This course, intended for ship, yacht and small craft designers, covers the foundations of NURBS-based hull surface modelling, including hydrostatics concepts of displacement, buoyancy and waterplanes. From concept sketch to assessing hull fairness, different hull types are reviewed: fairbody sailing hull, hard-chine, bulbous-bow displacement.
Foundations of modelling and fairing techniques
Rhino’s highfield image
Sections, hull lines plan
Introduction to SubDivision modelling in relation to hull design
Software of reference: Rhino3D, Orca3D Course venue / delivery mode: live web sessions Duration : 5 x 2 hours, total 10 hours Prerequisites : basic knowledge of Rhino3D (any version), understanding of basic hydrostatics Instructor: Stéphane Dardel, naval architect Course Language : English (French and Italian supported)
Cost: 900€ per participant. A minimum of 2 registered attendees is required to maintain the course. Registration: please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Dates: 22-25 March 2021, 9AM-11AM daily
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