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Hydro-Acoustic Simulation for Marine Propellers
Posted Wed June 24, 2015 @05:48PM
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Announcements Need a fast, accurate and complete Hydro-Acoustic simulation suite for noise analysis in your marine application?

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This presentation will demonstrate the capabilities of FINE™/Marine and FINE™/Acoustics to simulate an open-water propeller for both hydrodynamic and acoustic aspects in one single simulation chain.

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From CAD to radiated sound-field in a unique and fully-integrated simulation environment!

Duration: approx. 40 minutes

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