Marine Engineering using system simulation and Simcenter STAR-CCM+
Today ships must perform not only according to safety related regulations, but also comply with demands on environmental impact and benefits for society (i.e. EEDI). This challenges engineers to consider every detail of how components interact as a part of a larger system during the design process. Leveraging
engineering simulation and more importantly, combining multiple disciplines, allow for the exploration into highly integrated and dynamic systems, assessing non-traditional propulsion, and being able to evaluate more complex operating conditions than before.
The Simcenter Amesim simulation platform creates the foundation for multi-physics projects. It provides not only the full range of system simulation, but also ensures ease of use with its well-stocked library of physics-based components.
Learn what advancements has been made in marine engineering simulation, how to evaluate different vessel propulsion systems, how to leverage hydrodynamic simulation results of your hull design to predict overall energy consumption throughout a preferred route.