Webinar: Orca3D Marine CFD Simulation
Join us for a webinar on January 9, 2018 at 9:00 AM EDT (3:00 PM Central European)read more +
Orca3D Marine CFD brings the power of Computational Fluid Dynamics to naval architects for resistance and propulsion analyses, without the need to become a CFD specialist. Now you can easily analyze the hydrodynamic performance of your displacement and planing hull designs with confidence in the results. Both monohulls and multihulls can be explored, and the effects of local design features including steps, flaps, trim tabs, foils, and other appendages can be investigated with high fidelity. With Orca3D Marine CFD, it takes just minutes to set up and start an analysis, and it is practical to run on ordinary engineering laptops or desktops.
This webinar will begin by quickly setting up and starting an analysis, followed by a more detailed look at the steps involved. Benchmark results will be presented, both by our naval architects and an Orca3D Marine CFD user, and techniques will be shown to assure that your results are reliable. Finally, the initial analysis will be revisited, to demonstrate how data can be visualized, plotted, and exported.
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Simerics at HI 2017 Fall Conference
Simerics is one of the sponsors at HI 2017 Fall Conference. For the first time, the Hydraulic Institute (HI) is co-locating its 2017 Fall Conference with the Fluid Sealing Association (FSA) Fall Meeting. The meeting is being held October 23 – 26, 2017 at Renaissance Worthington, Fort Worth, TX. Please visit our booth at HI 2017 Fall Conference!
Simerics at SNAME 2017
Simerics will be an exhibitor at SNAME Maritime Convention 2017 which will be held Oct 24-28, 2017 at Hyatt Regency Houston. SNAME is an internationally recognized non-profit, professional society of individual members from more than 85 countries, serving the maritime and offshore industries and their suppliers.
To learn about Simerics’ latest developments for Marine industry, please visit us at booth number 207!
SIMERICS at ASME/BATH FPMC
Simerics will be a sponsor at ASME/BATH FPMC. ASME/BATH FPMC is a Symposium on Fluid Power and Motion Control organized by the Fluid Power Systems & Technology Division (FPST) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and The University of Bath Centre for Power Transmission and Motion Control (PTMC). This year it will be held October 16-19 in Sarasota, FL. Please visit our booth to learn about the latest developments from Simerics.
Norwegian Maritime Museum, Simerics, and Orca3D Partner to Analyze Ancient Norwegian Sailboats
Orca3D Marine CFD enables Norwegian Archeologists to simulate the performance of ancient boats using CFD software
BELLEVUE, WA May 9 2017 – Simerics and Orca3D, who have worked together to develop Orca3D Marine CFD, are collaborating with the Norwegian Maritime Museum (NMM) to analyze historic Norwegian boats. Starting in 2008, the NMM excavated 15 shipwrecked boats on a large quay in Bjørvika, Oslo. The majority of the boats date to the late 16th century. This excavation is the largest shipwreck study in Scandinavia since the 1930s. The NMM Archeologists can now use Orca3D Marine CFD to better understand the performance of these boats without the need to become a CFD specialist.
By working together, Simerics, Inc. and Orca3D have enabled NMM Archeologists to learn about the boats and the society that the boats came from, to better understand both.read more +
“The Barcode boats are not sleek, fast looking sailboats. They were probably for carrying cargo. Therefore, it will be fascinating to see how they actually moved through the water. We will also be able to compare the Barcode boats to other boats of a similar era and other boats from similar locations,” said Sarah Fawsitt, Archeologists, NMM. “We are very excited to use Orca3D Marine CFD simulation to add another dimension to our understanding of how these ancient ships actually moved in the water.”
“Orca3D Marine CFD is providing additional knowledge about these boats and the people that were involved through the team at NMM,” said Rich Moore, Vice President Business Development, Simerics.
About the Norwegian Maritime Museum
The Norwegian Maritime Museum is a national museum with responsibility for collecting, researching, and disseminating maritime heritage and is located in Oslo, Norway. The museum covers a wide array of maritime topics, such as the technical conventions of sea transport, the life and destiny of sailors at sea through history, and has a collection of traditional Norwegian boats. The museum has a diverse and multidisciplinary research environment employing archaeologists, historians, conservators, art historians, and anthropologists. To learn more please visit http://marmuseum.no/
About Simerics, Inc.
Simerics is headquartered in Bellevue, WA and is a leading supplier of CFD simulation software to several vertical industries. In addition to Marine, Simerics has vertical solutions in Auto; Aerospace; Pumps; Valves; Compressors; Heat Exchangers; and Electronics and general CFD solutions. For more information please visit http://www.simerics.com/
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