Numerical Propulsion Simulation
Numerical Propulsion Simulation

Numerical Simulation - Simulation and success instead of trial and error

At MMG the digital twin supports the technical development on its path to success. The consequent application of modern simulation methods in the development process and manufacturing are the driver for quality, on time delivery and satisfied customers.

Simulation Propulsion escap

Fluid dynamics

The hydrodynamic analyses of propeller with computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is the key to success in the design. Mecklenburger Metallguss uses RANS and LES methods to have insight into all the details of ship hydrodynamics from propulsion to cavitation and beyond. We use these possibilities to optimize our propellers and impellers offering a unique design.

Structural and vibrational analysis

Modern dimensioning of parts based on FEA is everyday life at MMG. In addition we. In this way, we guarantee that resources in product development are used optimally and in line with requirements.

Simulation Casting Propeller

Casting simulation

The cast production of large components must not result in trial and error. Therefore, the production of complex cast parts includes a numerical simulation of the casting behaviour before it becomes hot. We ensure the quality of the product and delivery schedule.

Milling and Path planning

A precision manufacturing needs a good planning. MMG uses modern CAM-Software to develop the milling routines and the path planning for additive manufacturing. It is our aim to distribute products which are built as designed.

Numerical Propulsion Simulation
Numerical Propulsion Simulation
PAL1437 CFD Demo v2
CFD demo of a fixed pitch propeller
Simulation FEM Propeller Saugseite
FEM simulation of a propeller blade - suction side
Simulation FEM Propeller Druckseite
FEM simulation of a propeller blade - pressure side
Simulation Noise Propeller
Simulation of the noise emission of a propeller
Ballastwasserreaktor Füllung Geschwindigkeit
Ballast water reactor: Velocity of the melt during casting
Verstellpropellerfluegel Flaechenvergleich
Surface comparison of a controllable pitch propeller blade during milling
Roboterschleifen KUKA VP6
Automated grinding of a variable pitch propeller blade by a robot

Your contact

Dr Lars Greitsch

Dr.-Ing. Lars Greitsch

(Managing Director)
(Head of Research & Innovation)

+49 (0)3991 736-225

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