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Accelerating Electronics Cooling Simulations with Automation
No CFD simulation is ever fast enough - anyone who has used CFD likely will agree with that. Most of the time the computing speed comes to mind when you state this, but the overall CAD-to-results time is actually a better measure. This webcast explores the use of automation tools to accelerate user interactive tasks when running electronics cooling simulations. Various methods of automating portions or all of your simulations are discussed, including templates and macros. Several examples to aid problem setup and results viewing is shown and advanced uses of these tools is introduced. The CAD...
Best Practices for Aerospace Aerodynamics
Engineering simulation impacts a wide range of external aerodynamic applications such as fuel economy, maneuverability and noise. With demanding schedules, shrinking resources and a competitive market, engineers need to obtain accurate results as quickly and efficiently as possible. This recorded webcast presents best-practice techniques to model a range of aerodynamic conditions for aerospace applications. Viewers learn which physics models, numerical schemes, turbulence models, meshing strategies, and optimization techniques are best-suited for this class of simulation problem. With this...
One of the key technical challenges facing those of us involved in engineering simulation in the oil and gas industry is multiphase flow. In every part of the production process, from extraction to refinery, we typically have to account for the combined influence of gases, liquids and solids. The release of STAR-CCM+ 10.02 in March 2015 offers a number of new modeling approaches that could transform the way in which engineers in the oil and gas industry are able to deliver simulation results for the many problems that involve multiphase flow.
Reaction Engineering with Advanced Simulation
Reactors are integral in the chemical, fermentation and polymer industries as they execute the chemical conversion of raw materials into value-added product. The highly coupled physical and chemical processes (fluid flow, reaction chemistry, heat transfer, material property change) undergoing inside makes them necessarily complex. Design and scale-up of reactors requires a careful and planned approach. Often, empirical approaches need supplementary information with 3D-resolved simulations using CFD to sufficiently understand behavior to arrive at an optimum design. As an example, the...
Smoke dispersion in a subway station
Volume Rendering showing smoke dispersion in a subway station tunnel from a safety study
Volume Rendering of airflow in a tunnel when a train enters
Fire & Smoke Simulation in a Rail Tunnel and Underground Station Test vs Simulation.
Image courtesy of WSP Group, UK. This image shows an example of a statistically derived wind condition imposed on a simplified urban landscape. This type of analysis informs the planning process with respect to impact on pedestrian comfort and safety.
日本のユーザー様に向けて、広報誌「Dynamics Japan Edition ISSUE02」を2015年4月に発行しました。 本号では、CD-adapcoが提唱している“Multidisciplinary Design eXploration (MDX) ”、複合領域最適化について、単なるコンセプトを超えて実際の設計へいかに適用するかを全体のテーマとしています。 ・ユーザーインタビュー第2回:JFEテクノリサーチ株式会社 CAEセンター様 「鉄鋼業におけるCAEの実績を生かしたベストソリューションを製造業へ幅広く提供 ─実験、計測の裏付けを持つ高精度の解析を提案するCAEのプロフェッショナル」 ・ユーザーストーリー:ニッサン・モータースポーツ・インターナショナル株式会社様 「知られざる空力開発━2009年規定終盤の進化を追う」 インタビュー:“メリハリを利かせた空力”

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