Innovation & Quality

Classroom training: FINE™/Marine

Who should attend

New NUMECA users, engineers, designers.

 

Overview

FINE™/Marine, the leading CFD software for naval architects and marine engineers, offers high accuracy flow simulation results on arbitrary and complex geometries, leading to shorter design cycles.

 

What you will learn

In the introductory training:

  • All the fundamentals to start with the interface for the first time
  • The essential elements to perform resistance applications from the CAD import to the analysis of the results

 In the advanced training:

  • Automation tools
  • Interesting methods for dynamic mesh refinements and interpolation techniques
  • User-defined programs for advanced simulation
  • Particular propulsion and seekeeping setups

 

Next training

  • NOVEMBER 14, 2019

 

Venue: 

NUMECA International offices

Chaussée de la Hulpe 189 Terhulpse Steenweg

1170 Brussels - Belgium

 

If you are interested by any particular advanced topics, let us know in advance so that we can add your specific requirements.

 

To register please send us an email at info@numeca.com.

Topics covered

Introductory training 

Day 1

                           

  • Project architecture
  • Meshing fundamentals
  • CAD import and domain creation
  • Meshing guidelines for marine applications
  • Practice: mesh generation for a fully appended hull
  • Hydrostatic calculations        

Day 2

 

  • Guidelines for project setup
  • Practice: setup and launch a fully appended hull resistance calculation
  • Task management,and monitoring
  • C-Wizard: automated project setup for resistance computations
  • Setup of mono-fluid cases: wind studies or underwater vehicles

Day 3

  • Results analysis tool
  • Post processing of steady simulations
  • Post-processing of unsteady cases with animations.
  • Wake flow analysis, forces by section and other analysis tools.
  • Python scripting with practical examples
  • Shallow water guidelines
  • Open questions

Advanced training

Optional

 Day 4 and/or Day 5

Possible topics include:

  • Propulsion: actuator disk & sliding grids, self-propulsion
  • Seakeeping
  • Dynamic libraries for user-defined programs
  • Python scripting
  • Adaptive grid refinement technique
  • Overset grids