Innovative Use of STAR-CCM+ in the Classroom
From our own teaching modules to curriculum created by our global academic community, the CD-adapco Global Academic Program provides access to a variety of already-developed material for easy integration into your own CFD course curriculum.
  • Presentation on progress towards a full 3D simulation of an HLM Reactor Caution: Large file! 231 MB
  • A presentation of CFD projects at the Energy Systems Laboratory at the Indian Insitute of Technology in Gandhinagar. By Atul Bhargav ( atul.bhargav@iitgn.ac.in )
  • Our teaching modules have been developed under the guidance of Professor David Gosman and Milovan Peric, author of the widely used book, Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics.
  • Thousands of academics in hundreds of academic institutions all around the world have implemented STAR-CCM+ into their undergrad, grad and post grad curriculum.

To ensure academics are utilizing STAR-CCM+ to its fullest extent, we have developed five teaching modules for easy integration into your CFD course curriculum.  These modules have been developed under the guidance of Professor David Gosman and Milovan Peric, author of the widely used book, Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics.

These modules or “virtual flow labs” are targeted to complement existing curricula for typical theory-based and experimental courses in fluid mechanics.  They are designed to help students gain deeper insight into the complex field of fluid dynamics through visualization of flow physics, to obtain a better understanding of CFD methodology and to gain experience with a world-class CFD solver.

  The virtual flow labs currently available are:

A special THANK YOU to our global academic community for their hard work in developing and sharing the following modules, tutorials and curriculum.

 Feel free to browse and download material that best suits your needs.  Please contact your local Academic Program Manager if you have any material you wish to share.

 

 

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