Shipflow Example

Shipflow is a Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver that is specifically tailored for the motion and context of ships. Simulations are generally run on Shipflow to optimize the hydrodynamic properties and efficiencies of a ship. It includes potential flow and thin boundary layer solvers as well as viscous flow solvers for hull interaction.

This is an example of CFD analysis using the Shipflow module XCHAP on Rescale.

Simulation CodeShipflow 6.3.0
Analysis TypeCFD
DescriptionCFD Analysis on the Hamburg tutorial example using Shipflow on Rescale
Suggested HardwareTitanium / 8 cores
sed -i "s|\$HOME|$HOME|" hamb_def; shipflow hamb_def
Estimated Run Time9 minutes