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