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These are exciting times to be an engineer. As our governments face the daunting dual challenge of maintaining access to secure and affordable energy supplies while mitigating the effects of climate change, they will increasingly rely on highquality engineering, and particularly Computer Aided Engineering, to solve the difficult technological problems at the heart of the sustainability issue. This magazine contains a small selection of the energy related projects that CD-adapco have been involved with over the last few years. There are many others, but we have tried to concentrate on...
Computational methods have been used in marine engineering for a long time to design and optimize marine vessels, from yachts to offshore platforms. It is just that those traditional computational methods are often not considered as “proper” CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) - because they are based on potential flow theory and empirical correlations. While simpler methods may be suitable to optimize a single component on its own, the strength of CFD lies in its ability to account for interactions between all components of a system (e.g. hull, propulsion and steering system, and other...
Companies that use STAR-CCM+ do so because they need the nocompromise approach to develop their products for their competitive marketplace. Thank you for spending some of your valuable time reading this special report on STAR-CCM+ in electronics thermal management. It is our hope that you find value both in hearing how some other leading companies are leveraging simulation and in learning a few insights into more efficiently simulating some common situations in electronics thermal management.
In the midst of constant media reminders about how tough times are, it’s difficult not to be at least a little gloomy about the prospects for the engineering business as a whole. This magazine is designed to provide an antidote to the doom and gloom showing that, not only is the CAE business as buoyant as ever, but that simulation is becoming even more pervasive, being used at every stage of the engineering process, and penetrating all levels of industry. This magazine contains stories that demonstrate how CFD is being used for everything from student motorsport design to the historical...
Sunroof buffeting and acoustical impedance of flexible structures : the noise associated with sunroof buffeting is caused by unsteady flow over the sunroof opening interacting with the roof panel and radiating sound to the vehicle occupants.
Virtual Wind Tunnel Analysis of an F1 Race Car
Aerodynamics of a Track Car
CO2 ISO-Surface on a Diesel Spray