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Course objectives:
The course will give a brief overview of different types of ocean structures that are deployed in sea for exploiting oil, gas and minerals. While fundamentals of structural dynamics are discussed, detailed mathematical modeling of ocean structures and their dynamic analysis under waves, wind and current are highlighted with special emphasis to fluid-structure interaction. Introduction to stochastic dynamics of ocean structures is also discussed with lot of tutorials and sample papers that shall intuit self-learning through the course. Focus is on the explanation of fundamental concepts as addressed to graduate students. 

Course contents:

Module 1
Introduction to different types of offshore structures- Environmental forces- structural action of ocean structures- fluid-structure interaction- Introduction to structural dynamics- Characteristics of single degree-of-freedom model - Methods of writing equation of motion- comparison of methods- Free and forced vibration of single degree-of-freedom systems- Undamped and damped systems- Formulation of equation of motion- examples- Coulomb damping- comparison of damped and undamped forced vibration- response build up-- nature and comparison- Numerical problems in single degree-of-freedom systems- Two degree-of-freedom systems- formulation of equation of motion- eigenvalues and eigenvectors- Orthogonality of modes- Study of multi degrees-of-freedom systems- Equations of motion- Natural frequencies and mode shapes- Stodla, Rayleigh-Ritz and influence coefficient methods- Matrix methods for dynamic analysis- Eigen solution- Modal analysis.
Module 2
Types of offshore structures- structural action of offshore structures- form based development- Fixed type offshore structure- dynamic analysis using software- comparison of responses of fixed type offshore structures- Articulated towers- single leg and multi-legged towers- Problem formulation and solution using Iterative frequency domain method- Merits of different structural forms in dynamics' perspective- single column structure- Multi-legged articulated towers- formulation of equation of motion- dynamic characteristics of Mass, stiffness and damping- Dynamic analysis of articulated Multi-legged articulated towers- response control of MLAT using tuned mass dampers- Tension Leg platforms- conceptual development and geometric optimization- Development of Mass, stiffness and damping matrices of TLP from first principles- nonlinearities associated with the problem-Dynamic analysis of offshore TLPs under earthquakes in the presence of waves- dynamic tether tension variations caused by vertical seismic excitations- - Fluid structure interaction- inference of offshore platforms in flow regime- Estimate of damping in offshore structures- Rayleigh damping, classical damping, Caughey damping- comparison and suitability to offshore structures - Damping by mode superposition- Numerical method to solve equation of motion in time domain- Newmark's beta method- Future generation offshore structures- Buoyant Leg structures- Offshore triceratops- Formulation of the problem- Development of Mass, stiffness and damping matrices for triceratops- Numerical modeling using software- Experimental studies on dynamic response of offshore triceratops- comparison of analytical, numerical and experimental studies on offshore triceratops-
Module 3
Introduction to stochastic dynamics of ocean structures- Stationary process- stochastic process- Random environmental processes-Response spectrum- Narrow band process- return period- fatigue prediction- mal response method- modal mass contribution- truncation of higher modes and  missing mass correction- Duhamel's integral.

 

Module No.

Topics

No. of lectures

1

  1. Introduction to different types of ocean structures
  2. Development of structural forms for deep and ultra-deep waters
  3. Environmental forces
  4.  structural action of ocean structures
  5. fluid-structure interaction
  6. Introduction to structural dynamics
  7. Characteristics of single degree-of-freedom model
  8. Methods of writing equation of motion
  9. comparison of methods-
  10. Free and forced vibration of single degree-of-freedom systems
  11. Undamped and damped systems
  12. Formulation of equation of motion
  13. examples
  14. Coulomb damping
  15.  comparison of damped and undamped forced vibration - response build up
  16. Numerical problems in single degree-of-freedom systems
  17. Two degrees-of-freedom systems
  18. Formulation of equation of motion
  19. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
  20. Orthogonality of modes
  21. Study of multi degrees-of-freedom systems
  22. Equations of motion
  23. Natural frequencies and mode shapes
  24. Stodla, Rayleigh-Ritz and influence coefficient methods, Dunkerley
  25. Matrix methods for dynamic analysis
  26. Eigen solution
  27. Modal analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25

