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DNV Software Training Catalogue

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We recognise you have made a significant investment in software from DNV. To help ensure you get the best value possible from your investment we have developed a wide range of training courses so that you can use our applications effectively and efficiently. We also offer a range of advanced courses offering greater insight into the applications and the mathematical models employed in the analyses. Many of these courses are run as open public training sessions around the globe. Scheduled dates for specific courses can be found on the DNV Internet. If dates are not shown for the course you require or they are not convenient then courses can be delivered at your premises on request, just contact your local DNV Software office. We hope you find the courses in this brochure useful as you develop your competence, knowledge and understanding of our engineering software products and increase the value you extract from them. Should these courses not meet your need then please contact us as courses can be tailored for specific needs.
Jeremy Linn Business Development Director DNV Software

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Global courses
To be able to serve our customers better, DNV Software will increase the offerings for training courses globally. This Training Catalogue provides a list of training courses available at DNV Softwares facilities in Oslo, London, Houston, Rio, Pusan, Shanghai and Singapore or at your own site.

Scheduled courses: Check out our list of current software training offerings on www.dnvsoftware.com or contact us on dnv.software@dnv.com Customer support: software.support@dnv.com

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Course code Title Duration Page

Nauticus
NA-02 NA-03 NA-04 NA-05 NA-06 NA-07 NA-08 NA-09 NA-10 NA-11 NA-12 NA-13 NA-14 NA-15 NA-16 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck DNV Rules Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Tank Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Bulk Nauticus Hull FE analysis general Nauticus Hull cargo hold FE analysis CSR Tank Nauticus Hull cargo hold FE analysis CSR Bulk Nauticus Hull 3D Beam Nauticus Hull PULS buckling Nauticus Shaft Alignment basic Nauticus Shaft Alignment advanced Nauticus Torsional Vibration basic Advanced shafting design for marine propulsion systems Nauticus Gear Faceload and Gear Rating Hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis of ships Nauticus Hull cargo hold FE analysis DNV 1A1 2 days 2 days 2 days 2 days 3 days 3 days 0.5 days 0.5 days 1 day 3 days 1 day 23 days 2 days 3 days 3 days 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Sesam
SE-01 SE-02 SE-03 SE-04 SE-05 SE-06 SE-07 SE-08 SE-09 SE-10 SE-11 SE-12 SE-13 SE-14 SE-15 SE-16 SE-17 SE-18 SE-19 SE-20 SE-21 SE-22 SE-23 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory Geometry based FE modelling and analysis using Patran-Pre Introductory Hull modelling for hydrodynamic analysis Introductory Concept based FE modelling of shell structures Advanced Hydrostatic analysis of offshore floaters Hydrodynamic analysis of offshore floaters frequency domain Hydrodynamic analysis of offshore floaters time domain Topside design Jacket design Progressive collapse analysis Wind induced fatigue Installation analysis of jackets Semi-submersible analysis FPSO rule check FPSO hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis FPSO cargo hold analysis Advanced use of GeniE Coupled motion analysis and riser design of offshore floating installations Riser analysis Mooring lines analysis Simulation of marine operations Sub-modelling analysis combined with plate/shell fatigue analysis FPSO global strength and spectral fatigue analysis 2 days 3 days 2 days 3 days 1 day 2 days 2 days 1 day 2 days 2 days 1 day 2 days 4 days 2 days 3 days 3 days 2 days 3 days 2 days 2 days 2 days 2 days 4 days 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

Safeti
SA-01 SA-02 SA-03 SA-04 SA-05 SA-06 SA-03/06 SA-07 SA-08 SA-09 SA-10 SA-11 SA-12 SA-13 SA-14 SA-15 SA-16 Phast introduction Phast Risk introduction Phast advanced discharge modelling Phast advanced dispersion and toxic modelling Phast advanced flammable modelling Phast advanced risk modelling Phast advanced modelling Phast Risk for quantitative risk assessment Leak Orbit Onshore for risk based inspection Neptune introduction Phast multi component modelling extension Phast Risk congested explosion modelling extension Phast Risk advanced explosion modelling Building a QRA using Phast Risk Maros Taro Refinery 2 days 2 days 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day 4 days 3/5 days 0.5 days 5 days 4 days 1 day 1 day 1 day Typically 5 days 2 days 2 days 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Nauticus

Nauticus Hull RuleCheck DNV Rules


Course code: NA-02 Duration: 2 days Description The course covers programs for calculation of hull girder strength and local strength of plates and stiffeners according to the DNV Rules with focus on cross sectional analysis and fatigue. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to use Nauticus Hull to carry out cross sectional analysis and hull girder strength calculations according to the DNV Rules for Ships. In addition to software training, the course will also provide you with basic understanding of the DNV Rules. Target group Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of ship structures and hull strength.

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Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Tank


Course code: NA-03 Duration: 2 days Description The course covers programs for calculation of hull girder strength and local strength of plates and stiffeners according to the prescriptive requirements of the Common Structural Rules for Oil Tankers with focus on cross sectional analysis and fatigue. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to use Nauticus Hull to carry out cross sectional analysis and hull girder strength calculations according to the Common Structural Rules for Oil Tankers. In addition to software training, the course will also provide you with basic understanding of the CSR Tanker rules. Target group Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull for the Common Structural Rules for Oil Tankers.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of ship structures and hull strength.

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Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Bulk


Course code: NA-04 Duration: 2 days Description The course covers programs for calculation of hull girder strength and local strength of plates and stiffeners according to the prescriptive requirements of the Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers with focus on cross sectional analysis and fatigue. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to use Nauticus Hull to carry out cross sectional analysis and hull girder strength calculations according to the Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers. In addition to software training, the course will also provide you with basic understanding of the CSR Bulk rules. Target group Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull for the Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of ship structures and hull strength.

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Nauticus Hull FE analysis general


Course code: NA-05 Duration: 3 days Description The course is an introduction to programs for FE modelling and analysis of typical ship structures. Focus is put on the complete analysis process including 3D modelling, mesh control, application of loads and boundary conditions, and executing the FE Analysis. An introduction to Xtract for stress evaluation will also be given. The course will be a combination of lectures and hands-on training. The hands-on examples include a midship cargo hold model, a cargo rail model and a crane pedestal. The cross section for the cargo hold model is extruded from a midship section modelled in Section Scantlings in the NA-02 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck DNV Rules course. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to use GeniE for modelling of typical ship structures and execute FE analyses for strength and stress level assessment. Target group Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using GeniE to build FE models.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of ship structures and hull strength and use of FE analyses for strength calculations. Knowledge in Nauticus Hull as covered in NA-02 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck DNV Rules, NA-03 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Tank or NA-04 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Bulk is recommended.

