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GHS Basic & intermediate Training
Program description Version 20 July 2021
Hydrostatics, stability , strength and Seakeeping. This training workshop is intended for beginners and intermediate GHS users, but will be a very useful refresher for anyone using or working with GHS.
By the end of the course, participants are able to:
– Prepare a GHS geometry file
– Output hydrostatics & tank tables
– perform intact & damaged stability analysis, including stability criteria verification
– Produce full stability report
– Geometry file: import and creation, Model Converter and Part Maker modules
– GHS command language
– Run files, macros and variables
– Condition graphics
– Load editor
– Stability criteria, intact and damaged stability
– Heeling moments
– Tank types and free surfaces
– Maximum VCG calculations
– Longitudinal strength
– Intro to Seakeeping
Software of reference: GHS Course venue / delivery mode: live web sessions. A minimum of 2 registered attendees is required to maintain the course. Duration : 4 x 3.5 hours, total 14 hours
– Notions of hydrostatics and naval architecture, software installation
– Participants provide their own PC. Software training licenses are included in the training cost. NDAR will check correct software installation prior to course commencement.
Course content is 20% theoretical / 80% practical. Participants are invited to practice “hands-on”, through exercises and guidance by the instructor.
The training course in non-certifying. The instructor monitors the participants’ progress via an evaluation table.
Course Language : English (French and Italian supported) Instructor: Stéphane Dardel, naval architect
Persons with disabilities : please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if your situation requires special attention
Cost: 1,500€ (excl.VAT) per participant. Training software licenses included.
Next Dates: 15-18 November 2021, 9AM-12:30PM (UTC+1) daily
Registration: please contact us at email@example.com Registration deadline: 8 days prior to course commencement