SHIPFLOW training at the IBIS Ambassador Busan City Centre from March 19 to 21, 2014.

Develop as a SHIPFLOW user — come to our training in Busan.

The training is divided into two parts, Public and Special Training. The schedule will be announced a few weeks before the event.

The Public Training is aimed at beginner at SHIPFLOW but also at anyone whom would like to repeat and deepen their knowledge about SHIPFLOW.

The Special Training is aimed at the experienced SHIPFLOW user that wishes to deepen their knowledge.

The training is included in the maintenance and support program. This means maximum two people free of charge per license which has valid maintenance and support.

The course fee for participants that are not part of our maintenance and support program is 8 000 SEK for the public training and 4 000 SEK for the special training.

If you are interested in participating please write an e-mail to stating the name, organisation, e-mail address and phone number of the trainee.




March 19

March 20

March 21

Introduction to SHIPFLOW

XBOUND — boundary layer flow
Streamlines T6.1
Frictional Resistance

Self-propulsion TA1.1

User interface
Import of geometry T1.1-3

Optimization of wave resistance
XCHAP — viscous flow

Appendage modelling TA4.1

Project management
File structure
Import of CGNS, offset and configuration files T1.4
Parameters, variants, design engines

Resistance and wake T7.1-6
 - Automatic grid generation
 - Post-processing

Optimization of performance

XPAN — potential flow
Wave resistance T2.1-2
Dynamic sinkage and trim
Automatic/manual panellization T2.3

 - Double model / free-surface flow

 - Grid customization

Special application

 - Drift, steady rotation

 - Shallow water


Appendage: adding a rudder T7.7



Ibis Ambassador Busan City Centre

Address: 573-7, Bujeon-dong, Busanjin-gu, Busan

Phone: +82 51-930-1100

Free parking available at the hotel.


Each participant will need to bring one laptop to do the training exercises with. Preferably a 64bit computer with either Windows or Linux operating system.

The schedule is from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm with breaks for coffee and lunch. Training material, necessary software and licenses, coffee/tee brakes and lunches are included.

To register please e-mail