NA-17 Nauticus Hull cargo hold FE analysis - CSR BC & OT

NA-17 Nauticus Hull cargo holde FE analysis CSR BC&OT training

The course is an introduction to programs for FE analyses of the cargo hold area in accordance with the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers (CSR BC & OT)

Description

The course is an introduction to programs for finite element analyses (FE) of the cargo hold area in accordance with the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers (CSR BC & OT).

  • Prepare cargo hold model
  • Transfer of rule loads, boundary conditions and corrosion additions
  • Hull girder load adjustment
  • Verify model
  • Yield strength assessment - coarse mesh
  • Buckling assessment
  • Screening
  • Reporting
  • Local structural strength
  • Fine mesh models
  • Hot spot fatigue

The course will be a combination of lectures and hands-on training. The hands-on example consists of applying loads to a cargo hold model, analysing it and carry out stress and buckling assessment including hot spot fatigue, according to CSR BC & OT. The course will also provide a brief presentation of the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers.

Learning objectives

After the course you should be able to use Nauticus Hull for cargo hold analysis and execute FE analyses and code check for direct strength, buckling and fatigue assessment.

Target group

Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull for CSR BC & OT.

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When:

07 May - 08 May 2020

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Available dates and venues

Duration:

3 days

Prerequisite:

Basic understanding of ship structures and use of FE analyses for hull strength calculations. Knowledge in Nauticus Hull as covered in NA-02. Basic knowledge in Sesam GeniE as covered in SE-01.

Course:

NA-17 Nauticus Hull cargo hold FE analysis - CSR BC & OT

Description

The course is an introduction to programs for finite element analyses (FE) of the cargo hold area in accordance with the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers (CSR BC & OT).

  • Prepare cargo hold model
  • Transfer of rule loads, boundary conditions and corrosion additions
  • Hull girder load adjustment
  • Verify model
  • Yield strength assessment - coarse mesh
  • Buckling assessment
  • Screening
  • Reporting
  • Local structural strength
  • Fine mesh models
  • Hot spot fatigue

The course will be a combination of lectures and hands-on training. The hands-on example consists of applying loads to a cargo hold model, analysing it and carry out stress and buckling assessment including hot spot fatigue, according to CSR BC & OT. The course will also provide a brief presentation of the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers.

Learning objectives

After the course you should be able to use Nauticus Hull for cargo hold analysis and execute FE analyses and code check for direct strength, buckling and fatigue assessment.

Target group

Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull for CSR BC & OT.

Available dates and venues

Dates Venue Register by Course fee Computer
Dates
07-08 May 2020
Venue
DNV GL office, Busan, Republic of Korea (in Korean)
Register by
10 April 2020
Course fee
KRW 800 000 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Laptop provided by DNV GL

NA-17 Nauticus Hull cargo hold FE analysis - CSR BC & OT training

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