Shipbuilding is an industry with deep roots in Spain, and with great importance for the foreign market, as large vessels are manufactured for international shipping. At ITMATI we apply the most advanced mathematical technology for the design and construction of new, more efficient and safer ships responding to the most stringent requirements in the entire field of port engineering.

Our areas of activity are

  • Computer aided design (CAD).
  • Mechanical or structural calculations. Calculation of structures (sheets, plates).
  • Elastic, viscoelastic and viscoplastic materials. Insulating materials.
  • Contact, adhesion and friction between structures.
  • Damage to structures: patterns of wear and damage.
  • Detection of cracks and fracture mechanics calculations.
  • Aerodynamic simulation. Drag coefficient calculation.
  • Thermal or thermodynamic calculations.
  • Simulation of manufacturing processes: stamping, forging, etc.
  • Acoustic and vibro-acoustic calculations. Active and passive noise control.
  • Computational fluid dynamics (CFD).
  • Simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems.
  • Numerical simulation of air flows around vehicles in spray booths.
  • Simulation in electromagnetism. Simulation of electronic devices.
  • Calculation of vibrations.
  • Thermo-mechanical behaviour of heat exchangers.
  • Port engineering applications.
  • Analysis of the efficiency and reliability of ships.
  • Thermo-mechanical simulation of heat exchangers.
  • Simulation and design of sails and kites.
  • Non-destructive inspection techniques.
  • Planning of production.
  • Control and optimisation of products or processes.
  • Quality control.

Experience in this sector
  • Numerical algorithms for the adjustment of surfaces for coordinate measuring machines.
  • Thermal and mechanical simulation of a heat exchanger.
  • Technologies for the analysis of efficiency and reliability of ships.
  • Thermo-hydrodynamic analysis of axial and radial bearings for ship propulsion systems.