Dynamic Systems Modelling
Co-simulation of multi-body dynamic systems
Stirling Dynamics is skilled in modelling multi-disciplinary systems and multi-body system motion dynamics across the marine sector.
Modelling complex multi-body systems
Stirling Dynamics has a long history of modelling dynamic systems in the marine domain, including a diverse range of surface and sub-surface platforms, cable towed vehicles/devices, and hydraulically and electrically operated actuators. We employ a wide set of techniques, from first principle physical considerations, empirically based and system identification methods, to sophisticated finite-element and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analyses to capture the physical behaviour required to model complex multi-body systems.Find out more
Computational fluid dynamics
Trusted performance predictions for better design decisions
Stirling Dynamics’ computational fluid dynamic (CFD) capability is utilised across a wide range of applications within the marine sector to model both external and internal flow characteristics. We have extensive experience in modelling and analysis of hydrodynamic properties for a variety of surface and submerged bodies. These include submarines, propulsion systems and towed devices, a capability applicable to both manned and unmanned vehicles.Download our flyer
Advanced modelling environments
From industry-standard CAE tools to bespoke models
We can implement our models using a range of modelling environments from industry-standard CAE tools to bespoke models in MATLAB/Simulink, to standalone real-time software models for hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing and training simulations.
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