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CD-adapcoで働いていると、もうすぐリリースされるSTAR-CCM+の刺激的な機能を解説したたくさんのクールなアニメーションを見ることができるという良いことが体験できます。新機能がリリースされるまでこれを皆さんと共有することができないのはフラストレーションが溜まります。今日、私自身何度も見返している、お気に入りの2つビデオをご覧頂くことに、私は非常にワクワクしています。
これらのビデオはSTAR-CCM+ v9.04のDFBI(Dynamic Fluid Body Interaction)ソルバーの新しい接触モデルを説明しており、移動物体と壁面間の接触/衝突の直接のモデル化を可能としています。

This February we announce the release of STAR-CCM+ v9.02 and one of the most exiting features to join the wealth of multiphase capabilities in this release is the Dispersed Multiphase (DMP) model.

The simulation of applications such as aircraft deicing/anti-icing, and vehicle soiling and water management will now take a fraction of the time with the new Dispersed Multiphase (DMP) model in STAR-CCM+ v9.02.

CD-adapco is committed to the philosophy of “simulating systems”. This gives our users the opportunity to take into account all the factors likely to influence the performance of their product in its operational life when building a simulation. As part of that commitment, one of our ongoing development themes in STAR-CCM+ involves making multiphase flows more accessible to all of our users. For this, we introduce a feature that allows you to tackle a wider range of industrial applications (bridging the “gaps” described above) by further improving solver performance.

RSM turbulence is useful for swirling flows

Let's explore some of the great new multiphase flow features that you'll be able to enjoy in STAR-CCM+ v8.06...

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Brigid Blaschak
Communications Specialist
Dr Mesh
Meshing Guru
Stephen Ferguson
Communications Manager
Sabine Goodwin
Senior Engineer, Technical Marketing
Joel Davison
Product Manager, STAR-CCM+
Prashanth Shankara
Technical Marketing Engineer
Jean-Claude Ercolanelli
Senior Vice President, Product Management at CD-adapco
Bob Ryan
President Red Cedar Technology