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2D simulation is a great way to test out designs and boundary conditions, personally I use it all the time when I am setting up a complex case for the first time or just playing with a new feature.
Historically in STAR-CCM+ there wasn’t a pipelined way to build and run 2D meshes, but now with version 9.06 there are two new features that will put that problem to rest.

2D Mesher in STAR-CCM+

So, show of hands, who has wrapped a surface and asked: "This surface is clean, why do I have to wrap it?".

The good news is that a new method introduced in STAR-CCM+ v9.06 will allow you to selectively wrap dirty surfaces, while preserving those that are clean.

Partial Surface Wrapping Schematic

In an effort to make STAR-CCM+ even faster on a broader range of problem types STAR-CCM+ v9.04 (which is released next week) will offer Concurrent Per-Part Meshing (which is a bit of a mouth full, so we'll call it CCPM instead).

Now, I'm sure you're asking yourself, ‘What’s the difference between CPPM and regular parallel meshing?’

Concurrent Per-Part Concurrent

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