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Here's what they had to say:
"I gained an increased awareness of offshore issues that may arise. The general discussions and the opportunity to meet and connect with other offshore engineers were benefits that I hadn’t even anticipated. The course notes were excellent."
"I gained valuable insights into semi-submersible design principles and considerations as well as probability and reliability engineering"
"Networking with colleagues from across the industry was an additional benefit I had not anticipated."
Structural Concept: Design Considerations; Operation, Fabrication and Installation; Function and Safety; Economic and Time Constraints
Environmental Loads and Motions: Environmental Conditions; Wave Drift Forces and Movements; Wind and Current Loads, Buoyancy and Stability: Current Codes; Intact and Damage Stability; Recent Code Developments
Structural Response I: Standards and guidelines; Stiffened plated structure, Structural Response II: Standards and guidelines; stiffened shells, Reliability and Safety Engineering: Structural Reliability Analysis;
Catenary Mooring System: Concepts and Equipment; Design and Operational Requirements; Mooring Forces, Tension-leg Mooring System: Concepts, Components and Equipment; Design and Operational Requirements; Sea Load and Seismic Effects
Tanker Based FPSOs I, Tanker Based FPSOs II; Semi-submersibles Design I: Operational Requirements; Design Parameters; Sizing, Stability Requirements; Semi-submersibles Design II: Seakeeping Motions; Wind, Current and Wave Forces; Station Keeping, Mooring and DP Systems
Engineers, managers and scientists involved in design, assessment and management of a wide range of renewable energy industrial facilities. Personnel from oil companies, major facilities operating companies will benefit from attending this course.
Professionals: £750 (pounds sterling) + VAT (only for UK)
Date: 21-23 August 2017
St Georges Building
5 St Vincent Place
Glasgow, G1 2DH