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This is the home of the aNyMOOR Documentation space.

 

aNyMOOR is the new software suite which will replace the reknowned software DYNFLOAT, TERMSIM and SHUTTLE. aNyMOOR is basically a versatile GUI which interfaces with our in-house simulation kernel aNySIM, incorporating the knowledge gained during several JIPs (such as SHUTTLE and DYNFLOAT JIP) and feedback from clients. By using only one simulation kernel, new knowledge can be easily applied in the software tool.

 

The aNyMOOR suite consists of:

  1. aNyMOOR.TERMSIMaNyMOOR.TERMSIM
    aNyMOOR.TERMSIM is a time domain simulation program to analyse the dynamic behaviour of a moored export tanker subject to wind, waves and current. The mooring system can be a Single Point Mooring (SPM), a Multi Buoy Mooring (MBM) or a Jetty terminal. The program predicts the mooring loads and tanker motions when the system is exposed to operational environmental conditions. 
  2. aNyMOOR.DYNFLOAT
    aNyMOOR.DYNFLOAT is a time domain simulation program to analyse the dynamic behaviour of a turret or spread-moored FPSO subject to wind, waves and current. The program predicts the mooring loads and tanker motions when the system is exposed to operational or survival conditions.
  3. aNyMOOR.SHUTTLE (not commercially available yet)
    aNyMOOR.SHUTTLE is a time domain simulation program to analyse the dynamic behaviour of offloading operations subject to wind, waves and current. The mooring system can be a Single Point Mooring (SPM), a a turret moored FPSO and a spread moored FPSO. The program predicts the the time-varying responses (export tanker motions, hawser and mooring line tensions, tug/thrusters loads) subject to either stationary or non-stationary environmental conditions.  

     

All three software programs (.TERMSIM, .DYNFLOAT or .SHUTTLE) can be combined in a complete or partial package.

 

On the top level documentation can be found on:

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