WAMIT® is the most advanced set of tools available for analyzing wave interactions with offshore platforms and other structures or vessels. Since the announcement of Version 1 in 1987 at MIT, WAMIT has gained widespread recognition for its ability to analyze complex structures with a high degree of accuracy and efficiency. Over the subsequent years WAMIT has been licensed to more than 100 industrial and research organizations worldwide. Upgrades have been issued at approximately two-year intervals, with many enhancements.
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- Henriques, João C.C.; Lemos, João M.; Eça, Luís; Gato, Luís M.C.; Falcão, António F.O.: A high-order discontinuous Galerkin method with mesh refinement for optimal control (2017)
- Newman, J.N.: Trapped-wave modes of bodies in channels (2017)
- Zhou, B.Z.; Wu, G.X.: Resonance of a tension leg platform exited by third-harmonic force in nonlinear regular waves (2015)
- Newman, J.N.: Cloaking a circular cylinder in water waves (2014)
- Borgarino, Bruno; Babarit, Aurelien; Ferrant, Pierre: An implementation of the fast multipole algorithm for wave interaction problems on sparse arrays of floating bodies (2012)
- Renzi, Emiliano; Dias, Frédéric: Resonant behaviour of an oscillating wave energy converter in a channel (2012)
- Milgram, Jerome H.: Strip theory for underwater vehicles in water of finite depth (2007)
- Rodrigues, Marcos Vinícius; Correa, Fabrício Nogueira; Jacob, Breno Pinheiro: Implicit domain decomposition methods for coupled analysis of offshore platforms (2007)
- Willis, David J.; Peraire, Jaime; White, Jacob K.: A combined pFFT-multipole tree code, unsteady panel method with vortex particle wakes (2007)
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