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NA-12 Nauticus Machinery torsional vibration basic

The course covers all parts of Nauticus Machinery Torsional Vibration intended for steady-state torsional vibration analysis in direct coupled or geared propulsion systems

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Nauticus Machinery torsional vibration basic training

Training Information

  • Duration:

    1 day

  • Prerequisite:

    Some understanding of torsional vibration analysis inclusive excitation models for engine and propeller.

  • Course:

    NA-12 Nauticus Machinery torsional vibration basic

Description

The course covers all parts of Nauticus Machinery Torsional Vibration intended for steady-state torsional vibration analysis in direct coupled or geared propulsion systems.

The course will include hands-on training with relevant models. Different types of propulsion systems such as electric, gas turbine, diesel engine and geared systems are covered.

The following topics are covered:

  • Create mass elastic model
  • Stiffness and damping calculators
  • Acceptance criteria
  • Define load cases
  • Calculation and reporting

Learning objectives

We focus on use of the software in this basic course. It means that general theory or Classification Rules are not covered. Throughout presentations and hands-on training you will learn how to use Nauticus Machinery Torsional Vibration effectively.

Target group

Naval architects, designers, ship yards and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Machinery.

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