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Hexagon’s CAD/CAM Software For Ship Models And Propellers

The Bulgarian Ship Hydrodynamics Centre uses Hexagon Software to design and manufacture ship models and propellers for a variety of applications.


The Bulgarian Ship Hydrodynamics Centre (BSHC), part of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IMSTCHA-BAS), is a national fundamental and applied-science research centre that uses physical and numerical modelling to solve scientific and practical problems.

The centre’s work focuses on fields such as shipbuilding, hydrodynamics, aerodynamics, water transport, ocean and coastal engineering, ecology, and national security and defence. The production of ship models for hydrodynamic tests is a key aspect of the overall operation of hydrodynamics research facilities.

As practical research requires the development of accurate digital models, the centre needed software that could provide a strong foundation for modelling and manufacturing water and air propellers, as well as struts, brackets, rudders, wings, and other components.

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