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Animation of AAV-7 amphibious vehicle during water entry
Animation showing AAV7 amphibious vehicle entering water - Simulation using Overset Mesh
LIC of flow around a Wankel Engine Rotor
Line Integral Convolution (LIC) plot of velocity vectors representing flow around a Wankel Engine rotor
Q-criterion around ROBIN body using Overset Mesh
Animation showing Q-criterion from blade rotation of a ROBIN body - Unsteady case using Overset Mesh
ROBIN body helicopter vorticity
Animation showing vorticity at mid-plane from rotating rotors around a ROBIN body helicopter - Unsteady case using Overset Mesh
Best Practices for Forced Convection Simulations, Series 1 Part 2
Webcast on Best Practices for Forced Convection Simulations, Series 1 Part 2 This webcast is the second in a two-part series detailing the simulation of forced convection electronic systems using STAR-CCM+. Best practices for each step in the process are discussed during the series. Part 2: Simulation settings, including solver choices Convergence criteria Viewing important results (in unique ways) Sanity checks (including expected variations due to changes such as altitude variations)
Best Practices for Forced Convection Simulations, Series 1 Part 1
Webcast on Best Practices for Forced Convection Simulations, Series 1 Part 1 This webcast is the first in a two-part series detailing the simulation of forced convection electronic systems using STAR-CCM+. Best practices for each step in the process will be discussed during the series. Part 1: Air volume definition Appropriate boundary conditions Mesh requirements Treatment of fans
Still image taken from Lawn Mower Animation.
Lawn Mower Volume Mesh image, taken from bottom facing up for view of the blades and lawn mower protector plate.
Volume Mesh of Lawn Mower simulation, image taken from the front left.
Lawn Mower Simulation Animation
Animation of the cutting deck of a dual-blade lawn mower. Grass is simulated by DEM particles injected under the protector plate. Blades use Rigid-body Motion. View is from the front facing back, through protector plate, with ejector to the side.

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