Motion assessment of service vessels at offshore wind farms

Using MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis and Frequency Response Calculator

An instructor-led online course

Learn how MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis (MA) and Frequency Response Calculator can help you perform highly precise vessel motion assessments for safe and efficient operations at sea.

Course Details


This instructor-led online course includes a 1-hour introductory session and two 2-hour modules. The training starts 9 February and continues 16 and 23 February 2022 from 07:00-09:00 (UTC).

Topics: Course materials and learning methodology, homework requirements, deadlines, software installation, introduction to Zoom meeting software.

Topics: Vessels, vessel data, environmental conditions, ship operations, overview of the MIKE 21 MA software package, mechanical replacement systems based on standard mooring equipment, homework

Topics: Vessel response analysis, motion analysis in time domain, result production and visualisation, discussion and interpretation


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Stefan Leschka

Stefan is a Coastal Engineer with 10+ years of experience with projects related to ports, involving 2D and 3D modelling of fluid-structure interaction and floating objects. He 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 MA: Smart software for the safest ports

Accurately assess the dynamic effects of wind, currents and the local wave climate on moored vessels and other floating structures, in any environment

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Interested in other training opportunities? Check out the related course, ‘Scour around marine structures: How to deal with scour challenges in offshore wind farms’