Dynamic Analysis of Moored Vessels

Using MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis (MA)

Learn the fundamentals of mooring analysis

This new online course teaches the fundamentals of mooring analysis by providing an introduction on how to set up a moored ship in a port subject to environmental forces such as waves, currents, and wind. 

Affordable and convenient high quality technical training!

Are you a professional in the field of port and maritime/marine engineering? Do you have a basic knowledge of ships, ports, and moorings and experience using numerical modelling software such as MIKE or similar?

Are you prepared to allocate a minimum of two hours of self-study each week as well as commit to five 2-hour online sessions?

If yes, you can benefit from this instructor-facilitated, online course. You’ll learn the background of mooring analysis such as vessel types and data, mooring equipment, and guidelines, perform dynamic mooring analysis with MIKE 21 MA through hands-on exercises where you will input data assessment and calculations, and evaluate your results by interpretation, demonstration, and visualization.

DHI has added extra course materials offering you the opportunity to invest an extra 1-2 hours of self-study per session to master the software.

Course details and important dates

This online course is divided into four sessions starting on
Wednesday 20 January (Practical information on the course) and continues on 27 January, 3 February, 10 February 2021 from 08:00-10:00 UTC. 

Registration Deadlines
Early bird: 22 December 2020 –  €500 (excl. VAT)
Standard: 13 January  2021 – €600 (excl. VAT)

20 January, Wednesday
Introduction to coursestructure and methodology
Topics: Course materials and learning methodology, homework requirements, deadlines, introduction to Zoom meeting software

27 January, Wednesday
Module One: Vessel types and mooring equipment
Vessels, vessel data, mooring equipment, environmental conditions, ship operations and guidelines, overview of the software package MIKE 21 MA

3 February, Wednesday
Module Two: MIKE 21 MA

Vessel response analysis, mooring analysis, result production, discussion and interpretation

10 February, Wednesday
Module Three: Result discussion and presentation

Model parameter variations and its impact, result visualization and animation

1 online session on practical information + 3 online training sessions

= 4 online sessions

3 instructor-led online modules & 1 one-hour course introduction

500* excl. VAT
  • *Price will revert to €600 after 22 December 2020
  • Includes a 30-day Internet evaluation license for all MIKE 21/3 modules, 10% discount on perpetual license or annual subscription packages including MIKE 21 MA, and training certificate

Your trainer

Stefan Leschka

Stefan is a Coastal Engineer with more than 10 years of experience responsible for projects related to ports, involving 2D and 3D modelling of fluid-structure interaction and floating objects. Stefan is based in DHI’s office in Bremen/Germany and is a product expert for MIKE maritime modules.

Dipl.-Ing, Civil Engineering, TU Braunschweig, Germany; MSc., Computational Sciences in Engineering, TU Braunschweig, Germany

MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis

A user-friendly interface

It is a breeze to simulate single moored vessels or multi-body interactions with the intuitive user interface.

Extremely fast simulations

The mooring analysis solver of our model allows for rapid run times while offering extremely accurate results.

High-precision hydrodynamic analysis

You can incorporate the shape of the vessel and wave and flow fields that surround the entire vessel. Users can also input time-series and metocean data.

A comprehensive vessel hulls catalogue

Comes with a vessel hulls catalogue that includes common ships, which users can choose to scale accordingly.

Supporting smart mooring systems

Allowing you to simulate automatic mooring systems such as Trelleborg's rope-free AutoMoor system.

Visit the product page to learn more about the advanced capabilities of MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis

Save your seat today!

Wednesday 20 January, 27 January, 3 February, 10 February 2021 from 08:00-10:00 UTC.