Innovation & Quality

Business and Technical Adaptivity in Marine CFD Simulations Bridging the Gap

The paper describes progress in software and business solutions for advanced CFD applications.

Integrated "CFD - Acoustic" Computational Approach to the simulation of aircraft fan noise

An innovative computational approach, integrating mesh generation, CFD simultaneous analysis of noise source and propagation, with acoustic radiation, is presented and applied to the simulation of the Advanced Noise Control Fan (ANCF) developed by NASA Glenn Research Center.

Influence of the Turbulence Closures for the Wake Prediction of a Marine Propeller

Results of computational fluid dynamics validation for flow around a marine propeller are presented.

Side Mirror Noise with Adaptive Spectral Reconstruction

A new method called Adaptive Spectral Reconstruction (ASR) for thestochastic reconstruction of broadband aeroacoustic sources starting from steady CFD analyses is presented and applied to the evaluation of the noise radiated by a model automotive side mirror.

Resistance and Seakeeping CFD simulations for the Korean container ship

This paper is focused on RANS simulations of Case 2.1 and Case 2.10 of the Tokyo 2015 workshop. 

Verification and validation of resistance and propulsion computation

This paper is devoted to the verification and validation exercises with the FINE™/Marine software conducted for the Tokyo 2015 workshop.

Investigation of Ropax Ferry Performance in the Cloud

Calculating the calm water resistance of a modern Ropax hullform. All simulations were run using version 5.1 of NUMECA’s FINE™/Marine software.

Accurate impeller-volute interaction in Turbochargers

Turbochargers are currently ubiquitous in automobiles. It is nearly impossible to find a new Diesel vehicle without turbocharging and direct injection. Gasoline cars have been also following suit for the past few years. Regulations are pushing for lower emissions and the way to achieve this has been downsizing and using turbocharging to offset the lower power density of a smaller motor.

Prediction of Barehull Resistance Curve of a Day-Cruise Ship in the Cloud

NUMECA partnering with CPU24-7 and the UberCloud open new era of “One-Stop-Solution” where advanced CFD simulation on HPC is made possible in integrated and cost-efficient way.

Modeling the Rotor-Stator interface in steady turbomachinery simulations

The goal of turbomachinery CFD simulations is to predict flow behavior in adjacent rotating and non-rotating blade rows. The link between these rotating and stationary frames of reference is called the Rotor-Stator interface.

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