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 Falling Lifeboat Simulation
The 6-DOF solver can be used in conjunction with moving or overset mesh. It allows the computational domain to move in any of the six possible translational or rotational degrees of freedom, allowing the numerical simulation of rigid body motion in a fully-coupled manner with the flow solver. Shown is a simulation of a free falling lifeboat slamming into the sea.
The DFBI model enables engineers to easily simulate the fluid induced movement of a body, for everything from life boat launch to a tanker listing under heavy seas. Shown here is a sloshing and slamming simulation of a tank falling into water.
Yacht Simulation
Today, more engineers are using STAR-CCM+® for aerodynamics analysis than any other tool on the market, a testimony to its advantages: quick turnaround time, accuracy and ease-of-use at a reasonable cost. Shown here is a simulation of a simplified America's cup yacht.
Five Blade Propeller Simulation
Using cutting-edge solver technology, CD-adapco’s customers have been able to tackle some of the most demanding problems facing the marine industry, allowing engineers to predict how designs will react in operation before budget is committed to the construction of expensive prototypes.Shown is the simulation of a five bladed propeller with an iso surface of vorticity.
Simulating Systems - FPSO vessel  in rough waves
The driving force behind DFBI simulations in STAR-CCM+® is the coupled 6-Degrees of Freedom (6-DOF) solver that computes the fluid forces and moments and gravitational forces on a body experiencing fluid-induced motion.Shown here is a simulation of FPSO vessel in rough waves.
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...
STAR-CCM+ is a general-purpose CFD solver. In case, an analysis is focused on specific engineering, introducing the graphical user interface corresponding to the purpose ( i.e. custom apps) may be able to reduce turnaround time and human error. Also, it is a possible to eliminate the difference of the simulation result by engineers. In this session, our custom apps development services are introduced, mixing some example cases.
Accurate and efficient simulation of rotating machinery is critical to many industries including energy, aerospace, automotive and healthcare. Each of these application areas presents unique challenges and simulation objectives. Turbomachinery specific capabilities within STAR-CCM+ allow users to model rotating systems with unparalleled accuracy and efficiency. These unique capabilities along with simulation recommendations and guidelines will be discussed using examples from a variety of industries. Examples will include the multi-objective optimization of a fan, unsteady analysis of a gas...
This presentation will highlight to simulation methods which have recently been developed to simulate the coupled electrochemical-thermal processes with lithium ion battery packs. This presentation extends the simulation domain from simply cell modeling to include surrounding conducting components, multiple heat transfer paths and also reduced fidelity electrochemistry models. Several examples using these methods will be presented.
CD-adapco has been involved with simulation in the ground transportation industry for nearly a third of a century. Initially, simulation was used as a tool to investigate the cause of a failure. Models were fairly simple that looked at a specific feature of the design, for example, coolant flow through an engine, and used simulation to bring the coolant flow to the critical parts of the engine that were failing. Today, simulation is much more mature, allowing engineers to simulate various real-world tasks of a system of components. It is no longer just bring the coolant flow to critical part...

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