MOSES CONNECT Edition V11 Update 3
– A technology preview of a new feature that allows MOSES objects to be defined in MOSES Hull Modeler. MOSES bodies, parts, pieces, classes, and beam and plate elements can now be created graphically and saved directly to the MOSES *.dat format.
– A technology preview of MOSES projects, a convenient way to group multiple command input, data, macro and results files in one location, the *.moses project file.
– Changes to the definition of compressors and pumps, and improvements to the reporting of compartment hole flows.
MOSES helps you solve complex offshore engineering problems and produce accurate high-quality models and platform designs for future reuse. Choose the version that aligns with your project needs:
MOSES: Satisfy general transportation requirements with capabilities for stability assessment and motions analysis in the frequency domain.
MOSES Advanced: Mitigate risks for marine operations by extending MOSES with capabilities for lifting, floatover, and global performance analyses. Apply either strip theory or radiation-diffraction panel methods for calculation of response in the frequency domain, as well as time domain predictions of non-linear vessel motions.
MOSES Enterprise: Save time by evaluating installation and global performance requirements in a unified offshore-specific system. Expand MOSES Advanced with a complete range of functions from hull modeling and stability calculation, to prediction of motions, mooring and riser analysis, pipelay, and jacket launch.
This video highlights some of the new features which have been added to MOSES Hull Modeler 11.03. These features facilitate the modeling of offshore floating foundation structures using simple trimesh primitive shapes. The interactive UI is demonstrated as well as an example of how automatic parametric modeling of these types of structures can be scripted via the Hull Modeler COM automation interface.