Underwater drift calculations have long been a challenging task for experts in the maritime and offshore sectors. With a lack of boundary conditions, an array of modeling options, and a high level of complexity, it takes true expertise to calculate and simulate underwater currents with precision. That's where Corvus Works comes in, a company with the necessary know-how to tackle this tricky problem.
Thanks to the world's largest seabed database dbSEABED and numerous cooperation partners, Corvus Works can provide specific calculations for underwater currents. The experts at the company determine the necessary forces through both numerical and experimental methods, then use this information to determine exact boundary conditions. This means they can calculate the drift for any object, no matter the size or shape.
One of the most significant advantages of working with Corvus Works is their comprehensive, detailed, and accurate calculation of the most important forces. With a team of specialists in fluid mechanics, marine engineering, and program and model development, Corvus Works has the expertise needed to deliver precise results.
Visualisation of all available data in GIS maps is another powerful feature of Corvus Works' service. Clients can see all available data in an easy-to-understand format, allowing them to make informed decisions about their projects.
Corvus Works also has an in-house calculation program, UXOmob for Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) movement and burial depth. This capability sets Corvus Works apart from other companies, making them the ideal choice for projects that require this level of expertise.
The company's numerous cooperation partners in the maritime and offshore sectors further enhance their capabilities. This network allows Corvus Works to tap into a vast array of resources, ensuring that they have access to the latest and most accurate data.
Corvus Works' service has a wide range of applications. They offer numerous evaluation options through targeted calculation and simulation according to customer requirements. The company is currently working on several projects, including the calculation of drift and mobilisation in the sea with dbSEABED bottom data, the drift of crash parts, and the movement of objects under consideration of different forces such as friction, adhesion, buoyancy, resistance, etc.