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From drill face to refinery, STAR-CCM+ is used routinely in the design of equipment, to assure production, troubleshoot problems, and to reduce maintenance costs and project risks. This talk will review three application areas: Gravel packing and fluidization processes Subsea equipment Separation equipment Through the case studies we will discuss the differing roles and requirements for simulation, modeling techniques used, and conclusions made. Finally, the changing role of simulation will be addressed.
You will learn how to perform complex CAD and mesh operations like Boolean interactions, hole filling, surface wrapping and normal meshing processes such that they can be replayed automatically later when CAD or settings are changed. Meshing is moving from regions up into parts and this will be explained and demonstrated.
You will be shown how to use this new feature to do sensitivity studies of the effect of various parameters on a model and how it provides insights into model features that can be improved, including automatically morphing the mesh to create an improved geometry.
This moving mesh feature in STAR-CCM+ adds an almost universal moving mesh feature and thus great flexibility to CFD models. You will be shown how easy it is to use, and some novel applications.
This new tool will help guide users through STAR-CCM+ setup processes by exposing customised menus as a side panel, and gives authors a framework to replicate best practices and simulation workflows. It will help ensure process repeatability, consistency of results and speed up the learning curve for new users.
STAR-CCM+ is considered the market leader for simulation of flow and motion of floating bodies within marine and off-shore industry. This presentation will explain the main marine-specific features of the current version of STAR-CCM+, which make it the software of choice for marine and offshore applications: handling of extremely complex geometry, high-resolution interface-capturing scheme for free surface, wave modeling, cavitation modeling, dynamic fluid-body interaction, sliding and overset grids for motion modeling, superposition of motions and waves etc. Examples of applications by...
The spent fuel pool is expected to be full in few years. It is a serious problem one should not ignore. The dry storage type is considered as the interim storage system in Korea. The system stores spent fuel in a storage canister filled with an inert gas and the canister is cooled by a natural convection system using air or helium, radiation, and conduction. The spent fuel is heated by decay heat. The spent fuel is allowed to cool under a limiting temperature to avoid a fuel failure. It would be of great intest to investigate the maximum fuel temperature in a dry storage system. The present...

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