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SE-10 Progressive collapse analysis

This course covers ultimate strength and progressive collapse analysis of steel space frame structures using Usfos

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Progressive collapse analysis training

Training Information

  • Duration:

    2 days

  • Prerequisite:

    It is required that the participants have attended SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using Sesam - Introductory and SE-09 Jacket analysis or have similar experience. The participants should also have basic knowledge in non-linear structural analysis.

  • Course:

    SE-10 Progressive collapse analysis

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Available dates and venues

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Dates
12-13 March 2019
Venue
DNV GL office, Høvik, Oslo, Norway
Register by
26 February 2019
Course fee
NOK 10 000 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)

Description

This course covers ultimate strength and progressive collapse analysis of steel space frame structures using Usfos. Focus is put on plastic limit state analysis of jackets subjected to accidental loads (ship collision, dropped objects, fire and explosion) and extreme environmental loads (wave, wind and current).

Learning objectives

Learn how to import models created by GeniE into Usfos and add non-linear data necessary to perform progressive collapse analysis. The participant will also learn how to present and understand the results. The exercise is based on a jacket.

Target group

Structural engineers performing hydrodynamic analysis and ultimate strength, accidental and life extension analysis of jackets.