause) and with or without various wave profiles.

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