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A fast and easy optimization tool for electric rotating machine design Luca Gregorio Frigoli
SPEED, the Tool for Designing Electrical Machines Markus Anders
Simulation of the mixture preparation for an SI Engines using multi-component fuels Michael Heiss, Thomas Lauer
Simulation of centrifugal casting via STAR-Cast Santhanu Jan
Thermal Analysis & Design Improvement of an Internal Air-Cooled Electric Machine James Dorris
Electromagnetics & Electric Machines Stefan Holst
Motor-CAD links to SPEED Mircea Popescu, Dave Staton
Application of STAR-CCM+ to turbocharger performance prediction: A Power train perspective Fred Mendonca
CFD analysis of a two-stroke 70cc moped engine to reduce spillage losses Manish Garg, Davinder Kumar
Simulation of High Pressure Die Casting (HPDC) via STAR-Cast Romuald Laqua
CD-adapco Product Strategy & Roadmap Jean-Claude Ercolanelli
STAR-CCM+ and SPEED for electric machines cooling analysis Stefan Holst
Near-term pre/post-processing developments Gerald Schmidt
DARS for modeling detailed fuel chemistry Harry Lehtiniemi
A CFD study of heating steel bar end face to allow machinability Eike Runschke, Zeljko Cancarevic, Axel Stüber, Henning Schliephake
New features of STAR-CCM+7.02 Jun Ho Choi
STAR-CCM+ Pre/Post Processing Bill Jester
LES applications for internal combustion engine David Gosman, Richard Johns
Preliminary results with ECFM-3Z LES Stefano Paltrinieri, Stefano Fontanesi
SPEED: Software for electric machine design and analysis Markus Anders
es-ice Yuji Suga , Gerald Schmidt
Alternative fuels for IC Engines Andreas Kolbeck
Meeting the Electrification Challenge with Simulation Steve Hartridge
A comprehensive solution for efficient combustion simulation with detailed chemistry Fabian Mauss
STAR-CCM+ and SPEED for electric machine cooling analysis Dr. Markus Anders, Dr. Stefan Holst June 26, 2012