05 December 2017 - 08 December 2017
Shanghai New International Expo Centre - Shanghai, China

Marintec China has become one of the most recognized maritime trade shows in Asia. It is an international marketplace with exhibitors showing their latest marine, ship design, offshore engineering and port technology and an important meeting place for the maritime industry professionals. FLOWTECH has participate in the exhibition on a regular basis since 2005 and it has become an important event for demonstrating the latest developments of SHIPFLOW to the visitors and to meet with our customers.

Welcome to visit us at the Swedish Pavilion, hall N1, stand no. N1H01.

Read more about the Maritime Conference and Exhibition at Website

Training GOTHENBURG 10-12 october 2017

Come and learn how to best use the SHIPFLOW Software!


Ship in short crested waves

Figure. Ship in short crested waves

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Training GOTHENBURG 17-19 SEPTEMBER 2018

Come and learn how to best use the SHIPFLOW Software!


Ship in short crested waves

Figure. Ship in short crested waves

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Nanjing Tianfu Software Co. Ltd organize together with FLOWTECH a two days seminar in Dalian China. The seminar will cover hull optimization and ship motions in waves using the CAESES and SHIPFLOW software. For more information see Link

Date: 8 - 9 May 2017

Location: Dalian China

Contact: NJTF for further information and registration


 SHIPFLOW 6.4.00

SHIPFLOW version 6.4.00 is now available for downloaded from our home page, Here are the major news:

  • Extended Result Reporting
  • Customizable automatic postprocessing
  • Added support for surface roughness effects
  • New appendages
  • New licensing system


New Services

FLOWTECH is introducing wider range of services for customers and companies looking for application of CFD methods to ship design. For more information visit Services.



Parametric roll

The video shows the motion of the DTC container ship experience parametric roll. The prediction was produced with the release 6.3 of SHIPFLOW MOTIONS.

In this simulation the wave encounter frequency is approximately twice the natural roll frequency and the wavelength of the encountering wave is approximately equal to the ship length. The ship was given an initial roll of one degree in order to trigger the roll. No viscous damping was added in this case.



FLOWTECH's staff actively works with research and applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics to ship hydrodynamics, propulsion, optimization. The results are often published in papers, articles and books, see: Complete list of publications .



Accelerate SHIPFLOW Simulations on Rescale

In this webinar we demonstrate how SHIPFLOW users can benefit from using Rescale’s on-demand, HPC cloud platform.

CFD is used extensively for the hydrodynamic design of ships, including evaluation of resistance, delivered power, added resistance, or even for automatic hull shape optimization. However, limited local computing resources and deadline constraints can limit the CFD scope for these projects. Whether working with a few large computations or many smaller computations in an optimization, access to additional resources in the cloud can be the solution.


Workshop and training

Shanghai, China April 18-20

propeller wake

FLOWTECH International arrange a workshop on ship performance optimization in Shanghai on April 20. It's preceded by a two days SHIPFLOW training course on April 18-19. Below follows further information about the content and how to register.

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Workshop on ship performance

 Seoul, Korea April 14, 2016

CFD applications

In this workshop we will demonstrate how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) can be used to optimize the ship performance. The first part of the workshop will cover computation of ship motions and added resistance in waves, and the second part will cover automatic shape optimization for minimum delivered power. The presenters will show examples of these applications and discuss how it can be implemented in the design process using the new efficient techniques in SHIPFLOW 6.

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