Customer feedback has led to updates in Sesam for the engineering of fixed and floating assets for the offshore wind, oil and gas and maritime industries. In this webinar, you will understand how to leverage the latest releases to gain efficiency and solve new challenges, for example:
Offshore wind industry
Time-domain analysis is becoming more common for the design of wind turbine foundations. Many of the new Sesam features address more efficient and seamless time-domain ULS, FLS and seismic analysis. We present how you can do this.
Oil and gas industry
The industry is becoming more oriented towards operation and life extension. As a result, we implemented new functionalities for more advanced analysis to prove residual strength through, for example, fatigue or pushover analysis. This webinar also show how you can make models for tubular joint shell fatigue analysis and non-linear analysis.
Offshore structural engineering, marine engineering, naval architecture
Common for all industries is the need for cloud collaboration. We highlight the latest features in Sesam Insight, focusing on an asset's design and operational phases.
- Cloud collaboration on Sesam model data and results
- New enhancements for fixed structures
- New enhancements floating structures
- New enhancements for offshore wind turbine foundations
- A preview of upcoming releases
- How to use the new Sesam Portal
The webinar recording is relevant for:
Structural and offshore engineers, naval architects, group leaders, engineering managers, and technical authorities who are currently using Sesam or considering switching to Sesam for future projects.
Why watch this webinar recording?
If you are currently using Sesam, this webinar will help you get the most out of your license. If you are working with other software, this will shed light on an alternative solution to help you gain efficiency and reduce costs.
Ole Jan Nekstad, Product Director, Sesam Ole Jan Nekstad took his M.Sc. in offshore engineering from NTH (now NTNU), Trondheim, Norway in 1981. He has since then worked for DNV and has done numerous FE analyses of ships, semi-submersibles, GBS and jackets. He joined the software part of DNV in 1989 and has since 1994 been looking after Sesam.