Any academic degree, let it be bachelors or masters, ends with a project work. The project work is one of the most critical parts of any academic degree. It is so important that it always decides what’s going to be next for the student. Let it be higher studies or industrial job, the whole career path (at least the starting point of that path) is based on the project work. Listen to the webinar recording in which basic rules of CFD project selection are discussed. The webinar also contains aspects like CFD project complexity matrix, CFD learning curve and sample project ideas.

Are you a CFD engineer? Have you ever faced trouble doing meshing because of CAD issues like complexity in CAD model and CAD data loss while importing CAD geometry in CFD tools? Do you want to know how to do CAD repair and how to get geometry ready for analysis? Its necessity, process and how to do CAD-Repair? Being a CFD analyst do you want to know how to extract CFD domain and how to simplify the task of creating good quality mesh that is required for CFD analysis?

Are you new to CAE? Have you heard the acronym CFD? Did you want to know more about CFD? Its use, process and how to do CFD? Being a CFD analyst did you ever want to try out different, more powerful and user friendly CFD software for your project, research or analysis? If these are some of the questions in your mind then getting introduced to STAR CCM+ is the Next Step in CFD for you!

Heat exchangers have always been critical devices in industries ranging from thermal power plants, chemical process industry and recently among heat recovery equipments. In their efforts to utilize every BTU of available heat energy, product design engineers aim to develop the most efficient heat exchanger designs.  Different type of heat exchangers exists in industry ranging from shell and tube, plate heat exchanger to direct contact heat exchangers.

Chemical reactions are very common in industry as well as nature. They are used as a crucial tool to enhance and control mixing, heat transfer, material formation and deposition, pollutant release, production processes etc. Any type of reacting flow involves strong coupling between reaction chemistry and flow physics. To design better reaction processes it is critical to simulate the reacting flow processing using CFD models. 

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