SE-13 Semi-submersible analysis

Semi-submersible analysis training

This course focuses on design analysis of semi-submersibles

Description

This course focuses on design and analysis of semi-submersibles. Modelling the structures for FE analysis and the panel model for hydrodynamic analysis is performed in GeniE. The hydrodynamic environment modelling is performed in HydroD and the hydrodynamic analysis in Wadam. Hydrodynamic loads are transferred to the FE model for structural analysis in Sestra.
Hydrodynamic and structural results are presented in Xtract. Code checking of beams and plates is performed in GeniE. Sub-modelling using Submod, and fatigue analysis of plates/shells using Stofat, are also briefly discussed.

Learning objectives

You will learn to perform all basic steps of structural and hydrodynamic analysis of a semi-submersible and similar floating structures.

Target group

Hydrodynamic and structural engineers working with design of offshore floaters.

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When:

07 April - 10 April 2020

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Available dates and venues

Duration:

4 days

Prerequisite:

It is required that the participants have attended SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using Sesam - Introductory and are familiar with hydrodynamic analysis.

Course:

SE-13 Semi-submersible analysis

Description

This course focuses on design and analysis of semi-submersibles. Modelling the structures for FE analysis and the panel model for hydrodynamic analysis is performed in GeniE. The hydrodynamic environment modelling is performed in HydroD and the hydrodynamic analysis in Wadam. Hydrodynamic loads are transferred to the FE model for structural analysis in Sestra.
Hydrodynamic and structural results are presented in Xtract. Code checking of beams and plates is performed in GeniE. Sub-modelling using Submod, and fatigue analysis of plates/shells using Stofat, are also briefly discussed.

Learning objectives

You will learn to perform all basic steps of structural and hydrodynamic analysis of a semi-submersible and similar floating structures.

Target group

Hydrodynamic and structural engineers working with design of offshore floaters.

Available dates and venues

Dates Venue Register by Course fee Computer
Dates
07-10 April 2020
Venue
DNV GL office, Busan, Republic of Korea (in Korean)
Register by
13 March 2020
Course fee
KRW 1 600 000 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Laptop provided by DNV GL

SE-13 Semi-submersible analysis

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