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Posted on June 17th, 2013

The 30th Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics will be held in Hobart, Australia, from Sunday, Nov. 2, through Friday, Nov. 7, 2014. The symposium will be hosted by the Australian Maritime College of the University of Tasmania.   * required fields

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Posted on March 15th, 2012

Government United States Navy Office of Naval Research Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division Naval Surface Warfare Center, Coastal Systems Station Naval Undersea Warfare Center Academic/University University of Iowa, IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Center for Multiphase Research Department of Ocean Engineering Lab for Ship and Platform Flows, MIT Ocean Physics Laboratory, University of […]

CFD Code

Posted on March 15th, 2012

CFDShip-Iowa CFDShip-Iowa is general-purpose computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation software developed at the University of Iowa’s IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering. CFDShip-Iowa represents, in part, deliverables for sponsored research funding from the Office of Naval Research. CFDShip-Iowa has been a leading ship hydrodynamics CFD code for more than 20 years. The code has been verified and validated for […]

IIHR Ship Hydro Collaborations

Posted on March 15th, 2012

Office of Naval Research (ONR) Global National International Cooperative Opportunities in Science and Technology Program (NICOP) Projects: BSHC: Hydrodynamic Interaction Between Delft372 Catamaran and Traffic Ship In Calm Water and Waves; Evgeni Milanov; 2013–16 Force/Dmi: Experimental and Cfd Study of Added Resistance for Ships in Regular Waves Including Effects of Model Size and Heading; Claus […]


Posted on March 13th, 2012

Since 1948, IIHR has been an important player in enhancing U.S. naval ship performance through front-line research in hydrodynamics. IIHR’s unique combination of resources, facilities, and top researchers promises an ongoing leading role for the University of Iowa in naval ship hydrodynamics. IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering at the University of Iowa is leading a revolution in […]