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STAR-CCM+ captures the acoustics buried in turbulence
DENSO Marston has been undertaking a 5-year joint R D project called ‘Validation of Future Non-Road Machines’ (VORM), co-funded by the UK government's Technology Strategy Board and One Northeast. In this project STAR-CCM+ has been extensively used as a tool to model the machine cooling system and to optimize its components. Methodology and limitations of coupling a STAR-CCM+ single stream heat exchanger model with the 1D vehicle thermal modelling program KULI were firstly explored. STAR-CCM+ dual stream heat exchanger model results were then used as benchmarks to develop a KULI methodology...
Macrohomogenous Li-Ion-Battery Modeling - Strengths and Limitations
With the advent of vehicle electrification, driven largely by advances in Li-ion battery technology, there is an increasing need for the type of predictive simulation tools that are commonplace in the virtual vehicle development process for classical ICE-propelled automobiles, such as crash, aerothermal and combustion simulation. Such tools are necessary in order to make the overall development effort and cost of electric traction systems competitive by reducing the test and design loops. Aiming to establish a multiscale simulation process chain bridging material, cell, module/component and...
The aerodynamic development of the 2011 Ford Ranger Global Compact Pick-Up with STAR-CCM+
Cutting CO2 emissions and improving fuel economy is a primary focus for the entire global product line-up at the Ford Motor Company. Optimizing the aerodynamics of the vehicle is a key contributor to achieving those fuel economy targets. To this end, the Ford Ranger provides a unique set of challenges for the aerodynamicists and designers as they balance the constraints of class leading design with the clear functional needs of a Global Compact Pick-Up. Adopting a systems engineering approach that integrates aerodynamics in an interdisciplinary and collaborative design and development process...
New Technologies for Simulating Coupled Electrochemical-Thermal Phenomena Applied to Energy Storage Devices
This webcast focuses on the recent developments for simulating coupled electrochemical-thermal problems. This online event shows enhanced tools for cell, module and pack level analysis; the approach enables the user to capture more subtle physics involved in such electrochemistry problems. Advancements through user feedback have also enhanced the work flow for such analysis, making the process more flexible and productive for the end user. These new aspects are highlighted as well as general modeling abilities. The webcast features guest speaker Dr. Robert Spotnitz, President of Battery...
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) ist eine über Jahre erprobte Software-Simulation zur Detailentwicklung von Apparaten und ganzen Anlagen. Jetzt entdeckt auch die Pharmaindustrie die Vorteile dieses Verfahrens.
STAR-CCM+'s overset mesh technology was used to simulate and analyze the glass forming process. Here are shown the velocity contours along the center plane of the glass gob.
A numerical method of modeling oil jet piston cooling
To meet stringent emission regulations and high power requirements, peak cylinder pressures and specific power of petrol engines have increased dramatically in recent years, resulting in higher thermal loading of in-cylinder components such as pistons. To keep maximum temperatures securely below an acceptable limit, modern engine pistons are oil cooled. An oil jet, injected from a nozzle tube on the crankcase, impinges on the underside of the piston and achieves effective temperature control. On the one hand this cooling concept can ensure the required durability and reliability of pistons...

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