Maritime

DNV Seminar on DP Capability Standard ST-0111

DynCap

Gain knowledge on our standard, DNVST-0111 Assessment of station keeping capability of dynamic positioning vessels, and how the standard is used.

Seminar Objective
During this seminar you will gain insight and knowledge about our standard, ST-0111 - Assessment of Station Keeping Capability of Dynamic Positioning Vessels, and how the standard is used. You will learn about our DP Capability web-app tools and how you can use it to calculate your vessels DP capability.

An array of topics including understanding charter requirements, experience from dynamic DP Capability studies on drilling, shuttle tankers, SOV vessels and more will be discussed.

Focus Points

  • Understanding the requirements of the standard and how to apply different methods (including DNV Class requirements)
  • Understanding the methodologies in the standard
  • Getting results with the web-app
  • Compare the standard with other available methods
  • Discussion on future development (both web-app and standard)
  • Feedback and discussion with seminar participants

Content

  • The principles behind the standard and the methodology provided for calculating. Description of the vessel DP capability calculations from the three different levels: DP Capability Level 1, 2 and 3 (and site versions)
  • Difference between the new standard and other available standards and specifications (ERN*, IMCA M140, API 2SK)
  • Feedback from industry and experience from practical use on different sectors: Offshore wind,  drilling, shuttle tankers.
  • Presentation of the DP Capability Level 1 and Level 2 (and 2-site) web-app
• From “how to start” to “getting results and reports” in the free web-app version. Examples with real vessels will be provided. Different power configurations will be also evaluated (with and without batterie, open/closed bus-tie, etc)
• Examples of a calculations of Level 2 and Level 2-site including how to obtain IMCA M140 DP Capability plots
• Tips and tricks
• On-going and future development
  • Demonstration of the Level 3-Site web-app

Who should attend?
The attendance of this seminar is free. This topic and the focus of the seminar is relevant for designers, yards, vessel owners, energy companies, consultants, and regulatory bodies, and individuals interested in new and developing DP technologies.

SEMINAR DETAILS
WHEN: December 7, 2022
TIME: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm (8:30 am Arrival & Registration) - Includes light Breakfast & Lunch.
VENUE: DNV, 1400 Ravello Drive Katy, Texas 77449 (Directions)

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1400 Ravello Dr., Katy TX

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When:

December 7, 2022

Agenda

Delegates Fee:

Free of charge

Seminar Objective
During this seminar you will gain insight and knowledge about our standard, ST-0111 - Assessment of Station Keeping Capability of Dynamic Positioning Vessels, and how the standard is used. You will learn about our DP Capability web-app tools and how you can use it to calculate your vessels DP capability.

An array of topics including understanding charter requirements, experience from dynamic DP Capability studies on drilling, shuttle tankers, SOV vessels and more will be discussed.

Focus Points

  • Understanding the requirements of the standard and how to apply different methods (including DNV Class requirements)
  • Understanding the methodologies in the standard
  • Getting results with the web-app
  • Compare the standard with other available methods
  • Discussion on future development (both web-app and standard)
  • Feedback and discussion with seminar participants

Content

  • The principles behind the standard and the methodology provided for calculating. Description of the vessel DP capability calculations from the three different levels: DP Capability Level 1, 2 and 3 (and site versions)
  • Difference between the new standard and other available standards and specifications (ERN*, IMCA M140, API 2SK)
  • Feedback from industry and experience from practical use on different sectors: Offshore wind,  drilling, shuttle tankers.
  • Presentation of the DP Capability Level 1 and Level 2 (and 2-site) web-app
• From “how to start” to “getting results and reports” in the free web-app version. Examples with real vessels will be provided. Different power configurations will be also evaluated (with and without batterie, open/closed bus-tie, etc)
• Examples of a calculations of Level 2 and Level 2-site including how to obtain IMCA M140 DP Capability plots
• Tips and tricks
• On-going and future development
  • Demonstration of the Level 3-Site web-app

Who should attend?
The attendance of this seminar is free. This topic and the focus of the seminar is relevant for designers, yards, vessel owners, energy companies, consultants, and regulatory bodies, and individuals interested in new and developing DP technologies.

SEMINAR DETAILS
WHEN: December 7, 2022
TIME: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm (8:30 am Arrival & Registration) - Includes light Breakfast & Lunch.
VENUE: DNV, 1400 Ravello Drive Katy, Texas 77449 (Directions)

Agenda

About the Trainer

Bio 

Dr. Luca Pivano, Principal Specialist DP Simulations Control Systems & Cybernetics Advisory

 

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Dr. Pivano joined DNV in 2007 where he first worked as a project engineer and, from 2010 to 2016, as R&D manager for DP systems, focusing on the development of tools and methods for HIL testing, and time-domain vessel simulations. He has more than 28 publications in Conferences and Journals and has participated to the development and writing on different DNV Standards and Class rules. 
2008 - Doctor of Philosophy Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU. Cybernetics Graduated with "Thrust Estimation and Control for Marine Propellers in Four-Quadrant Operations"
2001 - Masters of Engineering Politecnico of Torino Cybernetic Graduated
Other relevant experience: Certified Scrum Master, business development for testing and simulation of cyber-physical systems (Dynamic Positioning, Thruster-assisted position mooring systems, automation in general).