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Since its first release in 2008, STAR-Cast has been a game changer in the casting industry. Drawing on the strength of its two parents companies, Access e.V. and CD-adapco, STAR-Cast is an efficient and accurate computational software tool that allows the simulation of casting processes with very high precision. STAR-CAST now includes a High Pressure Die Casting (HPDC) module, providing a user-friendly, repeatable analysis tool for these “challenging” casting processes involving both structural and/or non-structural parts.
STAR-Cast is a powerful casting simulation module jointly developed by Access e.V. and CD-adapco. Drawing on CD-adapco’s 35 years of expertise in thermal-fluid simulation and Access’ 29 years of experience in casting and metallurgy, STAR-Cast integrates industry-leading CFD technology with the specific models required by the casting engineer, and brings a new level of precision into casting process simulation for the manufacturing industry. This brochure explores the key features, applications and workflow offered to the STAR-Cast user.
2015年5月25日-26日,由CD-adapco China举办的“STAR 2015中国用户大会”在上海隆重召开。本次大会吸引了来自中国地面交通、船舶与海洋工程、能源电力、石油化工及建筑等领域的近450名CD-adapco用户和行业专家到场,收到用户撰写的论文51篇,技术报告30个。
CD-adapco, the largest privately held CFD-focused provider of Computer Aided Engineering software, announced today that it will share a booth with German-based independent research center Access e.V. at the upcoming GIFA 2015 where it will feature STAR-Cast, the casting simulation add-on module for STAR-CCM+ it developed with Access.
Reduzindo a “ansiedade pela separação” através de simulação 3D térmica e hidrodinâmica
Você está sofrendo da “ansiedade pela separação”? Se você está sofrendo por: sempre aumentar a quantidade de água produzida ou alto teor de CO 2 ; conduzir/reduzir os problemas que afetam os seus equipamentos; entender como utilizar um equipamento projetado para lidar com diferentes vazões; ter sólidos erodindo e entupindo tubulações e equipamentos; conhecer o desempenho de uma nova tecnologia de separação no fundo do mar ou equipamentos de contenção em poços enquanto minimiza os tempos de testes e os custos; compreender o impacto do efeito de sloshing causado pelo movimento da FPSO na...
The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) recently set a new world record by scaling CD-adapco’s flagship simulation tool STAR-CCM+® to 102,000 cores on the Blue Waters supercomputer.
Just weeks after announcing that we had broken a “world record” by scaling STAR-CCM+ across 55,000 cores on the 1.045 PetaFLOP Hermit cluster, we are pleased to announce that we’ve smashed it already, by scaling up to 102,000 cores on NCSA’s Blue Waters supercomputer, which included running a 1 billion cell aerodynamics simulation. Blue Waters is one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world*, and is the fastest supercomputer on a university campus. Of course, lots of CFD vendors have claimed a “world record” from time to time. And I’m sure someone will break it again soon. But what does any of this mean in the real world? How does it help you as an engineer?
We know a good scientific visualization when we see one – colormaps are a big part of this and when used effectively, they can make all the difference. The ability to create your own colormap within STAR-CCM+Ⓡ has been around for a long time and around this time last year, we delivered a full featured interactive colormap editor with the v9.04 release. Still, what makes for a good colormap is not common knowledge. Surprisingly, the most frequently used colormap for scientific visualization, the rainbow colormap, is regarded as one of the least effective. In this blog I'll tell you how to choose the most effective colormap for you application, allowing you to present your results in a more attractive, more informative way.
CD-adapco, the largest privately held CFD-focused provider of Computer Aided Engineering software, announced today it is joining the consortium with Particulate Solid Research, Inc. (PSRI). CD-adapco will provide state-of-the-art engineering simulation tools for analyzing particle flow, and PSRI members will share their expertise and experiences in analyzing particle flow that will help other chemical and refining industry members and advance the understanding of flow modeling solutions.