CD-adapco™ today announced the opening of a third Indian office location in Chennai. CD-adapco already has well-established offices in Bangalore and Pune, this new office reinforces CD-adapco's commitment to the region.
Dynamic Fluid-Body Interaction (DBFI) refers to the interaction between a body and the fluid flow surrounding it and the resulting body motion due to external and flow-induced forces.The ability to simulate DFBI is a key capability that has benefits in a wide variety of applications in Marine Industry. Shown here is a DFBI simulation of a large cargo ship.
CD-adpaco’s solutions for sloshing applications include Volume of Fluid (VOF), Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) and Dynamic Fluid-Body Interaction (DFBI). Shown here is a sloshing simulation in a simplified tank.
Ships are being designed with increasingly larger insulated holding tanks to allow for a growing capacity in the marine industry and now more than ever, sloshing and structural integrity of these bigger tanks pose a significant technical challenge to the Marine Industry. Shown here is a sloshing simulation of an LNG tanker.
In diesem Seminar werden die allerneuesten Methoden bezüglich der effizienten Berechnung von Wärmeübertragung beim Design von mechanischen und elektronischen Systemen, einschließlich Komponenten und Baugruppen, vorgestellt. Während der Veranstaltung werden Simulationsspezialisten die Teilnehmer durch ein geometrisches Modell zu den Ergebnissen führen.
When my son graduated from University a few years ago with his shiny new degree in Accounting, he was eager to land his first “real job.” One that didn’t involve wearing a paper hat or asking if you’d like fries with that. After a several interviews it became clear that he was lacking a key skill that most hiring managers were looking for: exposure and/or experience with the commercial software the company was using for their accounting process. It was shocking to learn that he had never been exposed to any of the commercial tools that are heavily used in the industry for which he was preparing to enter. Although he graduated with a strong understanding of accounting principles, future employers expected that knowledge to be coupled with hands-on experience with their standard tools.