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SE-21 Simulation of marine operations

This course introduces the participants to Sesam Marine for simulation of marine operations like heavy lifting, side-by-side mooring, floatover and floating wind turbines

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Simulation of marine operations training

Training Information

  • Duration:

    3 days

  • Prerequisite:

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

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    SE-21 Simulation of marine operations

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Available dates and venues

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Dates
19-21 February 2019
Venue
Milan, Italy
Register by
21 January 2019
Course fee
EURO 1950 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)

Description

The course introduces the participants to Sesam's tools for simulation of marine operations, e.g. heavy lifting, side-by-side mooring and floatover.

Learning objectives

Learn how to simulate marine operations like e.g. deck mating, lifting of large deck structures and modules, lift installation of subsea templates and towing by using Sima as a graphical front end to Simo and Riflex.

The following topics will be covered:

  • Modelling marine simulation in a visualised Sima environment
  • Flexible force models for complex marine operations
  • Environmental loading due to wind, waves and current
  • Modelling of floating wind turbines
  • Interaction with the Sesam suite of programs (HydroD and Wadam)
  • Post-processing of results

Target group

Naval architects and marine engineers involved in analysis of marine operations.