MOSES

Integrated Offshore Simulation Software

Conquer the complexity of marine operations by streamlining analyses with automated workflows.

Advanced Hydrostatic and Hydrodynamic Simulation Software

Meet complex offshore project challenges more effectively with the efficiency and flexibility of uniquely integrated simulation software.

Automate Performance Analysis

Quickly analyze floating systems across a range of operating conditions using simulation language to define environmental conditions, specify mooring configurations, and run integrated solvers in a unified environment.


Easily Model Offshore Vessels and Platforms

Use interactive graphical tools specific to offshore structures to prepare models of vessels and floating systems. Help ensure accurate loading definition by visualizing tank and compartment models during modification.


Simulate Marine Operations

Leverage comprehensive and customizable scripting tools and pre-defined macros to explore design alternatives and manage complex installation sequences.


Price

Starting at $16,362


MOSES
ZONG YAO - SENIOR ENGINEER

China Ocean Engineering Shanghai Company (COES)

“After our innovative solution was first practiced and proved in the Sewol recovery project in early 2017, this solution is frequently used in the offshore industry for large shipwreck recoveries in one piece. This solution has further proved to be the best wreck-removal method in terms of environmental friendliness, as well as engineering and economic viability.”

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Conquer the Complexity of Marine Operations

Minimize offshore project risks with designs that are optimized using MOSES integrated simulation software.

Featured Projects

OpenWindPower was used for the China Three Gorges New Energy Dalian Zhuanghe III Offshore Wind Farm Project.
CHINA OCEAN ENGINEERING SHANGHAI COMPANY (COES)

Sewol Ferry Wreck Recovery in One Piece

More than a year after the tragic sinking of the Sewol Ferry in the Yellow Sea, off the South Korean coast that killed 304 passengers and crew, efforts began for the recovery of the ferry boat wreckage. The Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries contracted China Ocean Engineering Shanghai Company (COES) to raise the 6,825-ton vessel from a depth of 44-meters within a tight eighteen month timeline. The ministry required the organization to salvage the craft in one piece without damaging the hull and ensure that the remains of the nine victims still onboard stayed in the hull. In addition, COES had to work during the winter and negotiate the sea’s strong current and high waves, which made any engineering solution even more difficult.

OFFSHORE OIL ENGINEERING CO., LTD.

PL19-3 Oil Field Jacket Design and Development of “Fixed Offshore Structure Design Tool” Software

Located in Bohai Bay off China’s northeastern coast, the CNY 8.8 billion Bohai Development Project is a joint venture between China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) and ConocoPhillips China Inc. The project expanded existing facilities to include two 40-slot well head platforms, a central platform, and associated pipelines and cables. As engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) contractor, CNOOC Offshore Oil Engineering Co., Ltd. (COOEC) was charged with creating detailed designs of the offshore structures and developing engineering software.