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SIMA

The SIMA workbench offers a complete solution for simulation and analysis of marine operations and floating systems. It supports the entire process from the definition of the simulation and its execution to the interpretation and documentation of the results.

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The SIMA workbench by SINTEF Ocean is a simulation and analysis tool for marine operations and floating systems – from modelling to results, built on software for non-linear time domain analysis. 3D and 2D graphics allow users to quickly and intuitively understand the results. 

SIMA software includes simulation and engineering analysis of marine operations, feasibility evaluation, detection of challenging scenarios.

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Stability analysis

Stability analysis

SIMA software includes modelling capabilities that allows building a complete and accurate physical representation of a floater, based on a SIMO model. The static stability of the model can be studied through the calculation of the equilibrium...

Aquaculture structures

Aquaculture structures

The SIMA workbench enables simulation and engineering analysis of aquaculture systems and operations. SIMA can be used to identify challenging situations and to evaluate the feasibility of operations and systems related to aquaculture.

Offshore wind

Offshore wind

SIMA includes modelling capabilities that allows the user to build a complete and accurate physical representation of both fixed and floating offshore wind turbines.

Drilling operations

Drilling operations

The SimDrill module provides a simplified interface for modelling drilling operations.

About SIMA

The SIMA workbench by SINTEF Ocean is a simulation and analysis tool for marine operations and floating systems – from modelling to results, built on software for non-linear time domain analysis. 3D and 2D graphics allow users to quickly and intuitively understand the results.

SIMA software includes simulation and engineering analysis of marine operations, feasibility evaluation, detection of challenging scenarios.