2

  1. Structural action of offshore structures
  2. Types of offshore structures based on the geometric form
  3. Development of structural form for deep waters
  4. Fluid-structure interaction
  5. Dynamic analysis of offshore jacket platforms
  6. steps of analysis using software
  7. Dynamic analysis of articulated towers
  8. Iterative frequency domain
  9. Multi-legged articulated towers
  10. Response control of multi-legged articulated towers using tuned mass dampers
  11. Experimental and analytical studies on MLAT
  12. Development of Tension Leg Platforms and geometric optimization
  13. Dynamic analyses of TLPs
  14. Development of Mass, stiffness and damping matrices of TLP from first principles
  15. Dynamic analysis methodology of offshore structures under earthquakes
  16. TLPs under seismic excitation
  17. Development of new generation offshore structures
  18. Buoyant Leg Structures and offshore triceratops
  19. Numerical modeling of offshore triceratops using software
  20. Comparison of experimental, analytical and numerical studies on offshore triceratops
  21. Estimate of damping: Classical damping, Rayleigh and Caughey
  22. Damping by mode superposition
  23. Analytical technique to solve equation of motion using in Newmarks Beta method

 

 

 

 

 

17

3

  1. Introduction to stochastic dynamics of ocean structures
  2. Random environmental processes
  3. Stationary process
  4. Response spectrum
  5. Narrow band process
  6. Return period
  7. Fatigue prediction
  8. Modal response method
  9. Modal mass contribution
  10. Missing mass correction, Example problems
  11. Duhamel's integrals

 

7

 

Total

49 lectures

 

a) Books and Executive reports

  1. Anil K. Chopra. 2003. Dynamics of structures: Theory and applications to earthquake Engineering: Pearson Education, Singapore.
  2. Arvid Naess and Torgeir MOan. 2013. Stochastic dynamics of marine structures, Cambridge University Press, New York, USA.
  3. Chakrabarti, S. K. 1987. Hydrodynamics of Offshore Structures: Computational Mechanics.
  4. Chakrabarti, S. K. 1990. Non-linear method in offshore engineering, Elsevier Science Publisher, The Netherlands.
  5. Chakrabarti, S. K. 1994.Offshore Structure Modeling: World Scientific.
  6. Clauss, G. T. et al. 1992. Offshore Structures, Vol 1 - Conceptual Design and Hydromechanics: Springer, London.
  7. Dawson, T. H., 1983. Offshore Structural Engineering: Prentice-Hall Inc.
  8. Gerwick, B.C.Jr. 1986. Construction of Offshore Structures: John Wiley, New York.
  9. Graff, W.J. 1981. Introduction to offshore structures: Design, fabrication and installation: Gulf Publishing Co, Tokyo.
  10. Graff, W.J. 1981. Introduction to Offshore Structures: Gulf Publishing Co., Houston.
  11. Helvacioglu. I. H and Incecik. A 2004. Dynamics of double articulated towers, Integrity of offshore structures- 4: Elsevier.
  12. Hiroshi Iwaski. 1981. Preliminary design Study of Tension Leg platform: MIT university.
  13. Hsu, H.T. 1981. Applied Offshore Structural Engineering: Gulf Publishing Co., Houston.
  14. James F. Wilson 1984. Dynamics of offshore structuresMather, A. 2000. Offshore Engineering: an Introduction, 2nd edn: Witherby
  15. Patel, M. H., 1989. Dynamics of offshore structures: Butterworths, London.
  16. Sadehi, K. 1989. Design and analysis of Marine structures: Khajeh Nasirroddin Tsi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
  17. Sarpkaya, T. and Isaacson, M. 1981. Mechanics of Wave Forces on Offshore Structures: Van Nostrand Reinhold.
  18. Srinivasan Chandrasekaran and Subrata Kumar Bhattacharyya (2012). Analysis and Design of Offshore Structures with illustrated examples. Human Resource Development Center for Offshore and Plant Engineering (HOPE Center), Changwon National University Press, Republic of Korea ISBN: 978-89-963915-5-5.

