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SE-09 Jacket analysis

This course focuses on analysis of jackets including the environment - hydrodynamic environment and pile-soil foundation

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Jacket analysis training

Training Information

  • Duration:

    3 days

  • Prerequisite:

    It is required that the participants have attended SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using Sesam - Introductory, or have similar experience.

  • Course:

    SE-09 Jacket analysis

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Available dates and venues

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Dates
12-14 February 2018
Venue
DNV GL office, Paris, France
Register by
19 January 2018
Course fee
EURO 1950 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)
Dates
20-22 March 2018
Venue
DNV GL office, Høvik, Oslo, Norway
Register by
06 March 2018
Course fee
NOK 15 000 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)

Description

This course focuses on analysis of jackets including the environment (hydrodynamic environment and pile-soil foundation). Concept modelling of the jacket and environment is done in GeniE, wave load analysis in Wajac, non-linear pile-soil analysis in Splice, linear static analysis in Sestra and, finally, code checking of beams and tubular joints in GeniE. The course also focuses re-design of member. Fatigue analysis in Framework using a deterministic, stochastic and spectral (static and dynamic) approach is presented.

Learning objectives

Learn how to model jackets with tubular joints, compute wave and wind loads, perform structure-pile-soil interaction analysis, code check the results (member check and punching shear check) and perform fatigue analysis. The exercise is based on a jacket structure including environment.

Target group

Structural engineers performing offshore structural engineering and design engineering of jackets and jack-ups.