Library

2323 match your search

This one-day, educational seminar will provide an introduction to the area, background on CFD erosion and corrosion models, and give examples of how STAR-CCM+ is being used in the design of production systems to reduce project risk as well as capital and operating expenditures.
Presentations by CD-adapco staff include Richard Johns, Marc Zellat, Jinli Feng and Rajesh Rawat and will cover recent developments in combustion, chemistry, heat-transfer, meshing and optimization. This all-day session will also include a number of invited presentations from industry and university partners.
When asked about the amount of time he spent on his speech preparation, Woodrow Wilson responded: “That depends on the length of the speech. If it is a ten-minute speech it takes me all of two weeks to prepare it; if it is a half-hour speech it takes me a week; if I can talk as long as I want to it requires no preparation at all. I am ready now.” Perhaps some of us can relate to former President Wilson’s remarks. Without any time constraints, exploring a .sim file, or maybe several, in detail, could be an engaging and informative exercise lasting the better part of an afternoon. Yet more often than not, we only have that brief ten minutes to share our story. And, quite often, review requests come on short notice. What if you could quickly assemble and effectively communicate your results from several simulations in a matter of minutes? What if you could walk from one meeting room to the next, with laptop in hand, and be able to quickly collaborate with different teams? As it turns out, there is a way: STAR-View+, new and improved.
CD-adapco™, the largest privately held CFD-focused provider of Computer Aided Engineering software, today announced the release of STAR-CCM+ v10.02, the latest version of its flagship simulation tool. Focusing on Multidisciplinary Design eXploration (MDX) to help accelerate the design decision process, this release allows engineers to drive their simulations through a complete range of operating scenarios. This approach can be used to gain a complete understanding of the performance of a product across the whole design space.
Multiphase modeling is coming of age in 2015 in STAR-CCM+ with the addition of a number of smart hybrid multiphase models that open up a range of new and exciting applications. STAR-CCM+ now has no fewer than six multiphase models, each best suited for a particular range of applications and computational budgets, namely Eulerian Multiphase (EMP), Volume Of Fluid (VOF), Mixture Multiphase (MMP), Dispersed Multiphase (DMP), Lagrangian Multiphase (LMP), the Discrete Element Method (DEM), and the Fluid Film model. In many applications, however, no one model is suitable for all the flow regimes that occur simultaneously at different points in the computational domain, and ideally we would like to combine the benefits of multiple models in a single simulation. Now with models such as the VOF-Fluid Film multiphase interaction model, this is possible.
We get a lot of questions about GPUs, and I think it’s fair to say there’s a lot of confusion and indeed misinformation on the general topic. So, to start things off, let’s clarify what we mean by GPU utilization. GPU is the abbreviation for Graphics Processing Unit. This aim of this enhancement is to enable you to draw (or render) images faster, using your local graphics resources, resulting a better interactive experience when working with STAR-CCM+.
"CD-adapco汽车行业专题研讨会”是CD-adapco China面向汽车生产、研发、设计等相关用户主办的专题研讨会,已先后在北京、上海等地成功举办。现将于2015年3月份在武汉、重庆、长春等地陆续举 行,大会将由CD-adapco China汽车行业专家与您共同探讨汽车各个技术领域模拟技术的现状与趋势,诚邀您选择合适您的地点及时间,注册参会!
Better Electronics System Design with Detailed Fan and Blower Simulations
This webcast explores in detail the typical method for testing fans and blowers, the inherent assumptions in the test procedures and several methods of simulating fans. Particular insights into the air flow produced by fans and blowers will be demonstrated along with potential extensions of the data such as aeroacoustic noise. The vast majority of electronic systems are cooled using fans or blowers to move air over heat exchange devices such as heat sinks. The fans and blowers are typically characterized by a performance (PQ) curve that shows the relationship between the flow that can be...
Counter-Current Flow in a Pressurized Water Reactor [Deendarlianto et al., NED, 39 (2012)]
STAR-CCM+ simulation of Counter-Current Flow in a Pressurized Water Reactor using Large Scale Interface Model

Pages