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  • Online
    1月 29, 2015

    Overset Mesh technology (or Chimera Mesh, if you prefer) has been around for decades but has primarily stayed in a small, niche aerodynamics community. Although powerful in their own right, overset mesh tools to date have been purpose-built for specific applications and, let’s face it, a bit tricky to use.

    A few years ago, CD-adapco set about solving how to bring the benefits of Overset Mesh to the mainstream engineer. The result is truly a quantum leap in capability, with a streamlined and intuitive process, more automation and robustness and an unprecedented breadth of compatible physics.

    In this webinar, we will introduce the Overset Mesh capability in STAR-CCM+® and what differentiates it from...

  • Online
    2月 3, 2015

    Various processes in the life cycle of coal such as mining, pre-treatment, combustion and flue gas aftertreatment can be simulated with computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to explore and discover better designs, faster. This webcast will focus on specific ways by which CFD simulations can help increase the efficiency, reliability and longevity of coal-fired power plant systems while decreasing emissions. 

    Case studies and application examples pertaining to simulating coal-combustion in burners, including a comparison to experimental results from a well-known International Flame Research Foundation (IFRF) case will be provided.

    Multiple factors – burner feed design (i.e., injectors and swirlers),...

  • Online
    2月 5, 2015

    Mixing is a very common application within the chemical, pharmaceutical and many allied industries, where streams are mixed to achieve homogeneous distribution. Despite its widespread use, many challenges remain in the analysis of mixing applications. Every year, billions worth of production is lost due to poor mixing. Analytical methods and experimental measurements answer many of these challenges. However, there are many unknowns that arise during:

    • Scale-up
    • New designs or multiple internals in equipment
    • Special operating conditions or troubleshooting


  • Online
    2月 11, 2015

    Realizing the Benefits of Overset Mesh in Aerospace and Defense

    2015년 2월 11일 (수) 오전10시

    중첩격자 기술(또는 키메라 격자)은 수십 여년 동안 있던 기술이지만 주로 일부 공력분야에서만 사용되어 왔습니다. 중첩격자 해석 툴들은 최근에는 특정 응용분야에 맞게 사용되도록 개발되고 있습니다. 하지만 그 나름대로 강력한 기능에도 불구하고 실제 사용하기에는 여전히 쉽지 않은 면이 있습니다.

    본 온라인 세미나에서 보여드리는 데모 시연에서는 중첩 격자를 사용한 형상준비, 격자 생성, 해석 및 후처리 과정을 포함한 전체적인 해석 프로세스를 시연할 예정입니다.

    다음과 같은 몇 가지 응용 사례를 통해 중첩 격자의 장점에 대해 알려드리도록 하겠습니다.

    • 항공기/우주선 분리
    • 항공기 제어 표면(Control Surface)

  • Online
    2月 12, 2015

    This one-hour webinar will explore, in detail, the typical method for testing fans and blowers, the inherent assumptions in the test procedures and several methods of simulating fans. Particular insights into the air flow produced by fans and blowers will be demonstrated along with potential extensions of the data such as aeroacoustic noise.

    The vast majority of electronic systems are cooled using fans or blowers to move air over heat exchange devices such as heat sinks. The fans and blowers are typically characterized by a performance (PQ) curve that shows the relationship between the flow that can be provided while overcoming a range of pressure. Design engineers can then use the intersection of the PQ...

  • Online
    2月 24, 2015

    This two-part webinar will show attendees how to improve the specifications of a commercially available cell and simulate the performance of an HEV battery module using Battery Design Studio® and STAR-CCM+ /Battery Simulation Module™ software. Utilizing the cutting-edge advances offered by Battery Design Studio, this webinar will help demonstrate how you can characterize and enhance the power density of a commercial cell.

    Within the webinar, the characterization process will be explained to highlight and explore the key parameters necessary for the cell performance model. Presenters will examine the high capability of Battery Design Studio to quickly and accurately adjust cell design with regard to enhancing performance.

    For the second part...