Hull Modelling & Fairing – Basic
In this course we will review different hull surface modelling and fairing techniques. the software of reference will be Rhino3D and the Naval Architecture Orca3D plug-in.
Stability of Ship and Offshore Structures - Level 1
The Stability of Ship and Offshore Structures – Level 1 course covers intact and deterministic damaged stability topics. The software of reference used in the course is GHS (GeneralHydrostatics).
Seakeeping is a vast subject, in this course it will be approached from an integrated-with-stability angle. While seakeeping computations do not require stability per-se, an inteeegratead approach allows the use of the same model for stability analysis and seakeeping calculations and, more importantly, introduces the next generation Probabilistic Stability rule soon to come into effect.
Ship Stability: Probabilistic Damaged Stability
This course, intended for naval architects and ship designers, covers the preparation of a full probabilistic damaged stability analysis, as per SOLAS regulations. Cargo & passenger vessels are both addressed..
Multi-Body hydrostatic interaction
Modelling the interactions of multiple vessels in a wide variety of configurations when latched together or resting on each other.
onboard load monitor for tug-barge units;
detailed simulation of loading and unloading floating objects by partially submerging the carrier;
complex salvage procedure modeling;
ice breaker simulation;
articulated floating structures.
Applied Ship Design Methods using Integrated Software Solutions
From basic hull design to parametric structural modelling, weight estimate, to FE-based structural analysis, particpants are taken through the different steps of the first ship design loop, in an integrated software workflow
From FE model preparation and verification, to loading, hydrostatic equilibrium, to structural solution and limit-state evaluation.
GHS Basic & Intermediate Training
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.