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 Designing Under-Body Components Using Leading Wading Simulation Methods
Vehicle water wading capabilities refer to vehicle functional part integrity (engine under-tray, bumper cover, plastic sill cover, etc.) when traveling through water. Wade testing involves vehicles being driven through different depths of water at various speeds. The test is repeated and under-body functional parts are inspected afterwards for damage/leakage. The lack of computer aided engineering (CAE) capability for wading equates to late detection of failure modes, which inevitably leads to expensive design change. Critically, this can potentially affect program timing. As a result, it is...
2016年6月13日-15日,由CD-adapco China举办的“STAR 2016中国用户大会”在杭州隆重召开。
Design Exploration with CFD for Better Dry Low NOx Hydrogen Gas Turbine Combustors
Safely combusting hydrogen (H 2 ) in gas turbines, while still providing sufficient energy density, could help meet ever-increasing energy demands by making use of an economically attractive fuel supply. For instance, some of the electricity intermittently produced by some renewable energy sources such as wind and solar could be used to produce hydrogen, which is then used to power gas turbines (GT) to help meet peak energy demands, especially at times when the wind isn’t blowing and the sun isn’t shining. By viewing this webcast, you will hear from guest presenter Anis Haj Ayed from B&B-...
Custom Sim Trees in STAR-CCM+ v11.04 are a fundamentally new way to work with the sim tree, allowing users to create smaller node trees in a separate window for less scrolling and easier navigation overall.
STAR-CCM+ v11.04, now part of the Siemens Simcenter™ Portfolio, is aimed at empowering engineers across industries to make critical design decisions quickly and with confidence through new modeling capabilities, improved simulation workflows and reductions in overall time-to-solution.
The automotive industry is one of the most thriving and competitive industries. There are many challenges OEM’s face when produce new vehicle today. Those challenges include meeting stricter emission regulations to need for improved customer satisfaction. This drives the need to bring vehicles faster to market while meeting new challenging designs. OEM’s are turning to simulation to help drive design to produce innovative vehicles while reducing costs. One challenge of working with the digital prototype is determine heat protection for critical components in the engine compartment. To solve...
STAR-CCM+ is now part of the new Simcenter™ Porfolio for predictive engineering analytics. Simcenter combines simulation and physical testing with design exploration and data analytics to help customers develop digital twins that accurately predict product performance.
Driving Battery Innovation with CAE
There is an ever-increasing demand for higher energy and power density battery cells, without compromising on weight, size, aging and safety of the battery pack. This makes the design of batteries a highly complex, multi-parameter challenge. In this webinar, we will demonstrate how Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) accelerates the battery design process at both the cell and pack level, helping you achieve your safety and performance goals while at the same time reducing your development costs. Viewers of this webcast learn how CAE can be used to design better cells by optimizing the current...
Over the past decade substantial advances have been made in the modeling of combustion in SI engines. The progress can be attributed to the development of new generation of models which explicitly take into account the fact that SI engine combustion occurs in the wrinkled flamelets regime. Examples in STAR-CD are: the Extended Coherent Flame Model (ECFM) and the Level Set model (G-equation model). While these 2 models differ in some aspects, the common characteristics are that the instantaneous flame is regarded as a thin surface which propagates normal to itself at the local laminar flame...
New HEEDS portals for es-ice, pro-STAR, and STAR-CD are now available enabling straightforward workflow definitions and MDX for transient in-cylinder simulation with es-ice and STAR-CD. This presentation will describe an automated workflow for the full setup and simulation process along with several workflow and MDX examples for a variety of in-cylinder applications.

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