While the biggest international sail lofts continue to invest in the development of ever more sophisticated proprietary sail and rig design tools the range of open access applications is also expanding steadily...
For sailmakers to continue to innovate and improve sail performance they must have a means of assessing the impact of numerous small design changes. This task is considerably complicated by the fact that the sail’s flying shape is the result of the aeroelastic behaviour of the sail structure under the influence of aerodynamic loading. Traditionally sailmakers have used a process of trial and error prototyping in which a sail is made and tested on the water.
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