Drawing upon its solid naval architect background, technical expertise, and innovative thinking, the firm provides its diverse, global clientele with truly comprehensive naval architecture & yacht design services.
From conception and development to manufacturing, testing, and certification our portfolio of yacht designs will accommodate your needs.
Whether the firm is working on a high-speed craft, a motor yacht, or any vessel in between, Ocean5’s offers a computational, integrated approach focusing on innovative, sensible yacht design services, ensuring each project will realize its true potential.
Ocean5 is a leading provider of 3D Scanning, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Construction Services, Finite Element Analysis, Marine Systems, Hulls & Structural Design, Stability Analysis, Testing & Seakeeping services.
3D Scanning: 3D scanners are the tools that engineers use to measure, angle, design, and remodel a scale. This method is far more efficient than previous labor intensive methods of hand lofting used in the past.
Computational Fluid Dynamics: a digital system that allows one to calculate appendage drag resistance, hull optimization, and hull analysis. Using this system reduces the risk of stepped hulls and further complications.
Finite Element Analysis: a numerical method of solving that engineers use to break a larger system into smaller finite elements. Once the larger elements are broken down , they can be solved more easily using.
Marine Systems: an electrical installation process of propulsion, transmission, drivelines, HVAC integration, steering, bowthrusters, as well as power generation and auxiliary machinary.
Hulls & Structural Design : the end result of design integration using hydrostatics,stability, seakeeping, and powering options. Structural design is crucial to the safety of a seacraft which involves the design of aluminum steel, wood structures, and other fiber composites.
Stability Analysis: based upon the given project to determine the vertical center of gravity. It involves the consideration of the watertight compartments and conditions that to boat is to be ran upon. This involves a series of experiments and tests.
Testing & Seakeeping: Using virtual sea trials, material strength analysis and small scale tank testing. These configurations are used to accurately analyze frequencies, wavenumbers, amplitudes and phase angles.