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NAV 2018 Call for papers NAV 2018 Call for papers

NAV 2018 will take place in Trieste, June 20-22. During the conference paper presentations will be given in parallel sessions and in conjunction with specic workshops. Deadline for submission of abstracts is November 30, 2017.


Surge decay simulations of a semi-submersible floating offshore wind turbine
The OC5 project was focused on the validation of numerical simulations of the DeepCwind semi-submersible floating wind turbine with experimental data obtained from physical tests. In this paper the focus lies on the prediction of the hydrodynamic damping for surge motion.
Meet MARIN at SNAME, Houston, October 24-28
There is again a chance to meet us at the SNAME Maritime Convention, this year in Houston. Join us at stand 301 to discuss the latest developments in maritime research.
Verification and validation study of CFD simulations for the flow around a tug
For tug designers it is of significant importance to correctly predict the performance of new designs. These predictions are frequently performed using free running or captive model tests. Using CFD can be an alternative approach.