Hull Design & CFD

CFD Laboratory

CFD means Computational Fluid Dynamic, is a set of algorithms used for modeling and simulating the flow of fluids.

It provides a quantitative prediction of fluid flow and gives to naval architects availability of a “ virtual towing tank laboratory”, shortening design time.

Verme Projects use and offers this instrument to:

Predict and Optimize Hull resistance

Resistance is one of the important areas that has to be taken into account in ship hull development.
With Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis our team has developed several projects, some of which have won awards, also allowing us to have a historical archive of fundamental importance

Choose Best Stabilization System

Starting from an all-round analysis of ship motions, with math models and a database of previous experiences, we design stabilization systems (fins, flaps, interceptors) that maximize comfort on board and reduce resistance to motion.

Fit Propeller with Hull propeller interaction

Using the latest CFD tools we can test different propeller profiles and geometry in order to optimise the design according to the hull geometry and the ship performance.

 

Exhaust gas simulation

In order to estimate and evaluate the engine gas exhaust to limit noise and backpressure and to optimize each client request we create and analyze models with CFD support

 

 

Solve complex air conditioning problems

Our team can evaluate and optimize the air conditioning system, evaluate and prevent possible problems such as condensation on the wheelhouse windshield.

 

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