WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21st
4 PM CET (click on the register button to see your local time)
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Besides resistance, seakeeping and propulsion, wind loads play an important role in navigation, and wind studies form an essential part of marine engineers' and naval architects' work. Since model tests are expensive and wind tunnel availabilities don't always match project deadlines, CFD simulations become a powerful tool, allowing designers to understand the effects of design changes on their projects quickly and accurately.
In addition to calculating the effect of the wind on navigation, for example in open sea and in harbors, it can be important for other aspects to be accurately predicted, such as simulating various wind angles with a certain velocity profile or anticipating smoke evacuation for the evaluation of passenger (dis)comfort.
During this webinar we will present all possible numerical aspects dedicated to wind studies for marine engineering and show you industry examples and best practices that can bring naval designs to a new level.