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||Autowing is the powerful and efficient
software for doing aerodynamic and hydrodynamic design of the WIG
Crafts and hydrofoils. Autowing enables you to perform numerical
calculations of the steady and unsteady aerodynamic characteristics
of the WIG Crafts considering the essential details of motion near
||Fswave is a computer program which
calculates the non-linear free surface characteristics of a free
surface disturbed by an arbitrary hull configuration. The hull configuration
can be either completely submerged or surface piercing. Multiple
hulls may also be modeled. The program is written as a "plug
in" module, which couples with the Vsaero panel code.
the total (viscous + wave) resistance and wave elevations of thin
monohulls and multihulls.
|| Newpan is a 3D panel
method code, suitable for low-speed aerodynamic and hydrodynamic
problems. The Newpan free surface module provides a capability to
predict the unsteady, fully nonlinear response of a free surface
to the unsteady motion of a floating or submerged body.
||A non linear wave
resistance prediction code. Allows to predict numerically the wave
resistance of displacement ships, manoeuvering on calm water, by
solving the entire fluid flow equations.
||Program for Potential Flow Calculation.
The PFP code allows to calculate the potential flow characteristics
around a submerged body. In this way pressure distribution, stream
lines and the velocity field can be calculated over and out side
||The computer program RAPID calculates
the steady inviscid flow around a ship hull, the wave pattern and
the wave resistance. It solves the exact, fully nonlinear potential
flow problem by an iterative procedure, based on a raised-panel
method. The geometry of the hull is represented by a panel distribution,
prepared by directly digitizing a body plan or generated from a
hull surface representation in a CAD system.
||SesWave is a wave resistance code
to perform free-surface potential flow calculations based on Rankine-sources
panel method for SES (surface effect ship). The code is linear and
can cope with twin-hull and air-cushion catamaran configurations.
||Shallo is a fully non-linear codeship
hydrodynamics code developed by HSVA. The program has been successfully
applied to a very large number of ship design and analysis projects
performed at the model basin. Presently the code covers: unlimited,
deep water condition - shallow water - canal flows -monohull ships
- submarines - catamarans, SWATH (incl. twin strut), trimarans -surface
||A special purpose software for
investigating the hydrodynamic properties of ships and other marine
vessel. Capabilities are: Wave resistance, viscous resistance, induced
resistance, lift, nominal wake, propeller effects, sinkage &
trim, waves, pressure distribution, velocity vectors, streamlines.
Shipflow is used by a number of shipyards, towing tanks and consultants
all over the world for analyzing and optimizing new designs.
||Shipworks is addon for SolidWorks
for investigating the hydrodynamic properties of hull. The parameterization
of the hull shape variation is available two ways; water line sections
and transversal sections. Preprocessing, including panel or grid
generation is automatic as well as execution of computation to find
the wave pattern and wave resistance.
||SLAW is a potential
flow panel code for ship flow prediction which has been developed
at SAIC. Among its attributes and capabilities are: Uses a potential
flow panel method to compute the steady, inviscid, irrotational
flow around a body moving with steady speed in the presence of a
free surface. A Dawson-type or rankine singularity free surface
model is employed in which source panels are distributed over a
local portion of the free surface and a linear free surface boundary
condition is applied at each panel. The steady sinkage and trim
of the ship can be modeled automatically by balancing the ship's
hydrostatics with the computed heave force and pitch moment and
iterating the SLAW calculation for the sunk and trimmed hull.
||SPLASH is a fully
3-D nonlinear free-surface potential flow panel code for aero/hydrodynamic
design and anlysis of marine vehicles. Applications range from steady
and unsteady (seakeeping) performance predictions for America's
Cup and other grand prix race sailing yachts, to prediction of unsteady
hydrodynamic loadings for structural analysis of oil tankers.
||The computer program
Tdynlin calculates the steady inviscid flow around a ship hull,
the wave pattern and the wave resistance. It solves the linearised
potential flow problem by a Dawson type panel method. Tdynlin has
been developed by the ETSIN towing Tank CFD group in the period
1992 - 2001, and has been routinely applied in practical ship hull
||VSAERO couples integral
methods for potential and boundary layer flows for low runtimes.
