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Flexible wing : Use of high fidelity computational aeroelasticity is critical to tomorrow's design challenges, driving innovation and resulting in engineering success. STAR-CCM+, with a direct link to Abaqus FEA for co-simulation, seamlessly integrates computational aeroelasticity into the design process.
When handling complex structures, STAR-CCM+'s surface wrapping capability enables the user to automatically, and quickly, create a solution domain for the flow around the imported solid body. Here, the surface wrapper was applied to an intricate oil rig geometry.
Polyhedral mesh for pill coating application using STAR-CCM+
Tablet Mixing and Coating
DEM simulation showing residence time
Pill Coating Simulation
Pill coating DEM model for evaluation of residence time and coating thickness of particles.
Rotating Drum Mixing
Particle flow modeling with DEM minimzes cost and time of traditional prototype building and testing thus shortening product design cycles.
Pill Coating Animation
DEM model of a pill coating animation showing particle coating thickness
The University of Central Florida used STAR-CCM+ to simulate the circulatory system of newborn. Here is shown the velocity magnitude of the blood inside the aorta.
Maximum wall shear stress obtained during evaluation of rest vs. exercise for AAA diseased patients using STAR-CCM+ on patient-specific geometry. Geometry provided by Computational Clinical Modeling (Chris Ebeling).

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