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David L. Vaughn - CD-adapco Engineers in the Aerospace industry continue to adopt STAR-CCM+ at an unprecedented rate. Since its launch, STAR-CCM+ has consistently grown in popularity in every facet of the Aerospace Industry. From UAVs to mega-airliners and from avionics cooling to hypersonic re-entry, or ganizations and companies such as NASA, Gulfstream Aerospace, Lockheed Martin, Airbus, Raytheon, MBDA, and many others have standardized on CD-adapco engineering simulation for a variety of applications. Aerospace Special Report #1: Read more...
David L. Vaughn - CD-adapco Seven years ago, when we first released STAR-CCM+ - then an ambitious new simulation tool - one of our primary objectives was to fully support Aerospace and Defense applications. This was evident with the foundation of an excellent and innovative density-based (coupled) solver that is ideally suited for aerospace problems (from subsonic to hypersonic). The business reason behind CD-adapco’s commitment to Aerospace & Defense was the recognition of a gap in the market for a powerful yet intuitive simulation tool capable of addressing the full gamut of aerospace...
Aeroacoustics on HVAC system : vibro-acoustics and aero-acoustics can be combined to model complex aero-vibro-acoustics problems such as those encountered in HVAC systems.
The choice between steady-state and transient methods for turbo machinery applications depends on having the right balance between computational cost, accuracy and efficiency. The nonlinear harmonic balance method in STAR-CCM+ offers the best of both worlds specifically for periodic flows. Shown here is a rotor/stator mesh.
Constuction machines can be virtually tested to optimize the cooling system performances and the underhood temperature distribution as shown on this New Holland grader thermal analysis.
STAR-CCM+ has a Discrete Element Modeling capability which allows for the simulation of individual particles such as dirt and mud. DEM is especially suited for design of bulk materials and process equipment such as mining trucks, making sure they operate as efficiently as possible.
Simulation of locomotive exhaust removal systems as trains wait at the station
This exclusive two day event, held in Singapore on November 5 and 6, 2012 will bring together engineers from around the world to explore the latest developments in engineering simulation technology and to discuss the ways in which it can be deployed to solve industrial problems, reducing costs and empowering innovation