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Nauticus Hull cargo hold FE analysis CSR Tank


Course code: NA-06 Duration: 3 days Description The course is an introduction to programs for FE analyses of the cargo hold area in accordance with the IACS Common Structural Rules for Oil Tankers (CSR Tank). This includes modelling, analysis, postprocessing yield and buckling strength checks. Focus is put on extruding a cross section from section scantlings, 3D modelling and mesh control in GeniE, applying loads, corrosion additions and boundary conditions according to CSR Tank, running a Sestra analysis and post-processing using Xtract. Yield and buckling strength checks according to CSR Tank are covered. The course will be a combination of lectures and hands-on training. The hands-on example consists of building a cargo hold model, analysing it and do stress level assessment. The cross section for the cargo hold model is extruded from a midship section modelled in Section Scantlings in the NA-03 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Tank course. The course will also provide a presentation of the CSR Tank rules and their requirements to strength assessment analyses of the cargo hold area. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to use Nauticus Hull for cargo hold modelling and execute FE analyses for strength and stress level assessment. Target group Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull for the Common Structural Rules for Oil Tankers.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of ship structures and hull strength and use of FE analyses for strength calculations. Knowledge in Nauticus Hull as covered in NA-03 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Tank is recommended.

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Nauticus Hull cargo hold FE analysis CSR Bulk


Course code: NA-07 Duration: 3 days Description The course is an introduction to programs for modelling and FE analyses of bulk carriers in accordance with the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers (CSR Bulk). Focus is put on extruding a cross section from Section Scantling, then 3D modelling of a cargo hold model and mesh control in GeniE, applying loads, corrosion additions and boundary conditions according to the CSR Bulk rules, running a FE analysis and post-processing using Xtract. Yield and buckling strength checks according to CSR Bulk are covered. The course will be a combination of lectures and hands-on training. The hands-on example consists of building a cargo hold model, analysing it and do buckling and stress level assessment. The cross section for the cargo hold model is extruded from a midship section modelled in Section Scantlings in the NA-04 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Bulk course. The course will also provide a presentation of the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and their requirements to strength assessment analyses of the cargo hold area. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to use Nauticus Hull and GeniE for cargo hold modelling and execute FE analyses for buckling control and strength and stress level assessment according to the CSR Bulk rules. Target group Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull for the Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of ship structures and hull strength and use of FE analyses for strength calculations. Knowledge in Nauticus Hull as covered in NA-04 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck CSR Bulk is recommended.

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Nauticus Hull 3D Beam


Course code: NA-08 Duration: 0.5 days Description The course is a presentation of the 3-dimensional frame structure analysis program 3D-beam. This program can be used at an early stage for evaluation of strength of ship frames, as well as grid structures and frame structures in general. The course will describe how to create geometry, apply profiles, material, loads etc., and present the analyses results in way of displacements and beam forces and stresses. The course will be a combination of lectures and hands-on training. The hands-on training will be a detailed stepby-step description of the modelling and analysis process. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to carry out beam element analysis using 3D Beam. Target group Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of the finite element method and strength calculations.

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Nauticus Hull PULS buckling


Course code: NA-09 Duration: 0.5 days Description The course is an introduction to the PULS program for buckling and ultimate strength capacity assessments of stiffened and unstiffened panels based on non-linear large deflection plate theory. PULS can be used in typical planar building blocks in ship hull structures as well as in general planar stiffened, unstiffened or corrugated plate structures. The course will be mainly be based on hands-on training, presenting some typical problems where PULS can be used for assessment and understanding of the buckling and non-linear behaviour. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to use PULS to calculate ultimate buckling capacities of stiffened or unstiffened plates. Target group Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of structural strength and plate buckling theory.

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Nauticus Shaft Alignment basic


Course code: NA-10 Duration: 1 day Description The course covers the basic parts of Nauticus Shaft Alignment intended for shaft alignment in direct coupled or geared propulsion systems. The following topics are covered: I Basic geometry modelling, shaft- and bearing wizards I Applying materials, buoyancy corrections, loads I Modelling propeller, bearings, shrink fits, gears and engines I Calculation and reporting I Optimization and reverse engineering features I Verification methods such as gap/sag, strain gauge or hydraulic jacking Learning objectives We focus on use of the software in this basic course. It means that general theory or Classification Rules are not covered. Throughout presentations and hands-on training you will learn how to use Nauticus Shaft Alignment effectively. The design, verification and troubleshooting (reverse engineering) aspects will be covered. You will also learn how to optimize the alignment using the more advanced features of the software. Target group Naval architects, designers, ship yards and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Machinery.

Prerequisite Some understanding of shaft alignment analysis and verification methods.

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Nauticus Shaft Alignment advanced


Course code: NA-11 Duration: 3 days Description The course covers DNV's theoretical and practical experience within the fields of shaft alignment, whirling and axial vibrations and relates these to good practice for carrying out calculations utilising the Nauticus Shaft Alignment tool. Basic theory will be taught as well as giving an insight into new technology gained by DNV through several comprehensive research and troubleshooting projects. Learning objectives The main objective is to learn best practice for shaft alignment by learning theory, analysis methods and use of the software. Each component in the system (propeller, bearing, couplings, gear, engines) will be covered in detail with extensive presentation material, know-how and experience from state-of-the-art research projects. Target group Naval architects, designers, ship yards and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Machinery, but with some experience within the field of shaft alignment.

Prerequisite Detailed knowledge about marine propulsion systems and basic understanding of shaft alignment analysis, verification methods and measurements.

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Nauticus Torsional Vibration basic


Course code: NA-12 Duration: 1 day Description The course covers all parts of Nauticus Torsional Vibration intended for steady-state torsional vibration analysis in direct coupled or geared propulsion systems. The course will include hands-on training with relevant models. Different types of propulsion systems such as electric, gas turbine, diesel engine and geared systems are covered. The following topics are covered: I Create mass elastic model I Stiffness and damping calculators I Acceptance criteria I Define load cases I Calculation and reporting Learning objectives We focus on use of the software in this basic course. It means that general theory or Classification Rules are not covered. Throughout presentations and hands-on training you will learn how to use Nauticus Torsional Vibration effectively. Target group Naval architects, designers, ship yards and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Machinery.

Prerequisite Some understanding of torsional vibration analysis inclusive excitation models for engine and propeller.

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Nauticus

Advanced shafting design for marine propulsion systems


Course code: NA-13 Duration: 23 days Description The advanced shafting design course has the following topics: I Steady state and transient vibrations (frequency and time domain analysis) I IACS unified requirements for shaft fatigue I DNVs detailed shaft design method I Simulation of transient load responses I Calculation cases and design options The course is primarily focusing on technology, but will cover the Nauticus Torsional Vibration and Nauticus Shaft Fatigue tools. Learning objectives Learn how to optimize your shafting design using DNVs detailed shaft design approach and relevant Nauticus Machinery tools. Target group Naval architects, designers, ship yards and approval engineers with detailed knowledge about overall design of marine shafting systems.

Prerequisite Knowledge about propulsion components such as propeller, shafts, couplings, dampers, gears and engines. Some knowledge about shaft fatigue analysis and frequency domain analysis of propulsion systems.

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Nauticus Gear Faceload and Gear Rating


Course code: NA-14 Duration: 2 days Description The course covers basic gear technology, DNVs gear calculation methods and relevant software. The course has the following topics: I Cylindrical gear geometry I Gear calculation factors I Gear materials I DNV Rules for gears I DNV classification note 41.2, calculation of gears in marine applications I Basic information about ISO with regard to gearing I Nauticus Machinery software Nauticus Gear Rating Nauticus Gear Faceload Learning objectives Learn basic theory (design criteria, machining and dimensioning criteria) and DNV Rules related to marine reduction gears, utilizing the gear analysis tools in Nauticus Machinery. Target group Gear manufacturers with some knowledge about marine shafting systems.

