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We are pleased to announce a complimentary workshop being held in the Metro Detroit area on a better powertrain design process. If you are a CFD user in the automotive industry and want to improve your productivity to discover better powertrain designs faster, or if you are just curious to see what CFD can do for you, this workshop will be beneficial. Sign up today!
If you develop products in support of oil & gas projects (subsurface, subsea, process & separation), and want to reduce development time and costs while improving performance, this workshop is for you.
•Analyze the VIV suppression of drilling risers with the use of marine fairing. •A free academic license of Star CCM+ was used to complete the work.
An adaptive discretisation for population balance equations is presented. The method is combined with the multiphase CFD code STAR-CCM+ of CD-adapco. In order to account for the multidisperse nature of the flow the dispersed phase is split into M size groups; from the modelling point of view each group is a separate phase in every aspect but the name. The groups move with their own velocities and exchange mass, momentum, and energy with other groups and with the continuous phase. Size of a group is not prescribed a priori, but calculated from an additional scalar equation. A special procedure...
Previously experimental methods or empirical knowledge laid the foundation for ship design. Performing a model test in a towing tank is time consuming and expensive. In addition to this, studying detailed effects in a laboratory proves to be difficult. The exponential growth in computer power allows engineers to use computers and software to solve Navier-Stokes equations using computational fluid dynamics (CFD). This method allows the engineers to test different models, in a time and cost-efficient manner. In this master thesis, a study of CFD codes to perform a resistance prediction on two...
Single Jet Cavity Fill of a Highly Viscous Fluid
Single jet cavity fill of a highly viscous fluid. Simulation was performed using Computational Rheology that targets problems where viscous and viscoelastic effects are dominant.
The v10.06 release features the introduction of Computational Rheology, a new engineering discipline in STAR-CCM+. Computational Rheology further expands the multidisciplinary scope of STAR-CCM+ and targets problems where viscous and viscoelastic effects are dominant. The types of applications that are now possible to solve are flow in static mixers, flow into containers, pumping slurries with significant heat generation, as well as extrusions and material processing.
Using Engineering Software to Teach Turbulence
Turbulence is the most common state of fluid flow. But what are the most effective ways to teach the concepts and tools needed in using and developing turbulence models and turbulence simulation methods? And are there techniques that improve student retention? MIT professor Emilio Baglietto will demonstrate how engineering software can be integrated into course curriculum to improve the understanding of turbulent flows. Real-world course examples include turbulent phenomena, model performance and applied turbulence. A sample exam module highlights how teachers can prepare students for the...
CD-adapco, the largest privately held CFD-focused provider of Computer Aided Engineering software, today announced the release of STAR-CCM+® v10.06, its flagship engineering simulation solution. This release features the introduction of Computational Rheology, a new engineering discipline in STAR-CCM+, and forwards the company’s mission to facilitate innovation through Multidisciplinary Design Exploration (MDX) to help customers discover better designs, faster.