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Virtual Wave Basin – CFD in the Design of Offshore Floating Platforms
If you’re involved in the design or operation of Offshore Floating Platforms and would like to find out more about the use of simulation to understand, improve or mitigate the effects listed below, then this webcast is for you. Vortex Induced Motion (VIM) Slam loads, air gap and green water Scale-up from model to full scale Hull drag and topside wind loads Ringing of Tension Leg Platforms (TLPs) and Gravity Based Structures (GBSs) Global performance Riser Vortex Induced Vibration (VIV) Sloshing loads Offshore Floating Platforms are required to survive extreme environments, including large...
This is an overview presentation of our most recent capabilities in the field of the E-coat dip processes. It covers bubble formation during dipping in, E-coat deposition based on current flow, and residual ponds and drainage time during dipping out.
Heat Sink Optimization Using Simulation of the Entire Operating Range
Heat sinks have long been a key component of the thermal management strategy of electronic components and they will continue to be used for the foreseeable future. The goal in any heat sink selection process is providing adequate heat transfer at a minimum cost in the available space envelope and often minimizing the mass of the heat sink. Achieving this goal is valuable for both the heat sink manufacturer and the system designer, but the large number of variables that need to be investigated can make it difficult to accomplish. Physical testing of the range of heat sink variations takes both...
3D CAD to Meshing – Why This Is Critical For Production Level CAE Today
To achieve high levels of certainty with CFD it is essential to generate high quality meshes starting from CAD data. High productivity workflows and optimization necessitate that meshing must be easily automated and robust. This webcast covers distinct capabilities for moving your CAD geometries through to meshing. Presenters show a unique bi-directional communication between STAR-CCM+ and all of the major CAD packages. This process demonstrates how to simplify and streamline existing CAE protocols. In addition, using expanded 3D CAD capabilities, presenters illustrate the options within STAR...
CD-adapco recently hosted an engineering simulation conference for the Oil and Gas and Chemical industries in Houston, TX. New York and London. December 5, 2013 CD-adapco, the largest privately held CFD-focused provider of Computer Aided Engineering software, recently held a conference focused on the application of Computational fluid dynamics for the Chemical Processing and Oil and Gas industries featuring presentations from The Dow Chemical Company, Shell, Norton Straw, Eastman Chemical, MSI Kenny, University of Houston, PNNL, and ExxonMobil. The keynote address at this Houston-based...
External air cooling of an induction machine: The machine interior is totally sealed to prevent dust from entering through very fine air gaps. The external fan is rotating, blowing air outside the machine.
Temperature distribution analysis of an ASCS battery module of 84 cells: 42 cells are connected in series, and each row is connected in parallel. The liquid-cooled plates are lateraly postionned on each side of those rows (Model courtesy of ASCS, Stuttgart and Behr).
Meeting Future Emission Standards with Advanced Engine Simulation
The need for reductions on emissions has never been greater; it is an essential priority to decrease rising air pollution. In addition to emission reduction, legislation is placing the emphasis on engine manufacturers to reduce fuel consumption. Reducing emissions and fuel consumption are often conflicting requirements, so engineers need to work at finding an optimal design. This webcast provides clear and comprehensive strategies for using simulation, improving engine design and therefore lowering overall emissions and fuel consumption. Presenters demonstrate setting up complete processes...
Simulating Systems This edition of Dynamics illustrates how numerical simulation combined with process automation allows engineers to explore the design of entire systems. More than ever, the success stories featured in this edition demonstrate how STAR-CCM+’s extending capabilities are being applied to an ever wider range of applications, including Aerospace, Ground Transportation, Marine, Oil & Gas, Energy, Building Services, Turbomachinery, Chemical Processing and Life Sciences.
Simulation Workflow Capabilities, One-Step Closer to the Virtual Clinical Trial Environment
Join us for a complimentary webcast that addresses the benefits of engineering simulation for medical devices. Biomedical device design is facing increasing product complexity, while prototype building and testing can take months, especially when clinical trials are concerned. The inherent risk in new medical product development can be mitigated through a deeper understanding of the design properties and functions achieved through modeling and simulation. Modeling and simulation using patient specific data from MRI or CT scans is the first step towards moving clinical trials into the virtual...

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