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Sesam jackup design advanced workshop

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Sesam GeniE software for offshore structural engineering

Event Information

  • Dónde:

    Shenzhen, China

  • Lugar de celebración:

    COOEC, Shenzhen branch, China

  • Cuota de inscripción:

    Free of charge

  • Registro: Contact us

DNV GL is excited to invite you to this Sesam jackup workshop!

Whether you are an existing or potential user, enjoy this unique opportunity to learn and take advantage of the ways in which we can contribute to your business success.

Main reasons to join:

  • Learn about the most recent software developments
  • Share your vision for future product enhancements
  • Build your own network with other users, product managers, sales and support staff
  • Be inspired by the possibilities and new ideas from industrial leaders and software experts

Speakers:

Speedy Wang: Sr Technical Support and QA
Yao Tao: Technical Support Engineer

Targeted audience:

Engineers who are working for designing the offshore structure like jacket, topside, liftboat, jackup or OWT installantion vessels from offshore design, engineering, construction companies, or shipyards.

Workshop agenda

Day 1: Jackup modeling

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  • Part 1: Structural modeling

    • Leg modeling
    • Jack house modeling
    • Leg to jack house connection
    • Buckling parameters for code checking
    • Hull mass modeling
    • Preliminary eigenvalue analysis

  • Part 2: Explicit load modeling

    • Dead weight
    • Wind loads
    • Deformation loads
    • Inertia load considerations

  • Part 3: Hydrodynamic modeling

    • Morison coefficients
    • Direction dependent chord morison coefficients
    • Element refinements
    • Marine growth
    • Hydrodynamic diameter modeling
    • Chord buoyancy condiderations

Day 2: Global static analysis in elevated condition (click to open)

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  • Part 1: Eigenvalue analysis with P-delta effects

    • Define P-delta load cases
    • Added mass considerations
    • Eigenvalue analysis with P-delta effects for inertia load calculations

  • Part 2: Storm wave and current loads

    • Define wave environment
    • Define current profiles
    • User direction dependent morison coefficient
    • Wave load analysis for inertia load calculations

  • Part 3: Inertia load calculations

    • DAF calculation
    • Calculate inertia loads due to dynamic wave loads
    • Apply inertia loads to structure

  • Part 4: In-place static analysis in elevated condition

    • Define P-delta load case
    • Create load combinations
    • Perform in-place analysis without P-delta effects
    • Perform in-place analysis with P-delta effects
    • Displacement comparisons

  • Part 5: Member and joint code checks

    • Chord member code checks
    • Brace member code checks
    • Joint code checks and considerations

Day 3: Stochastic fatigue analysis (click to open)

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  • Part 1: Setting up Sesam Manager

  • Part 2: Modify environmental parameters for fatigue wave load analysis

    • Define fatigue morison coefficients
    • Define P-delta load cases
    • Perform eigenvalue analysis with P-delta effects
    • Export mass FEM model for frequency domain analysis

  • Part 3: Wave load analysis for transfer function in frequency domain

    • Define wave frequencies for transfer functions
    • Define drag linearization parameters
    • Wave load analysis in frequency domain

  • Part 4: Dynamic wave load response analysis in frequency domain with P-delta effects

    • Set up input file to include sea states for stochastic fatigue analysis
    • Set up input file to include P-delta effects in dynamic analysis
    • Run dynamic wave analysis in frequency domain

  • Part 5: Extract and plot the wave load transfer functions

    • Extract wave responses for building base shear transfer functions
    • Building base shear transfer functions
    • Adjust wave frequency points when needed

  • Part 6: Perform the stochastic fatigue for chord joints and other tubular joints

    • Stochastic fatigue for one chord joint
    • Stochastic fatigue for all selected joints