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This presentation will highlight the new features CD-adapco has developed which link electromagnetic and thermal simulation environments. The objective of these new features is to enable engineers to rapidly arrive at component temperatures within an electric machine while including the electromagnetic losses in the system. Several path ways will be discussed including: SPEED > STAR-CCM+ JMAG > STAR-CCM+ The overall advantages of these methods will be described. This presentation will set the scene for the following presentations in the session which will highlight the capabilities of...
The presentation will provide an overview of STAR-CCM+ meshing and will focus on recent developments in the areas of surface preparation and meshing. Particular attention will be given to the parts based meshing environment and how it provides flexibility and control along with the ability to pipeline complex workflows.
This presentation will highlight the latest features and tools in CD-adapco's battery simulation portfolio, namely: The wide range of length scales applicable to battery simulation, Li-ion cell technology can be solved at the microscopic level up to a fully integrated battery pack. The diversity of modelling approaches, CD-adapco offers a range of models from detailed electrochemistry to more simple equivalent circuit models. Short examples will be presented highlighting the usage of: 3D Micro Structural Electrochemistry - 3D-MSE Battery Design Studio - BDS Battery Simulation Module - BSM
The most common simulation for electronics products involves predicting the system temperature under the chosen cooling methodology. This presentation will overview the primary best practices for thermal simulation of electronics models. Specific techniques in STAR-CCM+ will be addressed covering the entire CAD-to-results process including geometry preparation, meshing, physics setup, conditions, and solution settings on models with hundreds of components. Both forced and natural cooling simulations involving conduction, convection, and radiation will be examined in the detailed tips and...
In order to meet challenging efficiency and emission target, modern engine design is more likely to involve mixed-mode of combustion as well as multiple fuels. In order to accurately predict the process of such combustion in CFD, detailed chemistry based modeling approach is required. To address these issues we developed a Progress Variable Library Model for Multi-fuel (PVM-MF) Combustion model that will be discussed. PVM-MF is designed to model mixed-mode of combustion with multiple fuels while keeping the computational cost low due to the use of the pre-computed libraries. PVM-MF is...
An overview is presented of key methodologies in STAR-CCM+ and STAR-CD for simulating disperse multiphase flows involving droplets, solid particles and/or liquid films, including: atomisation; particle dynamics and heat/mass transfer; wall impact and erosion; and liquid film dynamics, heat/mass transfer and melting/solidification. Examples are shown of validation studies and applications in the aerospace, automotive, oil/gas and manufacturing and medical fields.
Multiphase and reacting flow simulation capabilities of STAR-CCM+ is increasing with every release. This makes it possible to solve advanced level problems in the chemical processing industry. Some of the largest chemical companies around the world use STAR-CCM+ for addressing challenging day to day problems. A few pertinent enhancements from this year will be reviewed. Then some recent validation and case studies in gas-liquid flow, fixed bed reactor modeling and heater design optimization will be presented.
New capabilities in modeling multiphase flows using the Eulerian Multiphase (EMP) model are demonstrated by examples. These new capabilities include granular model for multi-size particle flows, RSM for turbulent multiphase flows, multi-component boiling model for evaporation of chemical species and the Adaptive-MUSIG (A-MUSIG) population balance model for poly-dispersed flows.
During the last two decades, combustion models and application for internal combustion engine was mainly developed using a single component fuel. When the situation allows it, this component could be a pure substance like a pure iso-octane or a representative single component for blended fuels. In theory, the single component should represent all the physical and chemical properties of the blended fuel. Although this approach appears relatively rough it has successfully applied to engine application. Recent regulation to reduce fuel consumption and emission, the use of bio-fuel (presence of...
STAR-CCM+ is widely used in the global aerospace and defense industries due to its advanced capabilities in the field of numerical simulation as part of the overall CAE process. This presentation will highlight some specific modeling capabilities in relation to various engineering application areas in the aerospace and defense industry and discuss how simulation tools are evolving rapidly to meet the most demanding engineering requirements.