Prerequisite Knowledge about vibration and fatigue calculations as well as basic knowledge of component behaviour in propulsion systems.

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Ata Gears

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Hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis of ships


Course code: NA-15 Duration: 3 days Description This course introduces the participants to our stability and hydrodynamics tool HydroD, supported by Wasim, Postresp and Xtract. The course includes both hydrostatic analysis and hydrodynamic analysis of ships as well as statistical post processing and animation. Learning objectives Learn how to perform a hydrostatic analysis of a ship. Learn how to do a global hydrodynamic analysis and to transfer loads to a structural analysis using both linear frequency domain and non-linear time domain methods. You will also learn how to do short term statistical analysis in frequency domain and how to create animations of time domain simulations. Target group Naval architects involved in conceptual studies and/or detailed engineering of any type of ship.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants are familiar with hydrodynamic analysis and free surface problems.

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Nauticus Hull cargo hold FE analysis DNV 1A1


Course code: NA-16 Duration: 3 days Description The course is an introduction to programs for FE analyses of the cargo hold area in accordance with the Nauticus Newbuildings rules (DNV 1A1). Focus is put on extruding a cross section from section scantlings, 3D modelling and mesh control in GeniE, applying loads, corrosion additions and boundary conditions according to DNV 1A1, running a Sestra analysis and post-processing using Xtract. The course will be a combination of lectures and hands-on training. The hands-on example consists of building a cargo hold model, analysing it and do stress level assessment. The cross section for the cargo hold model is extruded from a midship section modelled in Section Scantlings in the NA-02 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck DNV Rules course. The course will also provide a presentation of the DNV 1A1 rules and their requirements to strength assessment analyses of the cargo hold area. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to use Nauticus Hull for cargo hold modelling and execute FE analyses for strength and stress level assessment. Target group Naval architects, designers, hull structural engineers and approval engineers with no or limited experience using Nauticus Hull for the DNV 1A1 rules.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of ship structures and hull strength and use of FE analyses for strength calculations. Knowledge in Nauticus Hull as covered in NA-02 Nauticus Hull RuleCheck DNV Rules is recommended.

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Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory


Course code: SE-01 Duration: 2 days Description This is an introductory course to Sesam focusing on the concept modelling, structural analysis and results presentation features of GeniE including Sestra. Exercises in concept modelling, analysis and results presentations for a topside structure composed of beams and plates is included. Learning objectives Learn how to use the concept modelling technique of GeniE to create finite element (FE) models and analyse them in Sestra. Target group Structural engineers performing design engineering tasks of fixed and floating offshore structures built up of beams and plates.

Prerequisite Basic knowledge in FE analysis is required. No previous experience in the use of Sesam is necessary.

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Geometry based FE modelling and analysis using Patran-Pre Introductory


Course code: SE-02 Duration: 3 days Description This is an introductory course to Sesam focusing on the geometry and FE modelling features of Patran-Pre, structural analysis in Sestra and general results processing in Xtract. Exercises in modelling of a hatch coaming and a floating structure are included. Learning objectives Learn how to create FE models using Patran-Pre and analyse them using Sestra. Learn how to do general results presentation in Xtract. Target group Structural engineers performing design engineering tasks of fixed and floating offshore structures built up of beams, plates and shells.

Prerequisite Basic knowledge in FE analysis is required. No previous experience in the use of Sesam is necessary.

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Hull modelling for hydrodynamic analysis Introductory


Course code: SE-03 Duration: 2 days Description This course focuses on panel modelling of floating shell structures for the purpose of hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis. Mass modelling will be briefly discussed. The modelling tool will be GeniE. Exercises in panel modelling of a barge and a semi-submersible are included. There will also be a session on import of data from CAD. Learning objectives Learn how to create panel models for use in hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis (in HydroD). Target group Structural engineers and naval architects involved in hydrostatic and/or hydrodynamic analysis of fixed and floating offshore structures.

Prerequisite Basic knowledge in hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis is required. No previous experience in the use of Sesam is necessary.

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Concept based FE modelling of shell structures Advanced


Course code: SE-04 Duration: 3 days Description This course focuses on concept modelling and analysis of floating shell structures and other shell structures for the purpose of structural analysis. GeniE is the modelling tool. Exercises in concept modelling of a tubular joint, a crane pedestal and/or a semi-submersible are included. There will also be a session on import of data based on scripting or CAD. Finally, advanced results presentation using Xtract is covered. Learning objectives Learn how to use the concept modelling technique of GeniE to create FE models of complex curved shell structures. Emphasis is put on how to create and tune the FE mesh. Also learn how to extract analysis results for inclusion in a report. Target group Structural engineers involved in detailed design of fixed and floating offshore structures built up by plates/shells and stiffeners. The course is also relevant for engineers involved in FEED studies.

Prerequisite SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory, or equivalent. The participants should also be knowledgeable in the importance of FE mesh qualities.

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Sesam

Hydrostatic analysis of offshore floaters


Course code: SE-05 Duration: 1 day Description This course focuses on hydrostatic analysis and stability checking of floating structures based on relevant code check standards. The course is based on HydroD. Exercises in hydrostatic analysis of a barge, a ship and a semisubmersible are included. Learning objectives Learn how to create different loading conditions by filling compartments, perform hydrostatic analysis, assess key decision factors and perform stability code checks. Target group Naval architects involved in conceptual studies as well as detailed engineering of offshore floating structure.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants are familiar with hydrostatic analysis and key stability parameters. Since this course does not cover the creation of models used in hydrostatic analysis it is beneficial if the participants have attended either of the courses SE-03 Hull modelling for hydrodynamic analysis Introductory or SE-04 Concept based FE modelling of shell structures Advanced.

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Hydrodynamic analysis of offshore floaters frequency domain


Course code: SE-06 Duration: 2 days Description This course introduces the participants to the Sesam programs for wave load analysis of offshore floaters based on the frequency domain methodology. The course addresses hydrodynamic analysis, short and long term statistics as well as transfer of wave loads to structural analysis. HydroD is the main tool supported by Wadam, Postresp and Xtract. Learning objectives Learn how to perform global hydrodynamic response analysis, to transfer loads to structural analysis, to compute short and long term statistics and to animate results. The exercise is based on a semi-submersible. Target group Naval architects involved in conceptual studies as well as detailed engineering of any offshore floating structure.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants are familiar with hydrodynamic analysis plus have knowledge in HydroD as covered by the course SE-05 Hydrostatic analysis of offshore floaters. Since this course does not cover the creation of models used in hydrodynamic analysis it is beneficial if the participants have attended either of the courses SE-03 Hull modelling for hydrodynamic analysis Introductory and SE-04 Concept based FE modelling of shell structures Advanced.

