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MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis (MA) – Maximise berth utilisation and safety, minimise costly downtime
A main objective of port operations is the maximisation of berth utilisation while maintaining the safety of personnel, terminals, and ships. When ship motions exceed certain criteria, safe working and mooring limits are jeopardised. To prevent dangerous conditions in the vicinity of moored vessels and minimise costly downtime, accurate description of vessel response to realistic harsh environmental loads is necessary.

MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis (MA) offers a cost-effective method for numerically simulating complex and site-specific wave processes and environmental loads on moored vessels and calculating their respective motion and loads exerted on the mooring infrastructure.

Join this webinar for a brief overview of mooring principles and the benefits of using the dynamic mooring analysis (DMA) software MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis (MA). You will be introduced to different types of vessels relevant to professional DMA projects, the fundamentals of mooring systems and recommended ship motion criteria for safe working and mooring conditions.

By the end of the webinar, you will better understand how MIKE 21 MA can help you:

- Improve your DMA efficiency by simulating realistic site-specific loads on moored vessels
- Optimise mooring configurations by rapidly testing several mooring options under a wide range of environmental conditions
- Evaluate equipment design under realistic conditions
- Easily visualise and present vessel motions and mooring system performance through the creation of powerful 3D animations
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Dr. Hisham Elsafti
Senior Consultant @DHI
Hisham Elsafti is a Coastal Engineer with more than 10 years of experience in port and marine civil engineering projects. He has wide experience in numerical modelling of fluid-structure and fluid-structure-seabed interaction modelling. In 2016, Elsafti was awarded the De Paepe-Willems Award from PIANC and the sponsorship award of the German Coastal Protection Foundation for his PhD dissertation.
Sam Dickson
Senior Coastal Engineer @DHI
Sam is a Coastal Engineer with over six years’ experience working on a wide range of mooring analysis, hydrodynamic modelling and surface water projects. He has worked extensively on complex mooring analysis problems including multi-vessel modelling, transhipment loading operations, tug force operability assessments, Trelleborg AutoMoor and Cavitec MoorMaster applications and passing vessel studies. His knowledge in the vessel mooring space is complimented by a background in hydrodynamic modelling with projects completed ranging from detailed single port modelling through to large scale simulation of the entire Australian coastline.