AMOG Consulting - Numerical Modeling

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Basic Specifications
Overseeing Organization AMOG Consulting
Hydrodynamic Testing Facility Type Numerical Modeling and Analysis





Participation in TEAMER
TEAMER Facility Yes
TEAMER Facility Type Numerical Modeling & Analysis
TEAMER Capability Physical Modeling, Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling, Extreme event modeling, Finite element analysis (FEA) modeling, Mooring dynamics simulation, WEC hydrodynamics, Environmental Modeling, High-fidelity CFD
TEAMER Description AMOG is a specialist engineering consulting firm active in the offshore energy, maritime, mining, transport, and defense sectors. Our areas of specialization include: Vortex Induced Vibration and Hydrodynamics: together with MIT AMOG develops SHEAR7 (the leading global software package for VIV calculation). We have also developed patented Longitudinally Grooved Suppression (LGS) technology for the reduction of VIV on subsea structures including pipelines and risers. Mooring and Offshore Engineering Technology: AMOG has been instrumental, and continues to drive, research for the improvement of synthetic rope use on mooring applications and the understanding of mooring degradation mechanisms. We developed the first functional mooring digital twin, which has since been deployed on an offshore asset and, as the primary author of API MIM RP2, continue to lead advances in mooring integrity including areas such as Out of Plane Bending (OPB) and material mechanics of chain. Industrial Internet of things (IIot) and Machine Learning: Since 2012 AMOG has been instrumenting complex offshore and mining equipment to create structural digital twins. Today our IIoT and machine learning capacity has allowed us to create our own sensors for real time understanding of offshore structures. Safety engineering: fire and blast and consequence analysis including modeling of fires, explosions and spills. Smart Structural Engineering: AMOG has a specialist Structural Engineering practice that utilizes a systems view to properly combine and understand effects from hydrodynamics, fire, blast, spills and out of design operations conditions for large complex machines and structures. Capabilities include: Physical Modeling, Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling, Extreme event modeling, Finite element analysis (FEA) modeling, Mooring dynamics simulation, WEC hydrodynamics, Environmental Modeling, High-fidelity CFD.
TEAMER Webpage https://teamer-us.org/product/
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