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Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering at TU Berlin

Basic structures of NAval Architecture and Ocean Engineering in research and training


Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering as a field of study is a member of the study path of "Transport". It is located close to School V (Mechanical Engineering and Transport Systems).

Institute of Land and Sea Transport Systems


The sector of marine technology is confined to the pillars of "Dynamics of Maritime Systems (DMS)" and "Design and Operation of Maritime Systems (EBMS)" since 2008.

Design and Operation of Maritime Systems (EBMS)


  • design: methods & CAD, economy, fast ships, passenger vessels, cargo vessels, offshore installations
  • sea transport: operation at sea, at port, integration at transport chains, economy
  • creation and preparation of ships
  • safety on board, at sea
  • project management of single and large projects


  • technology of inland navigation
  • Small Craft Design
  • acoustics (acoustic of constructions)
  • Routing
  • synthesis models, multimodal models
  • parametric models <-> DMS
  • description of geometry, placement <-> DMS
  • product data models

Dynamics of Maritime Systems (DMS)


  • hydrodynamically shaping
  • basics, optimization
  • resistance and power prediction of ships 
  • CFD, EFD
  • movement on swell
  • hydromechanics, interaction wave - structure, theory of waves
  • buoyancy and stability into intact and fall of leak <-> EBMS
  • security question of ships at swell


  • manoeuvering characteristics of ships
  • interpretation of propulsion packages, cavitation research
  • design of propeller, customised drives, ship followers, interactions
  • aerodynamics and hydrodynamics at construction of yachts
  • construction of yachts
  • combat of offshore and environmental damage (for example environmental damage)

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