Nils Hagemeister is a research associate with Fraunhofer CML in Hamburg. He holds a master’s degree in naval architecture from University of Applied Sciences Kiel. Nils coordinates the computational fluid dynamics activities at CML and develops performance prediction and weather routing solutions for ships with emphasis on wind-assisted propulsion technologies. Before joining Fraunhofer CML Nils worked as a hydrodynamicist for a naval design and consulting company, where he was involved in the analysis and optimization of ship hulls as well as research and development of innovative energy saving devices. Prior to that, he was in charge of managing the unique Twist Flow Wind Tunnel at University of Applied Sciences Kiel.
Latest developments of the H2020 AIRCOAT project on a passive air lubrication technology
The presentation will give an update on the latest developments in the AIRCOAT project. Depending on progress and availability this could include results from experimental or numerical fluid dynamic analyses, emission saving estimations and other research areas within the project.