MAXSURF Webinars and Videos

Short ‘features’ videos and longer ‘how to’ webinars on many MAXSURF aspects

Each Video is 3-5 minutes – There are almost 100 carefully targetted videos and a selection of these are displayed further down this page
Each Webinar is 30-40 minutes

MAXSURF – Maximize Vessel Performance –
30 second overview

Reverse Engineering in MAXSURF part 1 and part 2
covering techniques for fitting models to existing designs

Deterministic Stability in MAXSURF

Multihull Designs in MAXSURF

Towards Hull Optioneering automation in MAXSURF

Accessing MAXSURF 64-bit COM Automation Interface from 32-bit Applications

Structural Response of Marine Structures in MAXSURF

Designing with Developable surfaces in MAXSURF

Working from Home with Bentley’s Analytical Products

There are also many shorter videos demonstrating individual features of the MAXSURF Naval Architecture suite of applications

The following is a selection of these MAXSURF videos


How to Calculate Maximum VCG with MAXSURF Stability

MAXSURF 22.03 – Tips and Tricks in Modeler – Surface Table

New Trimesh Modeling Enhancements. This video highlights some of the new features which have been added to MOSES Hull Modeler 11.03 and MAXSURF 22.release 3. These features facilitate the modeling of offshore floating foundation structures using simple trimesh primitive shapes. The interactive UI is demonstrated as well as an example of how automatic parametric modeling of these types of structures can be scripted via the Hull Modeler COM automation interface

MAXSURF 22.03 – Model Transfer from Modeler to Multiframe

MAXSURF Stability – Modeling Rooms

Before you can carry out some of the more advanced analysis in Hydromax, you need to have some tanks and compartments defined. This video gives a brief overview of how to define those compartments.

MAXSURF Stability – Modeling Complex Rooms. This video gives an overview of how to define complex tanks and compartments in Hydromax.

Combining both NURBS and Trimesh surfaces in a MAXSURF design file

This tutorial will show you how you can use both NURBS and Trimesh surfaces in the same MAXSURF design file. It will also show how, combined with the ability to select specific surfaces for analysis, a single model file can be used by all the MAXSURF modules.

MAXSURF Modeler – Dynamic Surface Trimming. This is the fourth video in the series discussing modeling techniques in MAXSURF. Here is an overview of dynamic trimming model in MAXSURF, which means you can dynamically trim one surface to another when they intersect.

MAXSURF Stability – Large Angle Stability

Short ‘features’ videos and longer ‘how to’ webinars on many MAXSURF aspects