FREE Webinar : An Introduction to CFD using STAR-CCM+

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!

What is CFD ?

Computational fluid dynamics, usually abbreviated as CFD, is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flows. Computers are used to perform the calculations required to simulate the interaction of liquids and gases with surfaces defined by boundary conditions.

What is STAR-CCM+ ?

STAR-CCM+ is the world's most comprehensive engineering simulation platform inside a single integrated package! It is much more than just a CFD solver. It provides an entire engineering process platform for solving problems involving flow (of fluids or solids), heat transfer and stress. STAR-CCM+ is unrivalled in its ability to tackle problems involving multi-physics and complex geometries. STAR-CCM+ has an established reputation for producing high-quality results in a single code with minimum user effort.

This webinar will focus on showing the capabilities of STAR CCM+ as CFD software to participants who are new to CFD. Also a short overview will be provided to the process of performing CFD simulation using STAR CCM+. This webinar will act as a complete beginners guide to CFD using STAR CCM+.

Content of the Webinar :

  • What is CFD?
  • What are applications of CFD?
  • Stages in CFD analysis
  • What is STAR CCM+?
  • Features of STAR CCM+
  • Review of CFD case studies using STAR CCM+
  • Introduction to CFD course on STAR CCM+
  • Live Demonstration of CFD process using STAR CCM+

Watch Webinar Recording :

The webinar was conducted on 22 October 2013. Below is the webinar recording for those who missed the webinar.

Access : FREE (Using LearnCAx Account)

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