New York and London, October 17, 2005: CD-adapco will be exhibiting at the SNAME Marine Technology Conference & Expo and Ship Production Symposium, to be held October 19-21 in Houston, Texas at the George R. Brown Convention Center. SNAME (Society of Navel Architects and Marine Engineers) hosts this annual event which will offer technical papers and presentations on all applications of maritime and offshore technology.
Dr. Stephen McILwain from CD-adapco will be giving a presentation on Friday, October 21^st at 9 a.m. entitled “The Advancing Role of Computational Fluid Dynamics in Computer-Aided Engineering for Ship Design” where advantages of new software technology and application examples will be demonstrated.
You are also invited to visit CD-adapco in Booth 434 in the exhibition area. We will be showcasing our capabilities in a variety of marine and offshore applications including wave loading on offshore and underwater structures, ship safety and accident survivability, sloshing, slamming and green-water phenomena, oil and pollutant dispersion, propulsion system optimization and more. Stop by to see how STAR-CD was used in the development of the Earthrace powerboat.
<>Having worked with most of the leading architects, designers and manufacturers in the marine and offshore industries, CD-adapco feels confident we can help you achieve your goals in an area that is growing so rapidly and achieving world-wide interest.
CD-adapco is the leading global provider of full-spectrum engineering simulation (CAE) solutions for fluid flow, heat transfer and stress, including Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software, CAD-embedded CFD options, and CAE consulting services and training. Its principal offices are in New York, London and Yokohama with subsidiary offices across the world.