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Glass Bottle Forming Process Modeled in STAR-CCM+ Simone Ferrari, Marcello Ostorero
Integrierte 3D-Strömungssimulation in der Gebäudetechnik und im Brandschutz Erwin Schnell
Key STAR Technologies: Dispersed Multiphase Flow & Liquid Film Modeling David Gosman
Aspects of Industrial Flow Prediction using LES David Gosman
Reacting Flow Applications in STAR-CCM+ Rajesh Rawat
Advanced Applications of STAR-CCM+ in Chemical Process Industry Ravindra Aglave
Modeling Chemical Reactions in CFD
Emulating the Direct Blister Furnace Process with Coal Combustion Bennie Henning
Multi-Fuel Combustion & Detailed Chemistry Reaction Models Rajesh Rawat
New features of STAR-CCM+7.02 Jun Ho Choi
Overview & Perspectives for Internal Combustion Engine using STAR-CD Marc Zellat
Shape Optimization of a Top Entry Mixer - A Case Study using CAESES / STAR-CCM+ Mike Saroch
Modelling Multiphase Flows in the Chemical and Process Industry Simon Lo
Multiphase Flow Models in STAR-CCM+ Simon Lo
Best Practice: Multiphase Flows Xiao Hu
Overview & Perspectives for Internal Combustion Engine using STAR-CD Marc Zellat
Multiphase Flow Models in STAR-CCM+ Simon Lo
Using STAR-CCM+ for Research & Teaching at the Chair of Chemical & Process Engineering Matthias Kraume, Gregor Wehinger, Thomas Eppinger
Modeling an Axisymmetric Perforated Brick Catalyst Ahmad Mat Yamin
Computational Fluid Dynamics for Reactor Design & Safety-Related Applications Emilio Baglietto
Multiphase flow I (Eulerian two phase flow and Boiling) Prof. Simon Lo
Application of DEM Model of STAR-CCM+ for Granular Flow Through a Pipe Joji Kato
Spatially Resolved Simulations of Heterogeneous Dry Reforming of Methane in Fixed-Bed Reactors Thomas Eppinger (CD-adapco), Matthias Kraume (Technische Universität Berlin)
STAR-CCM+ in the Process Industry Mark Farrall
Overview & Perspectives for Internal Combustion Engine using STAR-CD Mark Zellat
Integrating STAR-CCM+ with a Systems Analysis Code for Nuclear Reactor Safety Simulations Justin W. Thomas
Multiphase Flow Models in STAR-CCM+ Simon Lo
Modeling industrial multiphase flows with STAR-CCM+ Simon Lo, Dominik Kubicki
Reacting Flow Applications in STAR-CCM+ Rajesh Rawat
CD-adapco's vision of STAR-CCM+ in Chemical Industry Ravindra Aglave
Examining the Cost Return Ratio for CFD in the Gas, Oil and Chemical Industries Mike Porter, President
Discrete Element Method in STAR-CCM+ Oleh Baran
Multiphase flow II (Applications & Theoretical background of DEM) Prof. Simon Lo
ECFM-CLEH Hideyuki Yamahata
Shape Optimization of a Top Entry Mixer - A Case Study using CAESES / STAR-CCM+ Mike Saroch
Application of Direct Quadrature Method of Moments in Multiphase Flows using STAR-CCM+ John Parra-Alvarez
Silver Sponsor Presentation SIMULIA Clive Ford
0D/1D after-treatment modeling with DARS Fabian Mauss
Advanced Applications of STAR-CCM+ in Chemical Process Industry Ravindra Aglave
Meeting the Challenges of Fluid-Structure Interaction Alan Mueller
Spray Characteristics & Simulating Flash Boiling Process Eriko Matsumura
Design & Evaluation of a Passive Micromixer with Curved Shape Obstacles & Grooves in the Mixing Channel Cesar Augusto Cortes-Quiroz, Mark Tracey
Kopplung von DEM und CFD zur Simulation von Festbettreaktoren für stark exotherme Reaktionen Kevin Seidler, Thomas Eppinger
In-Cylinder Engine Calculations: New Features & Upcoming Capabilities Richard Johns
Reacting Flow Modeling in STAR-CCM+ Rajesh Rawat
Better Reactors Grow from Better Simulations Emilio Baglietto
Spatially Resolved Simulations of Heterogeneous Dry Reforming of Methane in Fixed-Bed Reactors Thomas Eppinger (CD-adapco) Matthias Kraume (Technische Universität Berlin)
DARS SRM as Combustion Model for Engine Concept Development Arne Andersson
After treatment :SCR modeling using STAR-CCM+ Richard Johns
Key STAR Technologies: Dispersed Multiphase Flow & Liquid Film Modeling David Gosman

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