Flowfield properties are computed for off-body velocity surveys
and on/off-body streamlines. The ability to calculate internal and
external flows, non-uniform inflow and body rotation, makes VSAERO
applicable to fluid flow problems in aerospace, automotive and marine
engineering. Special purpose modules FSWAVE expands VSAERO's simulation
capabilities to include nonlinear hydrodynamic wave effects on ships.
||Warp is a non linear
potential flow calculation code to perform free-surface potential
flow calculations based on Rankine-sources panel method. The code
accounts for the non-linearities related to the free-surface boundary
condition and to the variation of the hull wetted surface. Automatic
gridding of the ship hull and of the free-surface is provided. There
is also BIWARP for wave making characteristics of fast twin hull
||Wavis is an integrated
system for flow analysis to evaluate hull form by using numerical
computations. Wavis can calculate wave resistance and wave patterns
by using potential panel method. It uses Rankine source distributions
with linear & nonlinear free surface conditions. Raised panel
approach is adopted for the treatment of nonlinear free surface
condition. The effects of trim & sinkage can be included. Viscous
flow calculation can be done with Wavis to predict viscous resistance
and nominal wake distribution at propeller plane. The cell-centered
finite-volume method is utilized to predict turbulent flow around
a hull form.
|| 2DYNAFS and 3DYNAFS are free surface
hydrodynamic modeling codes using the highly efficient Boundary
Element Method (BEM). User specified inputs for 2DYNAFS or 3DYNAFS
include: Initial boundaries geometry, fluid constants, ambient pressure
or driving pressure variations with time, gas equation of state
for bubbles and their internal initial pressure, gravitational constant
to compute the motion and deformation of all moving boundaries and
the resulting flow and pressure fields. Typical applications include:
explotions near bodies and ocean free surface. Waves generated by
by a body motion. Breaking Waves on a Sloped Beach. Bubbled deformat,ons
in non-uniform flow fields...
simulation software developed at The University of Iowa. The program
solves the incompressible Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS)
and continuity equations with a variety of turbulence models.
||Comet is a general
purpose code, which has been successfully applied to a very wide
range of different problems and has been extensivly applied to problems
related to naval hydrodinamics. Software features like free-surface
models, moving and sliding grids, different turbulence models, local
grid refinement, etc. make our package very suitable for study and
optimisation of ship resistance, propeller efficiency, hydrofoil
lift and drag characteristics, loadings on offshore constructions,
sloshing in thanks, or slamming.
||FANS is an on-going effort to integrate
state-of-the-art computational techniques, a Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes
(RANS) code with nonlinear free-surface capability, second-order
closure turbulence modeling, and integrated propeller flow modeling
- into a system for predicting near-field ship flows. The combination
of these methods provides a new level of realism for modeling the
flow field around a ship, including thick turbulent boundary layers,
separated flow, vortex generation and evolution, free surface effects,
and propeller/hull coupling.
||Fluvis is a viscous flow calculation
code which based on thin boundary layer approximation, according
to the theory of Cebeci. This code enables calculation of viscous
flow around a fully immerged body. The outputs are the flow field
(velocity and pressure) over the hull and the form factors of the
thin boundary layer.
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||A RANS solver from HSVA.
||Simulation of the steady, viscous
flow along the stern of a ship in cruising conditions is achieved
by use of the computer code Parnassos. The method is based on the
Navier-Stokes equations, supplemented by a turbulence model. Parnassos
does not model the free-surface waves and calculates the steady
incompressible viscous flow around a ship hull, at model scale or
full scale. It provides detailed information on the velocity and
pressure field around the hull, the wake field in the propeller
plane, the possible occurrence of flow separation, and the viscous
||The Subflo 2 code
has application to the preliminary design and analysis of submersible
configurations in unsteady motions. It can also be used for low-speed
unsteady aerodynamic analysis of configurations at high angles of
attack. Useful for submarine hydrodynamic characteristics, conceptual
and preliminary design and analysis, geometry-input simulations,
steady and unsteady 6-DOF maneuvers, high flow incidence angles
and large rotation rates, nonlinear vortex-induced forces and moments,
component forces and moments, flow field details.
||Tdyn is an environment
for fluid dynamics simulation, based on the numerical solution of
the incompressible and slightly compressible Navier-Stokes equations
using a stabilised finite element method. Tdyn includes different
modules that allow to solve Heat Transfer in both solid and fluids
, Turbulence, Advection of Speciesand Free Surface problems using
the same stabilised scheme mentioned above.
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