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Stephen McIlwain Talks...The Steve Customer Portal Part 2
The Director of Customer Support Americas, Stephen McIlwain talks about The Steve Portal and how it is helping customers with their everyday engineering problems. He gives three key reasons why our customers should use and adopt the Portal. Part 2 of 2
Matt Straw and Alex Read Talk...Vibration
Matt Straw and Alex Read talk about the application of STAR-CCM+ within the Oil & Gas industry, the talk is concerned with a broad area of subsea applications, with a particular focus given to flow induced vibration. This is video 3 of 3
Matt Straw and Alex Read Talk...Formation
Matt Straw and Alex Read talk about the application of STAR-CCM+ within the Oil & Gas industry, the talk is concerned with a broad area of subsea applications, with a particular focus given to hydrate formation. This is video 2 of 3
Matt Straw and Alex Read Talk...Erosion
Matt Straw and Alex Read talk about the application of STAR-CCM+ within the Oil & Gas industry, the talk is concerned with a broad area of subsea applications, with a particular focus given to erosion. This is video 1 of 3
Solutions with STAR-CCM+ for mixing. Drag force on the particles is modeled using the Gidaspow formula. Two modeling techniques are used for impeller rotation : Multiple Reference Frame (MRF) and Rigid Body Motion (RBM).
Solutions with STAR-CCM+ on a stirred tank reactor to accurately predict solids concentration profiles and to establish suspension criteria under varying solids concentrations and impeller RPMs.
Solution with STAR-CCM+ on a porous stent for a brain aneurysm. Analysis helps pinpoint areas of high shear stress and recirculation, controlling the circulatory flow within the aneurysm sac.
Mesh for evaluation of porous stent for a brain aneurysm.Optimate can be used to perform cost-effective "what-if" scenarios and parametric studies to improve on device designs.
Large-Eddy Simulation (LES) was used to perform computations of air entrainment and mixing during diesel spray combustion. The results of this simulation were compared with those of Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) simulations and an experiment. The effect of LES on non-vaporizing and vaporizing sprays was evaluated. The validity of the grid size used for the LES analysis was confirmed by determining the subgrid-scale (SGS) filter threshold on the turbulent energy spectrum plot, which separates a resolved range from a modeled one. The results showed that more air was entrained into the...
Low-Temperature Combustion (LTC) is becoming a promising technology for simultaneously reducing soot and NOx emissions from diesel engines. LTC regimes are evaluated by the flame lift-off length – the distance from the injector orifice to the location of hydroxyl luminescence closest to the injector in the flame jet. Various works have been dedicated to successful simulations of lifted flames of a diesel jet by use of various combustion modeling approaches. In this work, flame surface density and flamelet concepts were used to model the diesel lift-off length under LTC conditions. Numerical...

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