ABS Eagle C-LASH is for analyzing container securing systems by modelling lashing arrangement, using the most modern nonlinear analysis methodologies, based on the Guide for Container Certification of Container Security System (2017 or later).
Dynamic Loading and Spectral Fatigue Analysis for Vessels
ABS DLA /SFA SHIP is a first principles-based structural analysis software for marine vessels in accordance with the ABS Guide for SafeHull-Dynamic Loading Approach for Vessels and ABS Guide for Spectral-Based Fatigue Analysis for Vessels
ABS PolarQuickCheck software is to help users check local scantlings of hull structures for compliance with the requirements of the IACS Unified Requirements for Polar Ships as implemented in the ABS Rules for Building and Classing Marine Vessels.
ABS Yacht Structure Assessment is a software applicable for structural scantling calculations and verifications for planing and semi-planing steel and aluminum vessels less than 61 meters, according to the ABS Guide for Building and Classing Yachts.
CSR Prescriptive Analysis software assesses ship structures for compliance based on the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers and and ABS Rules for Building and Classing Marine Vessels. This software is developed by Common Structural Rules Software LLC
CSR FE Analysis software uses finite element analysis to perform direct strength and fatigue assessment according to IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers and ABS Rules for Building and Classing Marine Vessels. This software is developed by Common Structural Rules Software LLC.
ABS RAW software is developed to assist in the verification of compliance with EEDI & MPP regulations. It calculates the added resistance of a Tanker or Bulk Carrier in waves (RAW), and contains the enhanced RAW calculations validated with extensive model test data.
Hull Girder Section Geometry and Torsion Properties
ABS HGSA software is used to calculate steel vessel’s gross hull girder section geometry and torsion properties, which can be used in connection with the other ABS software to evaluate the vessel’s design based on criteria as per ABS’ Rules. HGSA can be used for any types of the vessel.
The ABS UDM Utility tool is a software that consists of import / export conversion utilities for ABS structural assessment software that will facilitate exchange of data between the ABS software and third-party CAD modelers like NAPA Steel to improve efficiency of data entry.
ABS Eagle Express is a FE tool embedded in FEMAP, used in connection with other ABS FE based structural analysis software. It includes fast panel search, highly efficient data processing, buckling and yielding check. It is applicable for Tanker, Bulk Carrier, Container Carrier, LNG, LGC, FPSO, FLGT and Drill Ship.
ABS Eagle SPRINGING software is Springing assessment software based on the ABS Guidance Notes on Springing Assessment for Container Carriers. It integrates the programs for initial evaluation, seakeeping analysis, fatigue damage predication, and springing damage predication.
ABS LASH is a software to be used for the analysis of container securing systems in Container Carriers, by modelling lashing arragement. This software is developed in accordance with the ABS Guide for Certification of Container Security System (before 2017).
The ABS WebCalc Machinery software is an easy-to-use tool that allows shipyards, designers, and equipment manufacturers to verify compliance with the ABS Rules for Building and Classing Marine Vessels and the ABS Rules for Building and Classing Mobile Offshore Units.
ABS CHEM software enables a chemical tanker owner or operator to quickly determine whether their vessel is suitable to carry any products. The software also allows the user to observe the vessel requirements to carry products and to adjust vessel design parameters accordingly.
ABS shaft alignment software is designed for static analysis of the propulsion shafting, with aim to provide all necessary data to production personnel conducting the shaft alignment procedure onboard the vessel, and to review engineers verifying submitted calculations.