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CFD Simulations for Sailing Boats
Posted Thu May 30, 2013 @08:41AM
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Announcements Wish to gain an overview of the possibility to simulate sailing boats with CFD?

Join NUMECA for a FREE webinar on FINE™/Marine: CFD Simulations for Sailing Boats on June 19th.

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CFD simulations of sailing boats become a must to complete the resistance prediction of basic empirical relationships or VPP programs and to provide extra and quick information compared to expensive model tests. On top of this, CFD can provide a complete description of the resistance (air and water parts), in calm or real sea conditions. Besides, important physical phenomenon can be captured during the design phase such as ventilation or cavitation.

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Duration: approx. 30 minutes

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