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  I agree with you
  Posted by: guideboatguy on Mar-20-13 8:53 AM (EST)
 

Along the same lines as a stiffening member, the curved chine will be effective at transferring a point load forward and backward some distance away from the point where the force is actually applied, effectively spreading the load over a much larger area, and thereby reducing stress per unit of area.

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