Ship propeller design: Full Scale at Full Speed with MMG propellers and Damen Marine Components

    Benoit Mallol     Webinar Recording     21.05.2019

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ACCURATE AND FAST

The demanding market situation combined with more stringent regulations require using the best available tools in both the design and evaluation process of the ship propeller.

Best tools means you can trust the accuracy of the result, get all the data you need from that result and ideally get to that result as fast as possible.

However, Identifying and solving for desired design criteria results in a complex optimization problem, especially as many criteria often having conflicting impacts.

Industry leaders Damen Marine Components and MMG propellers will walk you through how they’ve tackled ship propeller design challenges using NUMECA’s simulation solution, without compromise between robustness, accuracy and speed.

Quarterbacked by our NUMECA marine team, you’ll also gain valuable insights on the extremely easy-to-use workflow we've created thanks to the best practices implemented behind the scenes.  

 

DURING THIS WEBINAR WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO

  • Run accurate numerical predictions of the ship propulsion with FINE™/Marine. We will explore the different meshing techniques and modeling methods to represent a propeller, their advantages and drawbacks 
  • Predict global propulsion performances and local physical phenomenon like cavitation, ventilation, etc.
  • Go beyond the limits of standard deterministic approaches and take into account geometrical uncertainties while increasing the propulsion performances.

 

 

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Posted by Benoit Mallol

Benoit holds a master's degree in Mechanical and Numerical modeling from the University of Bordeaux (France) with a specialization in CFD dedicated to free surface flows. For more than 10 years, he has been working on unstructured meshing strategies and marine applications. As head of the marine group and head of the unstructured meshing group, Benoit drives the product roadmaps, acts as the CFD technical expert to support all our offices around the world and makes sure that the software remains the reference on the different markets.