Free Webinar: Discover PLAXIS MoDeTo, 10:00 (GMT+1), session 1

Date 18/12/2018
Location Online
Lectures M. Lahoz
Organizer Plaxis bv

Price €0

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Free Webinar: Discover the new PLAXIS MoDeTo (Session 1)  

The new PLAXIS MoDeTo is set to revolutionize the design of offshore wind monopile foundations, reducing time spent in design and cutting costs on required steel, transport and installation time. It fully implements the PISA design method, helping developers, consultants and contractors save millions in the development of new offshore wind farms.

This webinar will include:

  • Introduction to the PISA method and differences with the conventional (p-y) approach
  • Main features and workflows in PLAXIS MoDeTo
  • Practical example of the numerical-based design workflow
  • Future developments of PLAXIS MoDeTo
  • Questions and answers

The practical example is largely based on the work of Panagoulias et al. (2018) for the case of a short pile. This is a validation case for an arbitrary monopile geometry in Cowden clay, modelled according to the idealised soil profile described in Zdravkovic et al. (2015)

Duration: ~60 min
Start (Session 1): 10:00 Amsterdam (GMT+1) | 17:00 Beijing (GMT+8) | 19:00 Brisbane (GMT+10)

Each session is limited to 100 seats. Registration should be done on an individual basis and must contain a valid email address.

After successfully enrolled users will automatically receive two emails, an order confirmation from Plaxis and the unique joining link and login details from GoToWebinar. Please contact if you did not receive anything within the hour.


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