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SE-14 Hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis of ships

This course introduces the participants to our stability and hydrodynamics tool HydroD, supported by Wasim, Postresp and Xtract

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Hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis of ships

Training Information

  • Duration:

    3 days

  • Prerequisite:

    It is required that the participants are familiar with hydrodynamic analysis and free surface problems.

  • Course:

    SE-14 Hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis of ships

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Available dates and venues

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Dates
23-25 October 2019
Venue
DNV GL office, Yokohama, Japan
Register by
27 September 2019
Course fee
JPY 150 000 per person, including lunch (excluding tax) 
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)

Description

This course introduces the participants to our stability and hydrodynamics tool HydroD, supported by Wasim, Postresp and Xtract. The course includes both hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis of ships, and statistical post-processing animation.

Learning objectives

Learn how to perform hydrostatic analysis of a ship. Learn how to perform a global hydrodynamic analysis and transfer loads to a structural analysis using both linear frequency domain and non-linear time domain methods. You will also learn how to do short term statistical analysis in frequency domain and how to create animations of time domain simulations.

Target group

Naval architects involved in conceptual studies and/or detailed engineering of any type of ship.