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Hydrodynamic analysis of offshore floaters time domain


Course code: SE-07 Duration: 2 days Description This course introduces the participants to the Sesam programs for wave load analysis of offshore floaters based on time domain methodology. The course addresses equilibrium analysis, hydrodynamic analysis, short and long term statistics as well as load transfer of hydrodynamic results to structural analysis. Both linear and non-linear analysis is included. HydroD is the main tool supported by Wasim, Postresp and Xtract. The participants will also learn how to create panel models used by the Wasim program. Learning objectives Learn how to perform linear and non-linear global hydrodynamic response analysis, to transfer loads to structural analysis, to compute short and long term statistics and to animate results. The exercise is based on a semisubmersible. Target group Naval architects involved in conceptual studies as well as detailed engineering of any offshore floating structure.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants are familiar with hydrodynamic analysis plus have knowledge in HydroD as covered by the course SE-05 Hydrostatic analysis of offshore floaters. Since this course does not cover the creation of models used in hydrodynamic analysis it is beneficial if the participants have attended either of the courses SE-03 Hull modelling for hydrodynamic analysis Introductory or SE-04 Concept based FE modelling of shell structures Advanced.

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Topside design
Course code: SE-08 Duration: 1 day Description This course focuses on multiple (alternative) analyses, beam code checking and re-design of topside structures. Reporting of code checking results is also covered. The loads are assumed to be manually applied. The main tools are GeniE and Sestra. Learning objectives Learn how to do multiple analyses and to create different code checking models. The exercise is based on a topside module. Target group Structural engineers performing design engineering tasks of typically topsides and modules.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants have attended the course SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory or have similar experience.

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Jacket design
Course code: SE-09 Duration: 2 days Description This course focuses on analysis of jackets including the environment (hydrodynamic environment and pile-soil foundation). Concept modelling of the jacket and environment is done in GeniE, wave load analysis in Wajac, nonlinear pile-soil analysis in Splice, linear static analysis in Sestra and, finally, code checking of beams and tubular joints in GeniE. The course also covers re-design of members. Fatigue analysis in Framework is also briefly presented. Learning objectives Learn how to model jackets with tubular joints, compute wave loads, perform structure-pile-soil interaction analysis and code check the results. The exercise is based on a jacket structure including environment. Target group Structural engineers performing design engineering tasks of jackets and jack-ups.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants have attended SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory or have similar experience.

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Progressive collapse analysis


Course code: SE-10 Duration: 2 days Description This course covers ultimate strength and progressive collapse analysis of steel space frame structures using Usfos. Focus is put on plastic limit state analysis of jackets subjected to accidental loads (ship collision, dropped objects, fire and explosion) and extreme environmental loads (wave, wind and current). Learning objectives Learn how to import models created by GeniE into Usfos and add non-linear data necessary to perform progressive collapse analysis. The participant will also learn how to present and understand the results. The exercise is based on a jacket. Target group Structural engineers performing ultimate strength, accidental and life time extension analysis of jackets.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants have attended SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory and SE-09 Jacket design or have similar experience. The participants should also have basic knowledge in non-linear structural analysis.

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Wind induced fatigue


Course code: SE-11 Duration: 1 day Description This course covers gust wind and vortex shedding induced fatigue analysis of beam structures. The main tool is Framework. Structure modelling is done in GeniE and computation of static wind loads is done in Wajac. Learning objectives Learn how to create static wind loads in GeniE including Wajac and how to use these loads in a gust wind and vortex shedding induced fatigue analysis in Framework. The exercise is based on a flare tower. Target group Structural engineers performing wind fatigue analysis of topside structures.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants have attended SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory and preferably also SE-09 Jacket design or have similar experience.

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Installation analysis of jackets


Course code: SE-12 Duration: 2 days Description This course covers installation analysis of jacket structures. Focus is on launching and upending analysis based on Installjac. Preparation of the jacket model in GeniE, with respect to the installation analysis and subsequent structural analysis, is also addressed. Learning objectives Learn how to do launching and upending analysis and how to create loads for given time steps for use in a structural analysis. The exercise is based on a jacket launched from a barge. Target group Hydrodynamic and structural engineers assessing jacket installations.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants have attended SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory or have similar experience.

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Semi-submersible analysis
Course code: SE-13 Duration: 4 days Description This course focuses on design analysis of semi-submersibles. Modelling the structure for FE analysis and the panel model for hydrodynamic analysis is done in GeniE. The hydrodynamic environment modelling is done in HydroD and the hydrodynamic analysis in Wadam. Hydrodynamic loads are transferred to the FE model for structural analysis in Sestra. Hydrodynamic and structural results are presented in Xtract. Code checking beams is done in GeniE and stiffened plates in Platework. Sub-modelling using Submod and fatigue analysis of plates/shells in Stofat are also briefly discussed. Learning objectives The participants will learn to perform all basic steps of structural and hydrodynamic analysis of a semi-submersible and similar floating structures. Target group Hydrodynamic and structural engineers working with design of offshore floaters.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants have attended SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory. The participants must also be familiar with hydrodynamic analysis.

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FPSO rule check


Course code: SE-14 Duration: 2 days Description This course focuses on hull girder strength and local strength of plates and stiffeners according to DNV Offshore Standard OS-C-102 with focus on cross sectional analysis and fatigue. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to use Nauticus Hull to carry out cross sectional analysis and hull girder strength calculations for FPSOs. In addition to software training, the course will also provide you with basic understanding of the DNV Offshore Standard OS-C-102 and Recommended Practise RP-C102. Target group Hydrodynamic and structural engineers working with design of FPSO.

Prerequisite Basic knowledge in FPSO design.

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Sesam

FPSO hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis


Course code: SE-15 Duration: 3 days Description This course focuses on using HydroD for hydrostatic analysis and stability checking of an FPSO. Furthermore, hydrodynamic analysis in the frequency domain by use of HydroD including Wadam is covered. Calculation of short and long term statistics using Postresp is covered as well. Learning objectives The participants will learn how to perform hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis required for an FPSO. Target group Hydrodynamic and structural engineers working with design of FPSO.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants are familiar with hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis. Since this course does not cover the creation of models used in hydrostatic or hydrodynamic analysis it is beneficial if the participants have attended either of the courses SE-03 Hull modelling for hydrodynamic analysis Introductory or SE-04 Concept based FE modelling of shell structures Advanced.

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FPSO cargo hold analysis


Course code: SE-16 Duration: 3 days Description The course is an introduction to programs for modelling and FE analyses of FPSOs according to the DNV Offshore Standard OS-C102. Focus is put on extruding a cross section from section scantlings, 3D modelling and mesh control in GeniE, applying loads, corrosion additions and boundary conditions according to OS-C102 and RP-C102, running a Sestra analysis and post-processing using Xtract. The course will be a combination of lectures and hands-on training. The hands-on example consists of building and meshing a cargo hold model, analysing it and do stress level assessment. The cross section for the cargo hold model is extruded from a midship section modelled in Section Scantlings in the SE-14 FPSO rule check course. The course will also provide an introduction of the DNV Offshore Rules and their requirements to strength assessment analyses of the cargo hold area. Learning objectives After the course you should be able to create FPSO cargo hold models and execute FE analyses for strength and stress level assessment. Target group Structural engineers working with design of FPSO.

Prerequisite Basic understanding of ship structures and hull strength and use of FE analyses for strength calculations. Knowledge in Nauticus Hull as covered in SE-14 FPSO Rule Check. It is beneficial if the participant has attended SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE - Introductory.

