Marine & Off-Shore
ESTECO technology supports the marine industry by enhancing performance of safer, more resistant and less expensive vessels, ship components and offshore platforms.
Our optimization framework enables engineers to improve ship design with better stress distribution, stability and hydrodynamics.
Applications of ESTECO technology in the Marine & Off-shore field
Companies as Azimut Benetti, Luna Rossa Challenge, Land Rover BAR and Petrobas use our technology for:
SHIPBUILDING & MARINE EQUIPMENT
- Marine propellers
- Hull hydrodynamics
- Rudder and bulb optimization
- Ship stabilizing fins
- Free-fall life boat
SAILING & YACHT
- America's Cup catamaran foils optimization
- A-Class catamaran foils optimization
- Olympic sail shape optimization
- Offshore platform design optimization
Featured Application of ESTECO technology in the Marine & Off-Shore field
To ensure an integrated design approach from the earliest stages of the catamaran design process, Luna Rossa Challenge Team adopts modeFRONTIER as its automation and numerical optimization tool of choice in view of their campaign of the 35th America's Cup.
The Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Unit of Genoa University work jointly with DETRA Custom Propellers and Azimut Benetti’s R&D Centre, using modeFRONTIER to optimize the design of a custom propeller for a high-speed Azimut Benetti 95 RPH yacht.
Tackling the complex problem of multiple variables, constraints and objectives, as well as a desire for a rational approach to the design process, Petrobras turned to modeFRONTIER to help them with the optimization study.
modeFRONTIER has been used to optimize the delivery of gas from the identified source locations to the target markets in different scenarios and geographical areas, providing to any project partner through the VOLTA web-based collaboration platform.
The webinar illustrates how the optimization process has been employed to enhance the shape of the sails for the Olympic sailboat classes designed and produced bt the Finnish company WB-Sails.
The webinar focuses on a reliability-based optimization method to statistically increase the safety of free fall lifeboats, which are typically used to evacuate passengers in oil platforms and large transport vessels.