Design of High-Performance Ships using Simulations
Simulation-based design increasingly replaces traditional experience-based design. This article gives an overview of techniques now used in advanced industry practice, with particular focus on navy applications. The article covers the basics of the techniques, illustrating approaches and state of the art with applications taken from the experience of Germanischer Lloyd.
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