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Advanced use of GeniE


Course code: SE-17 Duration: 2 days Description This is an advanced GeniE course focusing on how to I do many analyses including code check runs for each analysis I perform step analyses or incremental build analysis I create a GeniE model, include it in a superelement analysis and import the results back into the GeniE model for subsequent post-processing I create finite element models for parts of a GeniE model I work with different boundary conditions I work with dynamic sets I use the rigid support link for coupling between end of a beam to a shell/plate or many beams I use of the connection point management I use the script language to make own functions, parametric models or import data from other sources like e.g. Excel spreadsheets (typically offset tables) I create models based on data from other CAE systems or CAD data in form of XML or SAT I deal with model problems as identified by GeniEs own verification tool Learning objectives Learn how to be more efficient by utilizing the advanced functions of GeniE and its scripting language. Target group Structural engineers who want to learn more than the basic functionality of GeniE.

Prerequisite SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory and preferably SE-04 Concept based FE modelling of shell structures Advanced.

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Coupled motion analysis and riser design of offshore floating installations


Course code: SE-18 Duration: 3 days Description This 3 day course introduces the participants to the DeepC tool for carrying out both coupled floater motion analysis and analysis of individual lines in time domain. Modelling of the slender structure, set-up and execution of the analysis, as well as postprocessing the analysis results will be covered. Learning objectives The following topics will be covered: I Concept modelling of riser/mooring system and vessels I Environmental load modelling I Coupled analysis, set up and execution I The Seamless interaction with HydroD, Simo, Riflex I Static configuration of vessel/mooring system I Post processing of time series results I Fatigue analysis of lines I 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 its risers and moorings.

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 HydroD equivalent to SE-06 Hydrodynamic analysis of offshore floaters frequency domain.

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Riser analysis
Course code: SE-19 Duration: 2 days Description This 2 day course introduces the participants to the DeepC tool for carrying out riser analysis in time domain without the effects from a coupled analysis. Learning objectives Learn how to analyse marine risers. Following topics will be covered: I Concept modelling of risers I Environmental load modelling I Analysis of individual lines based on floater RAOs or time series from file I Use of Riflex through DeepC I Post processing of time series results I Fatigue analysis I LS code check of steel risers Target group Structural engineers involved in design or verification of marine risers.

Prerequisite No previous experience in use of Sesam is required. However, some basic knowledge in riser design and non-linear FE analysis is required. For extension to coupled analysis of riser systems, see course SE-18 Coupled motion analysis and riser design of offshore floating installations.

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Mooring lines analysis


Course code: SE-20 Duration: 2 days Description This 2 day course introduces the participants to the Mimosa tool for frequency domain analysis of mooring lines. Learning objectives Learn how to analyse mooring lines. Following topics will be covered: I Modelling of vessel data and mooring lines I Environmental load modelling I Static and dynamic motion response analysis I Transient motion analysis I Dynamic positioning with thrusters I Interaction with Sesam suite of programs (HydroD/Wadam) I Statistical postprocessing of results Target group Naval architects / Structural engineers involved in design of mooring lines.

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 HydroD equivalent to SE-06 Hydrodynamic analysis of offshore floaters frequency domain.

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Simulation of marine operations


Course code: SE-21 Duration: 2 days Description This 2 day course introduces the participants to the Simo tool for simulation of marine operations, e.g. floatover installation or deckmating. Learning objectives Learn how to simulate marine operations like e.g. floatover and lifting analysis. Following topics will be covered: I Flexible modelling of multibody systems I Environmental loading due to wind, waves and current I Non-linear time domain simulation I Passive and active control forces I Interaction with Sesam suite of programs (HydroD/Wadam) I Interactive or batch simulation, prepared for real time Target group Naval architects involved with analysis of marine operations.

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 HydroD equivalent to SE-06 Hydrodynamic analysis of offshore floaters frequency domain.

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Sub-modelling analysis combined with plate/shell fatigue analysis


Course code: SE-22 Duration: 2 days Description This course introduces the participants to the sub-modelling technique which allows a refined analysis of a detail of the whole structure. Displacements extracted from an analysis of the whole structure are subjected to the submodel boundaries together with local loads on the sub-model. Such local sub-model loads may be hydrodynamic loads. A sub-model analysis facilitates stochastic (spectral) fatigue analysis of a plate/shell detail. Learning objectives Learn how to create sub-models in GeniE and use Submod to perform a sub-modelling analysis. Also learn to use Stofat for stochastic fatigue analysis of plate/shell type structures. Target group Structural engineers involved in detailed design of fixed and floating offshore structures built up by plates/shells and with attention to fatigue problems.

Prerequisite SE-01 Concept based FE modelling and analysis using GeniE Introductory and SE-04 Concept based FE modelling of shell structures Advanced.. The participants should also have knowledge in the principles of stochastic (spectral) fatigue analysis.

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FPSO global strength and spectral fatigue analysis


Course code: SE-23 Duration: 4 days Description This course focuses on direct hydrodynamic and strength analysis methods, global structural analysis and spectral fatigue calculations. In the course you will learn to carry out global analysis with direct calculated loads using GeniE and HydroD. Ultimate strength, local analysis and stochastic fatigue calculations are covered with practical examples using Cutres, Xtract, Puls, Submod and Stofat. The course focuses on practical use of the software tools in the analysis workflow. Learning objectives The participants will learn how to perform all necessary steps of assessing the structural integrity of an FPSO. Target group Structural engineers working with design of FPSO.

Prerequisite It is required that the participants have attended SE-04 Concept based FE modelling and analysis of shell structures Advanced alternatively SE-15 FPSO hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analysis and SE-16 FPSO Cargo Hold Analysis or have similar knowledge in GeniE and HydroD.

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Phast introduction
Course code: SA-01 Duration: 2 days Description This course is an introduction to the concepts and models within Phast. It will cover all areas of consequence modelling within the software, including discharge, dispersion, pool formation and evaporation, fires, explosions and toxic effects. During the course, students will be required to practice and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand and be able to use the theoretical and practical aspects of Phast. They will be able to create a range of scenarios from scratch, modelling the effects of releases of hazardous material from initial discharge, through dispersion to final flammable and toxic effects. They will also be able to review and understand results and view these in tabular and graphical form and on maps in order to assess the effects of hazardous events and mitigate their consequences. Target group Those who need to carry out consequence modelling calculations in the process industries including regulators and legislators, insurance companies, engineering contractors and consultants, or those who need to understand the output of a consequence model built in Phast.

Prerequisite The course is suitable for new users and for those more experienced users who have not attended a formal training course or would like a refresher course. A basic understanding of hazard analysis and the concept of consequence modelling is required, as is some experience of the process industry.

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Phast Risk introduction


Course code: SA-02 Duration: 2 days Description This course is an introduction to the concepts and models within Phast Risk and it is a pre-requisite that attendees have already attended Phast Introduction training course. The course will cover all areas of risk modelling within the software including assessment of the impact of hazardous releases on the human population, taking account of probabilistic meteorological data (wind-roses), event frequencies, ignition probabilities, and location of population areas. During the course, delegates will be required to practice and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand and be able to use the theoretical and practical aspects of Phast Risk. Starting from the release case scenario models developed during the Introduction to Phast course, participants will use these to develop a simple QRA example. Participants will learn to use the extended functionality provided by Phast Risk, including population and ignition source definition on a map, and will also learn about the additional reporting capabilities provided in Phast Risk such as risk contours, F/N curves and risk ranking reports. Target group Those who need to carry out QRA calculations in the process industries including regulators and legislators, insurance companies, engineering contractors and consultants, or those who need to understand the output of a QRA model built in Phast Risk.

