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ROLLA SP Propellers SA was founded in 1980 by Philip Rolla in Switzerland. Since then the company has become the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of high-speed propellers. Marine Special Report: Read more...
Ji-Hun Jeong & Won-Dae Jeon - CD-adapco Korea The accurate prediction of ship resistance is important for determining the required propulsion power. Due to long lead times in the engine manufacturing process, a suitable power-plant must be selected very early in the ship design process. Consequently, being able to determine the resistance of the vessel and the velocity distribution at the propeller plane is of very great importance in ship design. Marine Special Report: Read more...
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis is fast becoming an essential part of design and performance assessment procedures within the marine industry. With its strategic role in evaluating and applying leading edge technologies for the benefit of its clients and the industry as a whole, Lloyd’s Register has expended considerable effort in verifying and validating CFD technology. Marine Special Report: Read more...
Boris Bućan, Marta Pedišić Buča, Stanislav Ruzić - Brodarski Institut, Croatia. Dejan Matic - CD-adapco. Building on fifty years of experience in shipbuilding science and practice, Brodarski Institut (BI) has achieved a reputation as a leading research and development organization integrated into a pan-European network of similar institutes. After evaluating several commercially available CFD codes, BI chose CD-adapco’s STAR-CCM+ to deliver on-time, on-cost, best in class technology products and services. Marine Special Report: Read more...
Jean-François Sigrist, R&D Engineer - DCN Propulsion, France. The numerical simulation of coupled fluid-structure problems has made tremendous progress over the past few years and various numerical techniques have been implemented in order to describe fluid-structure coupling effects (many numerical examples are given in References 3 and 4). Marine Special Report: Read more...
Minyee Jiang - Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock. Dejan Matic - CD-adapco. Submarines become more multi-mission oriented and their mode of operation is more often at the sea’s surface. As such, waves become an impor tant parameter of a submarine’s design and could have a critical impact on its structural integrity. In an effor t to address these new challenges, the Naval Surface Warfare Center at Carderock, recently chose to use CD-adapco’s cutting edge CFD solution to mitigate the risk of damage from surface wave impact. Marine Special Report: Read more...
STAR-CCM+ opens the door to explore innovative medical device designs such as blood pumps.
STAR-CCM+ can be used to design and gain a better understanding of the operating performance of turbomachinery. Shown here is a polyhedral mesh on a turbo-compressor.
Brian Van Lear, Lockheed Martin Company, USA. The US Navy’s MIL-S-901D specification covers shock testing requirements for ship board machinery, equipment, systems, and structures (excluding submarine pressure hull penetrations). The purpose of these requirements is to verify the ability of shipboard installations to withstand shock loadings, which may be incurred during war time service due to the effects of nuclear or conventional weapons. Marine Special Report: Read more...

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