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Marine, Maritime & Coastal Applications
Posted Wed June 28, 2017 @09:13AM
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Announcements Join Flow Science engineers for a live webinar on July 19 at 1:00 pm EST as they discuss how FLOW-3D can be applied to challenging problems in the marine and maritime industry, including coastal breakwater modeling, wave hydrodynamics and impact analysis, offshore platform dynamics, ship launches, sloshing in LNG tanks, floating barriers, and wave energy devices.

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These applications can be modeled accurately and effectively using FLOW-3D’s TruVOF free surface interface tracking technique and advanced multiphysics models.

This technical webinar will provide an overview of the key features of FLOW-3D relevant to the marine and maritime industry.

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