Prerequisite The course is suitable for new users and for those more experienced users who have not attended a formal training course or would like a refresher course. A basic understanding of the concept of consequence modelling and QRA is required, as is some experience of the process industry. Attendees must have attended SA-01 Phast Introduction.

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Phast advanced discharge modelling


Course code: SA-03 Duration: 1 day Description This course can be a module of the full 4 day Phast Advanced training or can be delivered standalone. This is a comprehensive course on the discharge models available within Phast. Topics covered include: I Instantaneous releases I Discharge from vessel/orifice and short pipes I Time-varying discharge
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Long pipelines Pool evaporation I Warehouse fires

For each model the course covers the input variables, selection of suitable parameter values, and interpretation of the various reports and graphs. During the course, students will be required to practise and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand the theoretical and practical aspects of the Phast discharge models. Participants will have a much more detailed knowledge of the discharge models available within Phast than those who have attended the Phast Introduction course only. They will have a much better understanding of the capabilities of the models, and their limitations, along with more detailed understanding of the controlling parameters. Target group People who need to carry out detailed consequence modelling calculations using Phast and need a good understanding of the theoretical basis of the discharge calculations available within the software.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for users who are already familiar with the software and have either attended SA-01 Phast Introduction or are experienced users of the software. A good understanding of the concepts of consequence and discharge modelling is required, as is some experience of using this technology in the process industry.

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(flashing) twophase discharge from pipe/vessel Vapour plume centre-line

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Distributed rainout; spreading evaporating liquid pool

Phast advanced dispersion and toxic modelling


Course code: SA-04 Duration: 1 day Description This course can be a module of the full 4 day Phast Advanced training or can be delivered standalone. This is a comprehensive course on the dispersion and toxic modelling available within Phast. Topics covered include: I The Unified Dispersion Model for outdoor releases I Finite-duration and time-dependent effects I Dispersion stages I In-Building release model I Ambient and terrain data I Building Wake Model for handling building I Dispersion model components (jets, heavy-gas, passive dispersion) wake effects I Thermodynamic model and rainout I Toxic effects models For each topic, the course provides an overview of the basis of the model, all the input variables, selection of suitable parameter values, and interpretation of the various reports and graphs. During the course, participants will be required to practise and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand the theoretical and practical aspects of the Phast dispersion modelling. Participants will have a much more detailed knowledge of the models available within Phast than those who have attended the Phast Introduction course only. They will have a much better understanding of the capabilities of the models, and their limitations, along with more detailed understanding of the controlling parameters. Target group People who need to carry out detailed consequence modelling calculations using Phast and need a good understanding of the theoretical basis of the dispersion calculations available within the software.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for users who are already familiar with the software and have either attended SA-01 Phast Introduction or are experienced users of the software. A good understanding of the concepts of consequence, discharge and dispersion modelling is required, as is some experience of using this technology in the process industry.

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Phast advanced flammable modelling


Course code: SA-05 Duration: 1 day Description This course can be a module of the full 4 day Phast Advanced training or can be delivered standalone. It is a comprehensive course covering all the flammable models available within Phast. Models which are covered include: I BLEVE Blast I TNT explosion I Jet fire I TNO Multi-energy explosion I Pool fire I Baker-Strehlow explosion For each topic, the course provides an overview of the basis of the model, all the input variables, selection of suitable parameter values, and interpretation of the various reports and graphs. During the course, participants will be required to practise and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand the theoretical and practical aspects of the Phast flammable and explosion models, how these can be used standalone, or linked with Phasts other modelling capabilities. Participants will have a much more detailed knowledge of the flammable models available within Phast than those who have attended the Phast Introduction course only. They will have a much better understanding of the capabilities of the models, and their limitations, along with more detailed understanding of the controlling parameters. Target group People who need to carry out detailed consequence modelling calculations using Phast and need a good understanding of the theoretical basis of the flammable and explosion modelling capabilities available within the software.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for users who are already familiar with the software and have either attended SA-01 Phast Introduction or are experienced users of the software. A good understanding of the concepts of consequence, dispersion and effects modelling is required, particularly for materials which have flammable properties, as is some experience of using this technology in the process industry.

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Phast advanced risk modelling


Course code: SA-06 Duration: 1 day Description This course can be a module of the full 4 day Phast Advanced training or can be delivered standalone. It is a comprehensive course on the risk calculations performed by Phast Risk. Topics covered in the training include: I Risk input I Risk output I Risk calculation theory I Route model I Event trees I Advanced use of run rows For each topic, the course provides an overview of the input variables, selection of suitable parameter values, understanding detailed description of the methodology used in Phast Risk, risk summarisation and interpretation of the various reports and graphs. During the course, participants will be required to practise and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand the theoretical and practical aspects of Phast Risk. They will have a much more detailed understanding of the risk calculations than those who have only attended the Phast Risk Introduction course. The capabilities and limitations of the risk modelling will be covered, including event trees, vulnerability modelling and how the risk grid is used, along with more detailed description of the controlling parameters. Target group People who need to carry out detailed QRA calculations in the process industries using Phast Risk and who need to have a good understanding of how Phast Risk can be used to help implement risk reduction and mitigation measures. Participants are likely to be from regulatory authorities, insurance industry, engineering contractors and consultants.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for users who are already familiar with the software and have either attended SA-02 Phast Risk introduction or are experienced users of the software. A good understanding of the concepts of QRA, consequence, dispersion and effects modelling is required, as is some experience of using this technology in the process industry.

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Phast advanced modelling


Course code: SA-03/06 Duration: 4 days Description This 4 day course comprises the individual Advanced Phast modules SA-03 through SA-06 which can be delivered as a single integrated 4 day training course. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand the theoretical and practical aspects of the full range of modelling capabilities available in Phast and Phast Risk. For each area of modelling covered, participants will learn about the capabilities and limitations of each model along with detailed description of the controlling parameters. The model groups are broadly categorised as discharge, dispersion, flammable effects and risk. Target group People who need to carry out detailed consequence or risk analysis in the process industries using Phast and Phast Risk and who need to have a good understanding of the complex modelling technology available within the software. Participants are likely to be from regulatory authorities, insurance industry, engineering contractors and consultants or higher education.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for users who are already familiar with the software and have either attended SA-02 Phast Risk introduction or are experienced users of the software. A good understanding of the concepts of QRA, consequence, dispersion and effects modelling is required, as is some experience of using this technology in the process industry.

