White Paper: Simulation-driven ship design enhances sustainability

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Simulation-driven ship design enhances sustainability

The marine industry faces a pivotal moment as it undergoes a monumental shift from fossil fuels to emission-neutral solutions as mandated by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

Simultaneously, digitalization has emerged as a disruptive force, with simulation-driven ship design (SDSD) replacing outdated design approaches. SDSD integrates multiphysics simulation tools, offering high-level automation.

Positioned to revolutionize the industry, SDSD addresses challenges in alternative powering solutions and green corridors, the infrastructure enabling green transformation.

This white paper describes the challenges and solutions in the marine industry from conventional alternative fuels to after-treatment and nuclear energy propulsion.

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