About the Software:

IRHULL Rule Scantling Calculation Software assists users in verifying the compliance of ship designs against the Rules and Regulations set forth by Indian Register of Shipping. IRHULL supports the design of multiple ship types and also multiple frames of a single ship within the same file. The modeler available within the software assists the User with the creation of transverse sections which can be put through analyses such as Longitudinal Strength, Local Strength, Buckling Strength, Shear Strength etc. The data input by the User is stored in a single file (with extension of .IRClass) which enables easy retrieval of the data for future use and makes handling of large and complex data easier.

Key Features

  • Intuitive Modeler with standard CAD functions
  • Support for multiple Ship Types
  • Panel approach to Scantling checks
  • Global Strength Analyses (Longitudinal Strength and Buckling)
  • Local Strength Analyses (Scantlings, Shear Strength etc.)
  • Execution of all analyses on a single click
  • Customized Tools and Calculators for specific structural elements
  • Analysis Results available in standardized report formats 
  • Efficient data handling 

Minimum System Requirements

Following are the minimum system requirements for smooth operation of the software


 Minimum Requirement


  2.5 GHz


  4 GB

  Operating System

  Windows XP or higher

  HDD Space

  10 GB

  Adobe Acrobat Reader


IRHULL Setup and Installation

Following are the steps to install the latest version of IRS Rule Software:

  • Uninstall the previous version of the software, if already installed on your PC
  • Copy new installation file to any location in your PC
  • Install the .exe setup on local machine
  • After installation run CrystalReports.msi file immediately

We have added following new features in v8.1.10:

  1. IRHULL is updated till the latest rule version of July2023 for Main rules, Inland
    Vessel Rules and HSCLC Rules.
  2. For Dredgers, the pressure for the Hopper Well elements will be taken from
    Part 5 Chapter 10 Section 2.4.1.
  3. A new requirement which will be effective from 1 st July 2023 as per Inland
    Vessel Rules Part 3 Chapter 1 Section 2.8 has been incorporated.
  4. Requirement as per Main Rules as per Part 3 Chapter 5 Section 3.5 has been
  5. Minor bug fixes.