Model Component

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Model Component

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The Model component is a powerful and intuitive tool for constructing 3D models of pipe laying scenarios. In this example, the Model component is named ‘Model’. The Rigid Seabed is selected from the Seabed drop-down list and the Water Depth is defined as 1000m. The following sections describe the various elements that are added to the model.

 

Vessels

One Vessel component named ‘Lay Vessel(1)’ is added to the model. The properties for this vessel are listed in the table below.

Table: ‘Lay Vessel(1)’ Properties

Property

Value

Vessel

Lay Vessel

X-Coordinate

5 m

Y-Coordinate

0 m

Z-Coordinate

0 m

Yaw

 

Connection Points

Two connection points are present in this example, ‘_TensionerVCP(1)’ and ‘Seabed Connection’. ‘_TensionerVCP(1)’ is generated automatically because a vessel with a tensioner has been added to the model and it is located in the Vessel Connection Points folder. This connection point has the automatically generated properties listed in the first table below, except DOFs 4 and 5 which are user-specified. ‘Seabed Connection’ is located in the Fixed Connection Points folder and has the properties listed in th esecond table below.

Table: ‘_TensionerVCP(1)’ Properties (Generated Automatically)

Property

Value

Connection Point Name

_TensionerVCP(1)

Vessel

Lay Vessel(1)

X-Coordinate

5.0758 m

Y-Coordinate

128.000442 m

Z-Coordinate

0 m

DOF4

DOF5

Lay over Stinger

Yes

 

Table: ‘Seabed Connection’ Properties

Property

Value

Connection Point Name

Seabed Connection

X-Coordinate

0 m

Y-Coordinate

-94 m

Z-Coordinate

0 m

DOF 1

0 m

DOF 2

0 m

DOF 3

0 m

DOF 4

DOF 5

 

 

Lines

One Line component named ‘Pipeline(1)’ is added to the model. The Start Point is specified as ‘Seabed Connection’ and the End Point as ‘_TensionerVCP(1)’. The Sag Option is defined as Auto.

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