Development of Numerical Marine Basin for Ship and Ocean Engineering Flows - Prof. Wan Decheng, School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering
Project:  Development of Numerical Marine Basin for Ship and Ocean Engineering Flows
Abstract:  Numerical marine basin (NMB) is a generic name of numerical simulations for nonlinear free surface waves, current, hydrodynamic forces and floating body motions. The NMB can perform all functions of physical marine basin and offer an attractive alternative to solve the complex hydrodynamic problems. So far we have developed naoe-FOAM-SJTU module solver based on the integration tools in the context of the OpenFoam (Open Field Operation and Manipulation) as well as MParticle-SJTU solver based on meshless particle MPS method to solve the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations related to the complex violent flows happening in ship and ocean engineering. This project aims at developing CFD tools based on the naoe-FOAM-SJTU module solver and MParticle-SJTU solver in a comprehensive environment that will allow for a complete numerical modeling and simulation of floating bodies and ocean structures behavior both at full scale and in real sea conditions, including wave generation, wave damping and absorbing, wave-wave interaction, diffraction, radiation, wave-current interaction and floating body motion under mooring system. The proposed NMB will allow address every hydrodynamic problem in a coherent way and open a route to do both numerical hydrodynamic experiments and full hydrodynamic optimization of naval architecture and ocean engineering structures.
Contact:  CFD Group of Prof. Decheng Wan, School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

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