Perform highly precise moored vessel response assessment

- to improve safety and reduce cost of your port and terminal operations

 

MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis software (MIKE 21 MA)

Benefit from the most accurate software for calculating motions of moored vessels and other floating structures at sea and in ports, as well as the resulting forces in mooring arrangements. As a port, port developer or oil & gas company, you can achieve more accurate downtime estimates and improve the safety of your operations.

 

Imagine

 

Understanding how moored vessels respond to dynamic wind, wave and current conditions is essential to port authorities, terminal operators, as well as master planners and designers.

Imagine having an easy-to-use software at hand that enables you to increase safety and efficiency - already during planning and in your daily operations, featuring:

 

A user-friendly interface

The intuitive graphical user interface of our software makes it a breeze to learn and use.

Extremely fast simulations

The mooring analysis solver of our model allows for rapid run times while offering extremely accurate results.

High-precision hydrodynamic analysis

You can incorporate the shape of the vessel and wave and flow fields that surround the entire vessel. Users can also input time-series and metocean data.

A comprehensive vessel database

Comes with a vessel database that includes common ships, which users can choose to scale accordingly.

 
 

Take a quick tour!

 

Take a 1-minute tour of the MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis software

 
 

Key benefits

 

Benefit from the most accurate software for calculating motions of moored vessels and other floating structures at sea and in ports, as well as the resulting forces in mooring arrangements.

This is what you can achieve with MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis:

 

Safe and efficient cargo handling operations

Check your mooring configurations under extreme conditions to ensure the safety of your berthed vessel.

Optimisation of mooring and fender arrangements

Test and improve mooring arrangements and simply select the solution that works best.

Reduced downtime and operational costs

Save costs by identifying adverse conditions for operations in open seas and ports in advance.

A flexible tool for ongoing planning and operation

Marine pilots and operators can quickly check on the safety of the applied mooring system under present conditions.

 
 
 

Two-day hands-on course:
Fundamentals of mooring analysis

 

15 & 16 November 2017, Denmark

 

Get an introduction on how to set up a moored ship in a port which is subject to environmental forcings such as waves, currents and wind. The course will also help you in assessing vessel motions, fender and line forces, which is of utmost importance when planning ports.