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With ever more powerful computer hardware available and increased access to easy to use analysis environments, engineers now have the tools available to gain insight into product behaviour like never before. The question is, how do you take that insight and use it to not only understand the behaviour, but to improve it? Furthermore, how can design exploration help? This webinar will demonstrate how advancements in simulation are allowing engineers to make better designs through multidisciplinary design exploration. Included in this will be the use of the adjoint solver for sensitivity...
We know a good scientific visualization when we see one – colormaps are a big part of this and when used effectively, they can make all the difference. The ability to create your own colormap within STAR-CCM+Ⓡ has been around for a long time and around this time last year, we delivered a full featured interactive colormap editor with the v9.04 release. However, the shocking truth is that most CFD engineers (or simulation engineers in general) don’t know how to use a good colormap to display their results. Surprisingly, the most frequently used colormap for scientific visualization, the rainbow colormap, is regarded as one of the least effective. In this blog I'll tell you how to choose the most effective colormap for you application, allowing you to present your results in a more attractive, more informative way.
This webinar will demonstrate how the new electrochemistry features within simulation software can be used to provide insight into the design of manufacturing processes or product optimization. Fuel cells, electroplating and corrosion processes all require a combination of fluid flow and electrochemistry to accurately predict behavior and performance. Advanced simulation now offers a single integrated package for this purpose. During the webinar, electrochemistry specialist Chris Lueth will also share examples highlighting the benefits of this approach and our invited external speaker,...
New York and London. May 28, 2015 CD-adapco, the largest privately held CFD-focused provider of Computer Aided Engineering software, announced today it is joining the consortium with Particulate Solid Research, Inc. (PSRI). CD-adapco will provide state-of-the-art engineering simulation tools for analyzing particle flow, and PSRI members will share their expertise and experiences in analyzing particle flow that will help other chemical and refining industry members and advance the understanding of flow modeling solutions. For over 35 years, CD-adapco has been providing solutions to solve some...
Analysis-Led Design in Subsea Engineering
This webcast illustrates the effectiveness of analysis-led design methods in the up-front engineering phase. Presenters discuss the use of sophisticated modeling and simulation techniques for the verification of design concepts. These methods have become essential as production operators and service providers operate and design subsea equipment for High Pressure/High Temperature (HP/HT) wells, and for field equipment that may reach seawater depths approaching 10,000 feet. In addition, presenters discuss incorporating the use of modeling and simulation software to ensure during the design...
The inter-phase momentum transfer between gas and solid phase is accounted for by the drag force. Several researchers have proposed correlations for modeling drag for gas - particle flows. In this report, we will be focusing on the steps needed to tune the Syamlal O’Brien drag law.
This educational seminar will share how the sub-surface world is using flow and thermal simulation in its design processes. The seminar will end with a hands-on, computationally based design competition, where attendees will attempt get to try STAR-CCM+ ® to explore designs.
Prometheus (which literally means "forethought"), was a Titan whom Zeus had defeated. He was given a task to go to earth and make its creatures. He crafted human beings and gave them arts and culture. But they were suffering and terribly shivering in the cold. So against Zeus’ direct wishes, he also gave “fire“ to mankind. Little did humans know that this gift meant literally they would have to “play with fire”. In order to have control over the the wild rage, as wise as they were, humans started to investigate it in more scientific ways. But they found it wasn’t very easy. In fact it was so complicated, even schoolbook combustion examples would have stiff and difficult to solve ODE systems…

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