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Phast Risk for quantitative risk assessment


Course code: SA-07 Duration: 3/5 days (See prerequisites) Description This course provides extensive guidance on how to use Phast Risk within the context of a Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA). All the key aspects of the QRA process using Phast Risk are covered in the course. Some of the topics included are: I Hazard Identification I Scoping QRA I Data collection I Failure case development
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Frequency estimation and analysis Building QRA model in Phast Risk I Mitigation and reporting I Cost-benefit analyses

In contrast to the standard Phast Risk training that comprehensively covers software functionality and theory, this course adopts a more practical approach to using Phast Risk to perform a QRA. During the course, participants will be required to practise and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops. The course is structured around building a basic simplified QRA model using Phast Risk Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand and be able to use the theoretical and practical aspects of Phast Risk to build a QRA model of a hazardous facility. Participants will learn how to identify hazards, divide these into logical isolatable sections, develop representative failure cases based on these using the methodical leak/rupture approach and acquire all the background data necessary to build a QRA in Phast Risk. Target group People who need to carry out QRA in the process industries using Phast and Phast Risk. Participants are likely to be from regulatory authorities, insurance industry, engineering contractors and consultants.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for users who are already familiar with the software and have either attended SA-02 Phast Risk introduction or are experienced users of the software. For those who have already attended SA-02 or are experienced users, the course can be delivered over 3 days. For less experienced participants who need to be simultaneously trained in the software, the course can be delivered over 5 days. A good understanding of the concepts of QRA, consequence, dispersion and effects modelling is required, as is some experience of using this technology in the process industry.

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Leak
Course code: SA-08 Duration: 0.5 days Description This course provides an introduction to the concepts and models within Leak, DNVs leak frequency database application based on the UK HSE Hydrocarbon release database. All the key aspects of setting up a frequency analysis project in Leak are covered in the course. Some of the topics included are: I Selecting the calculation basis (hole size or release rate) I Adding equipment items I Determining base elements I Defining I Defining Output categories During the course, students will be required to practise and apply their new knowledge of the software through a handson workshop. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand and be able to use the theoretical and practical aspects of Leak. Participants will learn how to assess leak frequencies for process plants using the data and analysis tools with Leak. Target group People who need to calculate leak frequencies for releases of hazardous material on process plants. Participants are likely to be from regulatory authorities, insurance industry, engineering contractors and consultants.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for new users and for those more experienced users who have not attended a formal training course or would like a refresher course. An understanding of the concepts of QRA and frequency analysis is required as is some experience of using this technology in the process industry.

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Orbit Onshore for risk based inspection


Course code: SA-09 Duration: 5 days Description This course is a comprehensive course on Orbit Onshore and its application within Risk Based Inspection (RBI). The course will teach users the Risk Based Inspection (RBI) methodology within Orbit Onshore and the details of the likelihood and consequence modules. It will teach users the practical aspects of Orbit Onshore in executing an RBI analysis including data input, calculations, interpretation of results and formulation of a final inspection plan. During the course, participants will be required to practise and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to use Orbit Onshore in the execution of a risk-based inspection for an onshore plant and understand the underlying theoretical basis behind the software. Target group This course is suitable for inspection planners, inspection engineers, inspectors, engineering contractors and consultants.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for new users and for those more experienced users who have not attended a formal training course or would like a refresher course.

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Neptune introduction
Course code: SA-10 Duration: 4 days (Please note this is only available as part of a broader package of software and services please contact your Regional Sales Manager for more information) Description This course is an introduction to the concepts and models within Neptune. The course will teach users how to link models and setup the dataflow. It will cover the basics of risk modelling within the software including consequences of a release, event trees and leak frequencies as well as some offshore specific topics. It will also cover the use of MS -Excel as a model and how to structure projects through use of loops and substudies. During the course, students will be required to practise and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand and be able to use the theoretical and practical aspects of Neptune. It will enable them to construct simple projects in Neptune and also to collaborate on more complex ones - it will not however make them a Neptune expert. Target group This course is suitable for those who need to carry out risk analysis calculations in the offshore process industries: regulatory authorities, insurance industry, engineering contractors and consultants.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for new users and for those more experienced users who have not attended a formal training course or would like a refresher course. Please note, this is only available as part of a broader package of software and services. Participants should preferably have some basic knowledge of Offshore QRA concepts before attending.

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Phast multi component modelling extension


Course code: SA-11 Duration: 1 day Description The multi component extension allows users to simulate the release of mixtures more accurately within a range of the consequence simulation models in Phast. The training course covers the capabilities and limitations of the enhanced multi-component (MC) methodology. In this course, the multi component functionality is demonstrated and understanding of this methodology is enhanced by worked hand calculations. The training also highlights the applications ability to perform point property calculations and flash calculations. It also introduces methods of manual workarounds to complex modelling problems not covered by the standard functionality. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand and be able to use the multi component release modelling in such a way that it can be used appropriately and efficiently within hazard analysis investigations and QRA studies. They will be able to create a range of multi-component mixtures and use these to generate scenarios using the MC Vessel model. Target group Experienced risk analysts with previous experience using Phast or Phast Risk who need to carry out simulation of the accidental release of toxic and/or flammable multi component mixtures to the atmosphere. The training does not cover Phast and Phast Risk usage and assumes delegates are already familiar with the software.

Prerequisite The course is suitable for users who are already familiar with Phast and have previously attended SA-01 Phast introduction training. SA-03 Phast advanced discharge modelling and SA-04 Phast advanced dispersion and toxic modelling would also be of benefit but are not mandatory.

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Phast Risk congested explosion modelling extension


Course code: SA-12 Duration: 1 day Description Phast Risk 6.6 contains a new extension for modelling the risks from explosions. This new approach to explosion modelling takes account of the effects of congestion and confinement when calculating overpressure and impulse results. The new modelling allows the user to select either the Multi Energy or Baker Strehlow Tang explosion methodologies. This course describes how to use the extensive new functionality, including defining obstructed regions, buildings and associated vulnerability characteristics for a range of effect types and creating additional vulnerability sets for use when assessing exceedance criteria. The training goes on to describe the extensive results assessment capabilities of the much extended risk reporting functionality available in Phast Risk 6.6. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will understand and be able to use the extended congested explosion modelling available in the Phast Risk 6.6. This course focuses on the features available in the software and explains how to use these to build a model of your plant which includes congestion and confinement information as well as building specific vulnerability characteristics. Target group Experienced risk analysts with previous experience using Phast Risk who need to carry out detailed risk modelling calculations involving explosions. The training does not cover Phast and Phast Risk usage and assumes delegates are already familiar with the software.

Prerequisite The course is suitable for users who are already familiar with Phast Risk and have previously attended SA-01 Phast introduction training and SA-02 Phast Risk introduction training. SA-06 Phast advanced risk modelling and SA-13 Phast advanced explosion modelling would also be of benefit but is not mandatory.

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Phast Risk advanced explosion modelling


Course code: SA-13 Duration: 1 day Description Phast Risk 6.6 contains an extension for modelling the risks from explosions. This approach takes account of the effects of congestion and confinement when calculating overpressure and impulse results and allows selection of either the Multi Energy or Baker Strehlow Tang explosion methodologies. This course, which complements SA-12 Phast Risk congested explosion modelling extension, goes into more technical details about the explosion and vulnerability modelling available in the Phast Risk explosion extension. It describes the theory behind the Multi Energy and Baker Strehlow Tang models as implemented in Phast Risk and provides background information on some of the guidance in the literature on how these should be used in practice. These include the GAME, GAMES and RIGOS projects and the Yellow and Purple Book guidance documents. This training also provides hands-on guidance on best practice approaches to breaking up real plant geometries into obstructed regions based on the literature. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will have a good understanding of the theoretical basis of the congested explosion modelling and vulnerability modelling features available in the Phast Risk explosion modelling extension. This course focuses on the theoretical basis of the modelling in the software, not software usage per-se, both in terms of the calculation of effects from explosions and the impact of different vulnerability characteristics on overall risks to people. Target group Experienced risk analysts with previous experience using Phast Risk who need to carry out detailed risk modelling calculations involving explosions and need a good understanding of the theoretical basis of the explosion modelling capabilities. The training does not cover Phast and Phast Risk usage and assumes delegates are already familiar with the software, including the functionality provided by the explosion risk extension.

