Simcenter STAR-CCM+ update webinar 2021
We hereby invite you to participate in Volupes Simcenter STAR-CCM+ update webinar. We have carefully reviewed the updates for Simcenter STAR-CCM+ version 2021.1, 2021.2 and 2021.3 respectively, and have compiled the information that we believe is the most relevant to our customer base. This will be presented in a one-hour session by our technical support team via Zoom.
- 3D-CAD (Christoffer) – Continuous updates of the 3D-CAD functionality in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ is making the software a more and more complete pre-processing tool.
- Meshing (Christoffer) – Continued parallelisation and inclusion of larger functionality is speeding up the meshing procedure.
- User experience (Robin) – User experience provides new functions that reduce the need of complex expression.
- Heat transfer (Robin) – The CHT workflow is strong in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ and updates to the radiation workflow allows for a more complete description of any sort of problem.
- Multiphase (Eulerian and Lagrangian) (Robin) – Continuous work and improvements for hybridization makes the combination of several multiphase models possible and the simulation of the typical industrial case more obtainable.
- Post-processing (Robin) – Graphical improvements together with file size reductions lift the data heavy transient post processing.
- Solid mechanics (Carl) – Adaptive time step and improvement to Fluid Structure Interactions (FSI) puts STAR-CCM+ in the category of a competent structural solver.
- Design manager (Florian) – The automation and design exploration tool; see added functionality in the addition of response surface models.
- Marine Application (Florian) – Highlights and breakdown of 2 new improvements applied to marine simulations
Florian VestingSenior Application Specialist
Florian is part of the technical support team at Volupe. He has a Master´s degree in Naval Architect and has about 10 years of experience in simulation-driven design and fluid dynamics. He holds a Ph.D. from Chalmers University of Technology where he has been researching multidisciplinary optimization and developing strategies to accomplishing optimization tasks for marine propellers.