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Rapid Structural Modeling
MAESTRO’s modeling paradigm is organized to rapidly generate a finite element model of an entire ship. Using high level building blocks, MAESTRO can leverage longitudinal uniformity typically found within portions of a ship.
Finite Mesh Analysis
MAESTRO’s Fine Mesh module allows users to automatically create refined 3-D finite element analysis models.
Comprehensive Structural Evaluation
MAESTRO is capable of performing an automatic failure evaluation of all of the principal structural members of a finite element model.
Ship Based Loading
MAESTRO allows for many different ship-based loading patterns so that it is able to accurately model all necessary load cases.
The MAESTRO Wave module provides the ship designer with an integrated frequency and time domain computational tool to predict the motions and wave loads of floating structures.
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At MAESTRO’s core, it is a structural design tool specifically developed to suit the needs of ship designers and naval architects. This is achieved by its ability to rapidly generate finite element models of enitre ships.
Use MAESTRO’s finite element analysis (FEA) tools to calculate displacements and stresses of any portion of your MAESTRO global model.
MAESTRO automatically performs a failure evaluation of the principal structural members of a model. This structural evaluation framework allows for additional design criteria to be easily implemented into models as needed.
Developed for the naval architect
For over 30 years, Maestro Marine LLC has served a worldwide user base in hull form design, ship structures, resistance and powering analysis, stability calculations, hydrodynamic predictions, as well as seakeeping and maneuvering analyses. Using internally developed and commercially available design tools, our naval architects conduct resistance and powering, stability, hydrodynamic, and seakeeping and maneuvering analyses.
Our naval architects are also software developers and employ modern software development practices. These agile development methodologies, such as those found in the Unified Process (UP) and eXtreme Programing, produce high quality software quickly, adapt easily to changes in customer requirements, and allow the customer to stay involved as the software project matures.