Join us for our free webinar “CFD-Driven Shape Optimization of a Globe Valve: An Industrial Case” on October 27, 2021 at 11:00 am CEST. In this webinar, FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS joins forces with GEMÜ and SimScale to showcase the automated design exploration and optimization of a globe valve.
A new paper on “Application of Radial Basis Functions for Partially-Parametric Modeling and Principal Component Analysis for Faster Hydrodynamic Optimization of a Catamaran” by FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS authors Stefan Harries and Sebastian Uharek has been published in the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (JSME) – Special Issue: Hydrodynamic Design of Ships.
Shape morphing allows you to easily import an existing geometry model and reshape your design with regards to the flow and structural performance. Read this blog post for a comparison of the different morphing approaches in CAESES 5 and how it offers intuitive and exact shape modifications that can be set up in a matter of minutes.
Joint the T&R presentation by the SNAME (Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers) on the “Holistic Design of an Offshore Support Vessel – Parametric Arrangement and Optimization for Damage Stability” held on Wednesday, 22nd September 2021. The webinar will…
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We are excited to be a sponsor of the Fourth International Conference in Numerical and Experimental Aerodynamics of Road Vehicles and Trains.
In collaboration with a team of engineers at Plastic Omnium a study on a “Numerical Optimization Thanks to Aerodynamic Data Measured on Wind Tunnel Around a Reduced Scale Model of a Ground Vehicle” was conducted, which will be presented at the conference.
Meet us at the COMPIT 2021. The paper “Parametric Modeling and Hydrodynamic Optimization of an Electric Catamaran Ferry based on Radial Basis Functions for an Intuitive Set-up” will be presented.
In this blog post, problematic dynamic instabilities in the operation of the baseline poppet valve were investigated and effectively solved by setting up an automated workflow with CAESES® and SimericsMP®.
The present case study investigates a hypothetical intake duct geometry for a TBCC propulsion system, which channels high-speed air from the freestream into the engine and converts the dynamic energy into high pressure by making use of a series of compression shocks.