Dynamic analysis of moored vessels

Using MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis (MA)

An instructor-led online course | October 2022

Learn about the fundamentals of mooring analysis including an introduction to setting up a moored ship in a port subject to environmental forces such as waves, currents, and wind. 

Course details

Modules

This online course is divided into three 3-hour training sessions hosted Wednesdays from 08:00-11:00 UTC. Module 1 also includes a 1-hour introductory session.

Wednesday 5 October 2022
Module 1 | Introduction to
course structure and methodology and vessel types and mooring equipment
Topics: Course materials and learning methodology, homework requirements, deadlines and introduction to Zoom meeting software. Vessels, vessel data and mooring equipment. An introduction to the MIKE 21 Maritime module.

Wednesday 12 October 2022
Module 2 | MIKE 21 Maritime module
Topics: Vessel response analysis with MIKE 21 Frequency Response Calculator (FRC) and mooring analysis with MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis (MA).

Wednesday 19 October 2022
Module 3 | Result discussion and presentation

Topics: Model parameter sensitivity, post-processing, result visualization and interpretation

Instructors

Hisham Elsafti is a Coastal Engineer with more than 10 years of experience in port and marine civil engineering projects. He has wide experience in numerical modelling of fluid-structure and fluid-structure-seabed interaction modelling. In 2016, Elsafti was awarded the De Paepe-Willems Award from PIANC and the sponsorship award of the German Coastal Protection Foundation for his PhD dissertation.

Ph.D., Coastal Engineering, TU Braunschweig
M.Sc., Harbor Engineering and Marine Structures, Alexandria University

Sam is a Coastal Engineer with over six years’ experience working on a wide range of mooring analysis, hydrodynamic modelling and surface water projects. He has worked extensively on complex mooring analysis problems including multi-vessel modelling, transhipment loading operations, tug force operability assessments, Trelleborg AutoMoor and Cavitec MoorMaster applications and passing vessel studies. His knowledge in the vessel mooring space is complimented by a background in hydrodynamic modelling with projects completed ranging from detailed single port modelling through to large scale simulation of the entire Australian coastline.

M.Eng., Environmental Engineering, University of Western Australia
B.Sc., Engineering Science, University of Western Australia

Pricing tiers

Regular Registration

675 excl. VAT
  • Full access to all MIKE 21/3 modules during course
  • 60-day training license
  • 10% discount on a MIKE 21 MA perpetual license or annual subscription package when purchased by 29 May 2023
  • Training certificate upon completion

Discounted Registration*

607
50
excl. VAT
  • Full access to MIKE 21/3 modules during course
  • 60-day training license
  • 10% discount on a MIKE 21 MA perpetual license or annual subscription package when purchased by 29 May 2023​
  • Training certificate upon completion

Student Registration*

200 excl. VAT
  • Full access to MIKE 21/3 modules during course
  • 60-day training license
  • 10% discount on a MIKE 21 MA perpetual license or annual subscription package when purchased by 29 May 2023​
  • Training certificate upon completion

*Customers with an active SMA or subscription

Discover MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis

A user-friendly interface

Extremely fast simulations

High-precision hydrodynamic analysis

A comprehensive vessel hulls catalogue

Supporting smart mooring systems

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