The ABS suite of engineering software for maritime and offshore industries allows you to quickly assess compliance with ABS requirements. Starting with our groundbreaking SafeHull software in 1993, ABS offers valuable software tools for engineers, designers, owners and shipyards to assist with assessing stability and structural integrity in design, as well as enhance safety and reliability in service.
Easy-to-use software for checking compliance with the Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels. Training videos are available upon request to introduce new users to the software and guide them through the enhanced graphic user interface.
Developed as a tool for evaluating a vessel’s design, this easy-to-use application is based on the Guide for Building and Classing Liquefied Gas Carriers with Independent Tanks.
Based on Rules for Building and Classing Offshore Support Vessels, ABS OSV Structures software verifies the scantlings of the structure members according to the ABS Rules requirements for offshore support vessels.
Excel-based program checks local scantlings of hull structures for compliance with the IACS Unified Requirements in Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels.
OSAP assists designers of offshore drilling and production installations such as semisubmersibles, TLPs and spars to easily check the compliance of designs with ABS class requirements based on Rules for Building and Classing Mobile Offshore Drilling Units and Rules for Building and Classing Floating Production Installations.
Used for the design and classing of ship-type Floating Production Installations (FPI), according to Rules for Building and Classing Floating Production Installations.
Calculates steel vessels’ gross hull girder section geometry and torsion properties, and then evaluates vessel design based on Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels.
Developed for the applications of New Build Drillship based on the Guide for Building and Classing Drillships.
Performs ship-type floating LNG structural assessment in accordance with the Guide for Building and Classing Floating Offshore Liquefied Gas Terminals.
For the analysis of ABS Dynamic Loading Approach (DLA) and Spectral-Based Fatigue Analysis (SFA) for Floating Offshore Structures (FOS) in models with less than 500K FEM nodes and elements. In accordance with the Guide for Dynamic Loading Approach for Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Installations.
Analyzes reaction forces acting on container securing systems, including stacking devices and lashing gear for containers stowed on deck or inside cargo holds not fitted with cell guides. In accordance with the Guide for Certification of Container Securing Systems. Incorporates route-specific acceleration for 10 common routes.
Analyzes inclined shafts with U-joints and cardan shafts, as well as shafting installation alignment in vertical or horizontal directions. Based on Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels.
To fulfill its mission promoting the security of life and property and preserving the natural environment, ABS works with other organizations in industry on engineering software.
A joint venture company established by American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and Lloyd's Register, CSRS provides a validated and verified suite of software tools for common structural rules.
Assesses ship structures based on the Guide for the Optional Class Notation Deep Water Anchoring for Oil Tankers and Bulk Carriers.
Herbert-ABS, a joint venture between ABS and Herbert Engineering Corp, bridges design, classification and operational management aspects of vessels and offshore units. The company offers loading and salvage emergency response software packages and design tools to the maritime and offshore industries.