Steady / unsteady aerodynamics
Using state of the art numerical simulations, A2V is able to accurately predict the aerodynamic behavior
of complex shapes, in both steady and unsteady conditions.
High speed hull resistance prediction
The simulation of high speed stepped planing hulls is solved by means
of FINE/Marine, from NUMECA in order to get accurate prediction of hull resistance.
High speed seakeeping
The dynamic response in seaway of our boats,
is predicted thanks to a strong coupling of the RANSE code FINE/Marine with our
in-house aerodynamic model.
Surface piercing propeller
The challenging numerical simulation of surface piercing propellers is currently under development
in order to improve our understanding of this promising propulsion system and its interaction with the boat’s behavior.
Unsteady aerodynamics of wing in ground-effect
Using intensive systematic CFD simulations, the A2V team has developed a fully unsteady
aerodynamic model for wing in ground effect.
Hydrodynamic model of stepped planing hulls
Our in house hydrodynamic model for stepped hulls solves the hydrodynamic behavior in both frequency and time domain.
Our 2 DOF seakeeping simulator couples the semi-empirical
hydrodynamic model with the aerodynamic model.
A user-friendly manoeuvering simulator is able to simulate boat-landing approaches
and low speed manoeuvers in general. It can be implemented in virtual reality simulators for training purposes.
Hull shape design
The A2V knowledge in naval architecture allows us to develop innovative hull shapes
in order to increase fuel efficiency and comfort at high speed.
Detailed aerodynamic design is the key to maximize the aerodynamic alleviation efficiency.