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Introduction to ANSYS Aqwa

Overview

The course will cover the general use of features within the Aqwa software, through both the Workbench interface and direct use of the solver. A mixture of lectures and workshops will provide instruction on model set-up, diffraction analysis, static and dynamic motions analyses for a series of typical marine and offshore configurations.

Prerequisites

  • No previous knowledge of ANSYS Aqwa is required.
  • Some knowledge of naval architecture or offshore engineering is desirable.

Target Audience: Engineers and Designers

Teaching Method: Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge. A training certificate is provided to all attendees who complete the course.

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Agenda :

  • This is a 3 day classroom course covering both lectures and workshops. For virtual training, this course is covered over 5 x 2 hour sessions, lectures only.
  • Live Classroom Day 1
    • Workshop: Ship Hydrodynamic Diffraction
    • Aqwa Basics - Hydrodynamic Response
    • Workshop: Ship Hydrodynamic Response
    • Articulations
    • Workshop: Aqwa Articulation – FPSO and Turret
  • Live Classroom Day 2
    • Fixed Structures and Multi-Body Interaction
    • Workshop: Ship and Pier Hydrodynamic Interaction
    • Slender Body Modelling and Drag Linearization
    • Workshop: Truss Spar including Drag Linearization
  • Live Classroom Day 3
    • ANSYS Aqwa / Mechanical Load Mapping for a Transport Barge
    • Workshop: Load Mapping for a CNG Transport Barge
    • ANSYS Aqwa-Line
    • Workshop: Use Lines Plan
    • Workshop: Use Model Created by Workbench
    • ANSYS Aqwa-Librium
    • Workshop: Truss Spar Static Mooring
    • ANSYS Aqwa-Fer
    • Workshop: Truss Spar Statistical Analysis
    • ANSYS Aqwa-Drift and ANSYS Aqwa-Naut
    • Workshop: Truss Spar Slow Drift Time Domain Analysis
    • Workshop: Truss Spar Extreme Event Time Domain Analysis
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