Webinar: Innovative monopile design with PLAXIS MoDeTo

       
TypeWebinar
Date 17/09/2019
Location Online
Lectures Miquel Lahoz

Learn how Innovative monopile design can you save time and money in your next offshore foundations project

Sep 17, 2019, 5:00 PM (UTC/GMT +2 hours)

Efficient design translates to large cost savings when you consider how a significant reduction in the amount of steel impacts not only material costs, but minimizes fabrication, transportation, and installation costs.

PLAXIS MoDeTo has been developed in collaboration with Oxford University and geotechnical experts, ensuring that users can have confidence in their design analysis and solutions.

Key Benefits of PLAXIS MoDeTo include:

  • Less steel used
  • Lower fabrication time and costs
  • Lower handling and transportation costs
  • Lower installation risk, time and costs
  • Lower environment impact

See how you can produce optimized designs for your next monopile foundation project and save your time and money.

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Participants of this one-hour event can earn one Professional Development Hour (PDH) from Bentley Institute. To review your Bentley Transcript/Learning History, go to http://learn.bentley.com/app/Public. There, you can self-report your professional development efforts to the respective organization, licensing board, or professional association. Requirements may vary and acceptance of Bentley Institute PDHs is ultimately at the discretion of the those organizations. Bentley recommends that you confirm board or association terms and conditions.

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