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Tetra Pak Cheese and Powder Systems (CPS) uses STAR-CCM+ to optimize evaporator and spray dryer systems, reducing costs, increasing efficiency, and eliminating waste in their manufacturing process. They created their plant virtually and removed many of the problems digitally before they ever put one piece of equipment in place, saving themselves time and start up costs as well. Dynamics 34 - Read More...
Sikorsky Aircraft used STAR-CCM+ anhd Optimate Perameter Scans to predict the drag of rotor hubs of the S-g2A and UH-60A helicopters, comparing simulation results with experimental data. Dynamics 34 - Read More....
Multiphase II
VOF, Free Surface, Overlapping Grids
CD-adapco offers specific simulation ools and procedures in STAR-CCM+ to fit the needs and requiremenst of the marine and offshore industry. Shown here is a wind and wave loading analysis on an offshore platform.
CD-adapco has developed specific models for propulsion simulations, such as the virtual blade model and the possibility of coupling a STAR-CCM+ simulation to external codes providing propulsion body forces. Depicted here is a RANS simulation of complex marine flow problems. Image courtesy of FORCE TECHNOLOGY.
This image illustrates the laminar-turbulent transition on a common dolphin using a two-equation transition model combined with two-equation eddy-viscosity turbulence model at 1 m/s and 1 % turbulence intensity. Image courtesy of University of Stuttgart.
Performance of a Proposed Micro-Aerial Vehicle Design
for more on this see: UAB Engineering launches micro-air vehicle program
The introduction of overset mesh to STAR-CCM+ is a game changing technology that makes the accurate simulation of relative motion between objects a straightforward task.Depicted here is the use of this capability to simulate the water entry of an Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV7).
Simon Richards speaking at the STAR-American-Conference 2011
We compare battery performance simulations from a commercial lithium-ion battery modeling software package against manufacturer performance specifications and laboratory tests to assess model validity. A set of commercially manufactured spiral wound lithium-ion cells were electrochemically tested and then disassembled and physically characterized. The Battery Design Studio ® (BDS) software was then used to create a mathematical model of each battery, and discharge simulations at constant C-rates ranging from C/5 to 2C were compared against laboratory tests and manufacturer performance...