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In my last blog I spoke about some of the improvements to our design exploration tools. For version 9.06 of STAR-CCM+, we have worked on another facet of design exploration, by improving the usability of our mesh morpher which allows you to more easily perform free-form, non-parametric, deformation of your geometry. At the beginning of the year we released the mesh deformation model which enabled you to change the shape of your geometry using morpher. This is an important capability as you may not always have access to the raw CAD data, or indeed the software required to modify it.
What is the common element in solving problems such as vortex induced vibrations, mixing in unconventional geometries, estimating separating efficiency of cyclones, refractory damage in sulfur recovery furnace or accurately calculating performance of pumps?
Do you want to learn more about how to use computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in your design process? Do you want to understand how you can reduce the need for tow tank testing by using CFD? Do you want to explore new methods for using CFD to design marine systems? If so, please join us in one of two convenient locations for a workshop on CFD simulation for marine applications. This event will highlight the latest innovations and benefits of computational fluid dynamics in the marine industry, plus alternatives to physical testing and empirical methods.
Do you want to learn more about how to use computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in your design process? Do you want to understand how you can reduce the need for tow tank testing by using CFD? Do you want to explore new methods for using CFD to design marine systems? If so, please join us in one of two convenient locations for a workshop on CFD simulation for marine applications. This event will highlight the latest innovations and benefits of computational fluid dynamics in the marine industry, plus alternatives to physical testing and empirical methods.
Durante l’evento, si mostrerà come sia possibile ridurre al minimo la "manualità" nell'uso degli strumenti di simulazione e il tempo necessario per la preparazione dei modelli, senza per questo perdere in accuratezza: uno strumento di supporto alla progettazione deve essere in grado di produrre risultati numerici nel minor tempo possibile, partendo da un modello CAD di un prodotto reale, per poter incidere sui processi decisionali e ridurre le fasi prototipali.
Durante l’evento, si mostrerà come sia possibile ridurre al minimo la "manualità" nell'uso degli strumenti di simulazione e il tempo necessario per la preparazione dei modelli, senza per questo perdere in accuratezza: uno strumento di supporto alla progettazione deve essere in grado di produrre risultati numerici nel minor tempo possibile, partendo da un modello CAD di un prodotto reale, per poter incidere sui processi decisionali e ridurre le fasi prototipali.
Durante l’evento, si mostrerà come sia possibile ridurre al minimo la "manualità" nell'uso degli strumenti di simulazione e il tempo necessario per la preparazione dei modelli, senza per questo perdere in accuratezza: uno strumento di supporto alla progettazione deve essere in grado di produrre risultati numerici nel minor tempo possibile, partendo da un modello CAD di un prodotto reale, per poter incidere sui processi decisionali e ridurre le fasi prototipali.
This seminar will present the most up-to-date 3D analysis and efficient heat transfer methods available for mechanical and electronic system design, including components and assemblies. CFD specialists will present examples of thermo-fluid dynamic (CFD) 3D calculations to effectively evaluate the temperature of components, including capabilities for heat exchangers, gas turbine engines, air conditioners, and cooling of electronics.
This seminar will present the most up-to-date 3D analysis and efficient heat transfer methods available for mechanical and electronic system design, including components and assemblies. CFD specialists will present examples of thermo-fluid dynamic (CFD) 3D calculations to effectively evaluate the temperature of components, including capabilities for heat exchangers, gas turbine engines, air conditioners, and cooling of electronics.
In January 2013, the IMO (International Maritime Organization) introduced the EEDI (Energy Efficiency Design Index) as a way to evaluate the energy efficiency of new vessels. The purpose of the EEDI regulation is to reduce the CO2 emissions from ships. This often leads designers and operators to reduce engine sizes and consequently emissions and operation speeds. This educational webinar will showcase how CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) is being used to evaluate and improve designs to reduce drag from the hull and appendages and maximize thrust from the propulsion system in order to reduce...

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