Speeding to Answers in Ship Design

 

Ship Sway

 

 

Operating between two powerful forces – water and air – the ships that travel the world’s waterways face constantly changing conditions. CFD simulation of these complex interactions is essential, but analyzing these highly unsteady ship models, with their heavy data volumes, is made even more challenging by limited resources and small budgets.

No matter what CFD solver you use, harness the full value of your data with FieldView. With the industry’s fastest post-processing and interpretation capabilities, FieldView lets you easily visualize the flows within your design, interact with the data, compare results, and get to vital insights and accurate answers fast.

  • Hull, stabilizer design
  • Propulsion
  • Acoustics & noise reduction
  • Sloshing and slamming
  • Superstructures aerodynamics
  • Racing yachts – hull design, sail design & configuration

FieldView’s advanced visualization tools bring your designs to vivid life for in-depth interrogation. Creating compelling images, animations, and presentations is nearly effortless.

Take advantage of FieldView’s powerfully productive data management techniques to create extract databases (XDBs) that significantly reduce analysis time and storage requirements. Use XDBs with FieldView sweep caching to interactively sweep through time-steps at extremely fast rates.

FieldView’s simple, flexible automation tools help you tackle repetitive tasks, generate reports, and embed best practices for maximum efficiency.

Readily scalable to seamlessly handle datasets of any size, even billions of nodes, FieldView leverages today’s HPC resources whether on a desktop, cluster, or the cloud. Run multiple cases concurrently using batch processing or scale up with parallel processing to increase capacity and throughput, and reduce turnaround time.

Intelligent Light surrounds FieldView with a full complement of services: from training to software customization. And through our Applied Research Group, our advanced CFD practice, Intelligent Light clients can access leading CFD experts in their domain for a full range of CFD projects, support and counsel.

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Ship Sway

Top view of ship sway simulation.

 
 

“FieldView is used to support our roles as CFD practitioners and developers of both software and methods.”

Steve Karman, research professor, Ph.D., University of Tennessee SimCenter at Chattanooga

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