Prerequisite The course is suitable for users who are already familiar with Phast Risk and have previously attended SA-01 Phast introduction training and SA-02 Phast Risk introduction training. SA-06 Phast advanced risk modelling and SA-12 Phast Risk congested explosion modelling would also be of benefit but are not mandatory.

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Building a QRA using Phast Risk


Course code: SA-14 Duration: typically 5 days (Please note this is a custom course tailored to specific customer needs contact your Regional Sales Manager for more information as cost will depend on level of customisation required) Description For those without QRA experience, taking the concepts covered in other modules (such as SA-07, Phast Risk QRA) and building a QRA from scratch for a processing unit (or even an entire plant) using Phast Risk can be daunting. In this customised course we can work with you on a typical facility, or part of a facility, explaining how you would begin to build a QRA in Phast Risk. We can take you through the entire QRA process, typically for a small idealised unit of your facility, helping you to scope the QRA, provide advice on how to collect the necessary data, break the unit into a number of failure cases and build a QRA model in Phast Risk. Based on the simple QRA model developed, we can then take you through the analysis of results including assessment against acceptance criteria and measures for mitigating risks. Learning objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will have been through the entire process of developing a simple Phast Risk QRA model with direct relevance to their specific needs by working directly with a DNV Software expert. Participants will learn how to identify hazards, divide these into logical isolatable sections, develop representative failure cases based on these and have a better understanding of how and where to acquire all the background data necessary to build a QRA in Phast Risk. Target group People who have been trained in the use of Phast Risk but require further assistance in using it to build their own QRA models specific to their individual needs.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for those who are already familiar with the software and have either attended the SA-02 Phast Risk introduction training or have some experience of using the software.

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Maros
Course code: SA-15 Duration: 2 days Description This course provide extensive guidance on how to use Maros to perform a range of analyses from a basic Reliability Availability and Maintainability (RAM) study to a more comprehensive plant-wide lifecycle performance forecasting analysis. All the key aspects of typical upstream asset evaluation and optimization studies are covered in the course. Some of the topics included are: Introduction to reliability and RAM analysis Construction of a virtual network model representing the facilities Add reliability data, operational logic (e.g. flaring operations), maintenance strategy, etc. depending on scope to build an integrated model that can simulate closely the asset of interest Lifecycle prediction of asset performance through key indicators Sensitivity analysis to assess merits of what-if scenarios such as alternative design configuration, operational strategy, etc. Learning objectives The aim of this course is to explain the dynamic simulation concept adopted in Maros and to review the main software features & functionality. During the course, participants will be required to practise and apply their newly acquired knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on tutorials. Upon completion of this course participants should be able to scope, prepare for, run a performance forecasting analysis and produce typical outputs. The trainees will have a working knowledge of the software as well as a good appreciation of tools capabilities and spectrum of applications Maros can be applied to. Target group Those who need to carry out or understand the output of RAM analysis and Asset Evaluation & Optimization Studies in the Upstream sector of the oil and gas industry.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for new users who should preferably have basic understanding of Reliability Availability and Maintainability (RAM) analysis applied to the process industry. The course is also suitable for more experienced users who have not attended a formal training course or would like a refresher course. For the less experienced participants or for those who would like more hands on practice with the software the course can be delivered over 3 days.

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Taro Refinery
Course code: SA-16 Duration: 2 days Description This course provide extensive guidance on how to use Taro to perform a range of analysis from a basic Reliability Availability and Maintainability (RAM) analysis to a more comprehensive plant-wide lifecycle performance forecasting analysis. All the key aspects of a typical downstream asset evaluation and optimization studies are covered in the course. Some of the topics included are: Overview of Taro modelling approach and basic concept Add reliability data, operational logic (e.g. tank level management), oil supply profile, any logistics and transport definition if taken into account, etc. to build an integrated model that can simulate closely the assets of interest Interpretation of results produced Sensitivity analysis to assess merits of what-if scenarios such as alternative design configuration, operational strategy, etc. Learning objectives The aim of this course is to review the main features and functionality available in Taro. During the course, participants will be required to practise and apply their new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on tutorials. Upon completion of this course participants should be able to scope, prepare for, run a performance forecasting analysis and produce typical outputs. Target group People who need to carry out RAM analysis, Asset Evaluation & Optimization Studies in the downstream or midstream sectors of the oil and gas industry (e.g. a Refinery), petrochemical and chemical industries.

Prerequisite This course is suitable for new users who should preferably have basic understanding of Reliability Availability and Maintainability (RAM) analysis applied to the process industry. The course is also suitable for more experienced users who have not attended a formal training course or would like a refresher course. For the less experienced participants or for those who would like more hands on practice with the software the course can be delivered over 3 days.

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Head ofce: Oslo DNV Software NO-1322 Hvik Norway Tel: +47 67 57 76 50 Fax: +47 67 57 72 72

e-mail: dnv.software@dnv.com web: www.dnvsoftware.com

DNV Software regional ofces: Beijing DNV (Det Norske Veritas) DNV Software Room B2107, Hanwei Plaza, No.7 Guanghua Road Chaoyang District Beijing 100004 China Tel: +86 10 6561 7076 Fax: +86 10 6561 8706 Houston DNV (Det Norske Veritas) DNV Software 1400 Ravello Drive Katy Houston, Texas 77449 USA Tel: +1 (281) 396 1700 Fax: +1 (281) 396 1880

Kaohsiung DNV (Det Norske Veritas) DNV Software 5F, No 1, Fusing 4th Road Cianjhen District Kaoshiung 806 Taiwan Tel: +886 7 536 7759 Fax: +886 7 536 7769

Pusan DNV (Det Norske Veritas) DNV Software Nampusan P.O. Box 120 Pusan 613-011 Republic of Korea Tel: +82 51 610 7700 Fax: +82 51 611 7172 Rio de Janeiro DNV (Det Norske Veritas) DNV Software Rua Sete de Setembro 111/12 Floor

Singapore DNV (Det Norske Veritas) DNV Software 10 Science Park Drive Singapore 118224 Singapore Tel: +65 6887 6020 Fax: +65 6887 6096

DNV Software is the commercial software house of DNV serving more than 3,000 customers in the maritime, offshore, and process industries. DNV Software is a market leader in software development of design, strength assessment, risk, and information management.

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Hyderabad DNV (Det Norske Veritas) DNV Software Vatika Business Centre 3rd oor, NSL_Icon, Above Reliance Digital Store, Plot no 1-4, Road no 12 Banjara Hills Hyderabad 500034 India Tel: +91 40 4431 1111 Ext. 1345 Fax: +91 40 4431 1100

London DNV (Det Norske Veritas) DNV Software Palace House 3 Cathedral Street London SE19DE United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 20 7716 6525 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7716 6738

Shanghai DNV (Det Norske Veritas) DNV Software House No. 9 No. 1591 Hong Qiao Road Shanghai 200336 China Tel: +86 21 3208 4518 Fax: +86 21 6278 8090

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