SE-18 Coupled motion analysis and riser design of floating offshore installations

The course introduces the Sesam tools for carrying out both coupled floater motion analysis of individual lines in time domain

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Coupled motion analysis and riser design of floating offshore installations

Training Information

  • Duration:

    3 days

  • Prerequisite:

    It is required that the participants are familiar with hydrodynamic analysis, riser design and non-linear analysis. No previous experience in use of Sesam is mandatory, but it is beneficial to have knowledge of Sesam's hydrodynamic tools as used in SE-06 Hydrodynamic analysis of offshore floaters - frequency domain.

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    SE-18 Coupled motion analysis and riser design of floating offshore installations

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Dates
01-03 October 2019
Venue
DNV GL office, London, UK
Register by
17 September 2019 
Course fee
GBP 1350 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Laptop provided by DNV GL

Description

The course introduces the Sesam tools for carrying out both coupled floater motion analysis of individual lines in time domain (mooring and riser analysis). Modelling of the slender structure, set-up and execution of the analysis, as well as post-processing the analysis results, will be covered.

Learning objectives

The following topics will be covered:

  • Concept modelling of riser/mooring system and vessels
  • Environmental load modelling
  • Coupled analysis, set up and execution
  • The Seamless interaction with HydroD, Simo and Riflex
  • Static configuration of vessel/mooring system
  • Post processing of time series results
  • Fatigue analysis of lines
  • ULS code checking of steel risers

Target group

Structural engineers/naval architects involved in design or verification of floating offshore installations and the interaction with their risers and moorings.

SE-18 Coupled motion analysis and riser design of floating offshore installations

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