Marine Performance Engineering

Increasingly stringent emission standards and regulations are forcing improvement in all aspects of ship performance. Successfully achieving performance targets requires innovative designs to be effectively delivered in short time frames. Our solutions enable you to examine almost every aspect of ship design and meet and exceed required design standards.

Increasingly stringent emission standards and regulations are forcing improvement in all aspects of ship performance. Successfully achieving performance targets requires innovative designs to be effectively delivered in short time frames. Our solutions enable you to examine almost every aspect of ship design and meet and exceed required design standards.

Performance Engineering for Marine trial

Optimize complete performance with ship design software

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The marine industry faces a number of major challenges including new regulations aimed at reducing environmental footprint, an over-supplied market leading to low margins and tight competition, and design methods that are no longer fit for purpose, making rapid innovation difficult to achieve. Overcoming the latter is vital to success in the other challenges.

Developing the next generation of ships and improving the efficiency of the existing fleet requires an integrated approach to design. Traditional design-test-build methodologies are expensive, time-consuming, and fail to predict accurately how the complete vessel and its systems will behave under real-world operating conditions. Naval architects need to deliver large efficiency improvements in short time frames, which cannot be realized with existing design methodologies.

Innovative companies are using simulation-driven design methods to rapidly test multiple options and explore the complete vessel operating space. We help you achieve your design goals faster by providing an unparalleled portfolio of solutions for predictive engineering analytics: the application of multidisciplinary simulation, supported by testing and benchmarking, combined with intelligent reporting and data analytics. Our solutions include software, physical testing, and engineering services, enabling you to meet and exceed efficiency requirements. Use these solutions as part of your complete product lifecycle management system.

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Becker Marine Systems

Leading developer of innovative devices for marine industry uses Simcenter STAR-CCM+ to develop energy-saving Becker Mewis Duct

Becker Marine helps ship owners realize up to 6 percent annual fuel savings by using Siemens Digital Industries Software

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Using CFD to evaluate ship hull performance in realistic sea conditions

Using CFD to evaluate ship hull performance in realistic sea conditions

Guest Presenter: David Frisk, FS Dynamics

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Tomorrow’s power, today: optimizing marine engine performance with system simulation

Tomorrow’s power, today: optimizing marine engine performance with system simulation

This webinar introduces the use of system simulation for ship internal combustion engine design. Learn how 1D simulation is used to frontload ship main engine designs. This means you can understand marine engine performance, consider complex systems, and assess alternative fuel types and configurations from your early planning stages.