• Abaqus Co-Simulation
    • Support for Abaqus 6.13 co-simulation API
    • Use STAR-CCM+ mappers instead of Abaqus
      • More robust method to treat mapping of displacements in applications such as tire hydroplaning and wind turbines where  meshes are not conformal and the bodies undergo large rotations
      • Provides the ability to continue the analysis by specially treating mapping errors
        • Adiabatic faces if thermal co-simulation, floating vertices in morpher if mechanical co-simulation
    • Option to use current coordinates instead of original coordinates in the Abaqus mapper initialization and with STAR-CCM+ mappers
      • Allows use of the more robust *RESTART instead of *IMPORT in Abaqus
      • Streamlined remeshing
    • Co-simulation keywords are now written to inp file avoiding manual entry
    • Sync & exchange data with Abaqus at user-defined timescales
  • Support for batch queues for STAR-CCM+ Co-simulation
    • Previously available only for STAR-CCM+ to Abaqus Co-simulation, batch queues are now supported for STAR-CCM+ co-simulation as well
  • Enhanced NASTRAN export
    • Option to export surface meshes in NASTRAN bulk data format with distinct PIDs instead of patches to reuse boundaries
      • “Merge Cell Type by Name” option allows export of boundary information
  • Enhance NASTRAN import
    • Imports cell centered heat sources (QVOL card) from NASTRAN bulk data file
    • QVOL cards are typically written for a thermal electric machine simulation from JMAG simulation software
  • Data export
    • Support for vertex data when exporting post data to CEI/EnSight
      • Vertex data produces smoother display than with cell data
    • Support for vector & coordinate-type user field functions in STAR-CCM+ I-sight plug-in
      • Enables optimization in SIMULIA Isight

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