[22 Aug 2012] Ship resistance prediction for naval vessels is challenging due to free-surface effects and very high Reynolds numbers. The accuracy and reduced cell count provided by structured meshes are nearly a prerequisite for these applications. In this webinar we will demonstrate how to create a structured mesh suitable for low Froude number ship resistance predictions on the U.S. Navy Surface Combatant DTMB 5415 ship hull.
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|Webinar Video File||MP4||Pointwise-Webinar-Structured-Meshing-for-Low-Speed-Ship-Maneuvering-Simulations.mp4||3400|
|Pointwise Project File||PW||DTMB5415-Mesh.pw||7|
Structured Meshing for Low-Speed Ship Maneuvering Simulations is also now available on YouTube.
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