The principle challenge in doing this is maintaining and achieving the reliability and desired accuracy of such analysis within realistic time frame. To achieve such measures, the team has undertaken the task of performing the analysis of existing proven design with the numerical methods (CFD) and verifying them with available experimental results.
The recent launch of navy tug ‘Bolko’ marks an important milestone in NED-Project’s history. It is the first in a series of six on an order from the Ministry of Defence, and also first developed with the help of enhanced reality design tools.
NED-Project has worked with partners to develop two vessels designed to behave perfectly in heavy ice conditions. Thorough research and the use of state-of-the-art technologies resulted in brand new hull shapes, precisely optimized for their task.
We believe that a synergy between the designers and the investor, and the end user leads to a successful design. Our cooperation with Gdańsk Maritime Institute lead to the conception of TRIMOR – a functional and reliable research vessel.
The accident of the cruise ship Costa Concordia in January 2013 cost the lives of over 30 people and shook the entire world. NED-Project contributed to retrieving the cruise ship, which was the beginning of our activity in the field of salvage.