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CFD for Sailing Boats Hydrodynamics - The Emirates Team New Zealand Experience
Posted Mon October 07, 2013 @11:27AM
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Announcements Wish to gain an overview of how CFD can be applied to sailing boats simulation?

NUMECA International is glad to present this FREE webinar co-organized with Emirates Team New Zealand (ETNZ) to be held October 24th.

Sponsor CFD Review

Len Imas, Senior CFD Engineer for ETNZ and Professor at Stevens Institute of Technology, will share his experience about the usage of FINE™/Marine in hydrodynamics applications.

Discussion topics will cover:

  • The benefits of the full hex technology
  • Saving time in the design process by scripting
  • The importance of foils optimization including cavitation and ventilation modeling
  • Adding dynamic sails forces thanks to user defined libraries

Join NUMECA for this open discussion on FINE™/Marine and ask your questions to the experts!

Duration: approx. 40 minutes

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