CFD Includes Alternative hull form performance comparisons, Appendage drag analysis/form optimization, Skeg design optimization, Flow line optimization, Hull Speed and Resistance predictions, Propeller cavitations, Propeller and rudder optimization, Resistance, Sea keeping Predictions, Self-propulsion, Wake wash predictions. CFD results are presented in professional engineering reports that are accepted by Classification Societies
To evaluate the strength and stiffness of a complete vessel and all the structural members that go into the construction, or to analyze any specific loaded component of a ship. Optimization of Structural Arrangements, Specifically when complex geometries and Material Properties.
Selection, Analysis and Optimization of marine powering and propulsion including Gasoline, Diesel and Gas Turbine Engines and Propulsion including fixed and variable pitch propellers, surface drives and waterjets. Optimisation of ships' operational profiles & matching optimisation of engine, gearbox, PTO, propeller blades, nozzle, rudder, propulsion control system – speed setting, manoeuvring and load control.
Model Tank Testing to optimise expansive range of vessel features and fine-tune the Hydrodynamic Characteristics and behaviour of the Vessels.