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The design of offshore and maritime structures includes extremely detailed models to do local stress analysis and fatigue analysis. Traditional geometry modelling is not ideal when frequent and large model changes are required in real work.
The concept modelling technique in DNV GL’s Sesam software overcomes this limitation and together with its powerful meshing capabilities makes it easier to handle changes without the need to re-model more than the change itself.
How to save significant time in your design and engineering project without comprise in quality?
In this webinar, we will show you:
– How to make a surface model (including stiffeners) using a floating vessel and a jacket tubular joint as example cases
– How to re-use data from other finite element or CAD systems where such are imported and converted to a concept model
– How to make an initial coarse finite element mesh and how it will adapt to model changes
– How you can manually edit the mesh for the purpose to get better mesh or local mesh details for fatigue analyses
Date and time: March 24 2015
4:00pm Beijing / Singapore time
5:00pm Korea / Japan time
9:00pm Central European time
4:00pm Central European time
9:00pm Houston time
This webinar is complimentary. The webinar content will be presented twice to accommodate participants from different time zones.
To share any feedback or questions, please contact DNV GL.
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