b) Research papers suggested for additional reading

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  10. Chandrasekaran, S and Jain, A.K. 2002a. Dynamic behavior of Square and Triangular TLPs under Regular Wave Loads. Ocean Engineering, 29(3): 279-315.
  11. Chandrasekaran. S and Jain. A. K. 2002b. Triangular configuration Tension leg platform behaviour under random sea wave loads, Ocean Eng. 29(13): 1895-1928.
  12. Chandrasekaran, S., Jain, A.K., Chandak, N. R. 2004. Influence of Hydrodynamic Coefficients in the Response behavior of Triangular TLPs in Regular Waves. Ocean Engineering, 31: 2319-2342.
  13. Chandrasekaran. S and Jain. A. K. 2004a. Aerodynamic behavior of offshore triangular Tension Leg Platforms, Proc. of ISOPE, Toulon, France, 564-569.
  14. Chandrasekaran. S, Jain. A. K, Chandak. N. R. 2004b. Influence of hydrodynamic coefficients in the response behavior of triangular TLPs in regular waves, Ocean Eng. 31(320): 2319-2342.
  15. Chandrasekaran. S, Jain, A.K. and Chandak. N.R. 2006a. Seismic analysis of offshore triangular tension leg platforms. International J. of Structural Stability and Dynamics. 6(1): 97-120.
  16. Chandrasekaran, S., Chandak, N. R and Gupta Anupam 2006b. Stability analysis of TLP tethers. Ocean Eng. 33(3): 471-482.
  17. Chandrasekaran. S, Jain. A. K, Chandak. N. R 2007a. Response behavior of triangular tension leg platforms under regular waves using Stokes nonlinear wave theory. J. of waterway, port, coastal and ocean Eng., ASCE. 133(3): 230-237.
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  21. Chen. X, Ding . Y, Zhang. J, Liagre. P, Neidzwecki and Teigen. P 2006. Coupled dynamic analysis of a mini TLP: Comparison with measurements, Ocean Eng. 33: 93-117.
  22. Chuel-Hyun Kim, Chang-HO Lee and Ja-Sam Goo 2007. A dynamic response analysis of tension leg platforms including hydrodynamic interaction in regular waves. Ocean Eng. 34: 1680-1689.
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  27. Han S. Choi and Jack Y. K. Lou 1991. Nonlinear behavior of an articulated offshore loading platform. Applied Ocean Research, 13(2): 63-74.
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  29. Hsien Hua Lee and Wang Pei-Wen 2000. Dynamic behavior of tension-leg platform with net cage system subjected to wave forces. Ocean Eng. 28: 179-200.
  30. Inyeol Paik and Jose M. Roesset 1996. Use of Quadratic Transfer Functions to Predict Response of Tension Leg Platforms. J. of Eng. Mechanics. 122(9): 882-889.
  31. Issacson, M., Det St. Q. 1982. Non-Linear Wave Effects on Fixed and Floating Bodies. J. Fluid Mechanics, 120: 267-281.
  32. Jefferys. E. R. and Patel. M. H 1982. Dynamic Analysis Models of Tension Leg Platforms, J. of energy Resources Technology. 104: 217- 223.
  33. Kareem, A. 1983. Nonlinear dynamic analysis of compliant offshore platforms subjected to fluctuating winds. J. of wind Eng. and Industrial aerodynamics. 14: 345-356.
  34. Kareem, A. and Datton, C. 1982. Dynamic effects of wind on TLP. Proc. of Offshore Technology Conference. No. 4229(1):749-757.
  35. Kareem, A., Lu, P.C., Finnigan, T.D. and Liu, S.L.V. 1986. A wind tunnel investigation of aerodynamic loads on a typical TLP. Proc. of Offshore Technology Conference, No. 5173: 187-197.
  36. Kareem. A and Zhao. J 1994. Analysis of Non-Gaussian Surge Response of Tension Leg Platforms Under Wind Loads, J. of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Eng. 116: 13-144.
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