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If you are an engineer or a manager who wants to optimize current processes in ways it was never possible before, this event will help you understand the applicability of deploying simulation to achieve these objectives. If you are already using CFD in your engineering workflow, this session will demonstrate that it is not a single point simulation but rather the ability to rapidly and intelligently explore a host designs and processes that bring the most value from simulation.
If you are an engineer or a manager who wants to optimize current processes in ways it was never possible before, this event will help you understand the applicability of deploying simulation to achieve these objectives. If you are already using CFD in your engineering workflow, this session will demonstrate that it is not a single point simulation but rather the ability to rapidly and intelligently explore a host designs and processes that bring the most value from simulation.
Join us for an after-hours networking event where you will learn how to accelerate the pace of innovation in your organization through the application of computational methods and design space exploration. Hear from industry leaders who are successfully leveraging high-fidelity simulation to tackle complex engineering challenges and connect with peers and colleagues in your industry.
Join us for an after-hours networking event where you will learn how to accelerate the pace of innovation in your organization through the application of computational methods and design space exploration. Hear from industry leaders who are successfully leveraging high-fidelity simulation to tackle complex engineering challenges and connect with peers and colleagues in your industry.
Join us for an after-hours networking event where you will learn how to accelerate the pace of innovation in your organization through the application of computational methods and design space exploration. Hear from industry leaders who are successfully leveraging high-fidelity simulation to tackle complex engineering challenges and connect with peers and colleagues in your industry.
Join us for an after-hours networking event where you will learn how to accelerate the pace of innovation in your organization through the application of computational methods and design space exploration. Hear from industry leaders who are successfully leveraging high-fidelity simulation to tackle complex engineering challenges and connect with peers and colleagues in your industry.
Charts are important - they play a primary role in decision-making when it comes to evaluating CFD results. Have you ever counted how often you change a chart after you’ve first created it? I’ll speculate it’s more than you think… you’ll probably want to change line and symbol colors and styles, change the range on both axes, change the fonts, and then change the colors again… these picks and clicks and scrolls take time. If you are using Excel or Matlab to create your charts, you lose the implicit connection between the chart and the data sources within your .sim file - going back and forth between the two costs you more time. Worse still, if you’re used to a certain plotting package, there are differences compared to STAR-CCM+® on where in the UI you need to make those changes. In having to switch back and forth between plotting packages, the time spent looking for where you need to make a change is potentially greater than the time needed to actually make it. To understand and communicate the information your charts contain more quickly, and to make your finalized charts faster in STAR-CCM+, version 12.02 introduces Chart Highlighting.
Join us as for a free, two-day event designed for engineers and managers involved in the ground transportation industry. With over 200 commercial attendees expected, this is an event you don't want to miss.
Software development is sometimes similar to raising a child. After the excitement of a new arrival with tentative steps and the promise of great things in the future, it develops into a moody teenager, usually working well but prone to tantrums. The final stage for both children and software is a graduation to a responsible adult, working well, providing benefits, and giving great results. Has EHP finally taken the last step and matured? Has the prodigy child finally turned into a responsible adult? Ever since its inception and first tentative steps in the market as an add-on, we at Siemens PLM and our clients have had to live with its tantrums and acts of genuine helpfulness. The teenage years were particularly difficult, not wanting to move on from version 9.06 while its big brother STAR-CCM+® went seamlessly through its three releases per year gears.
Optimize the performance of SCR systems through simulations
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) is widely used within industry to help meet the challenging Nitric Oxide (NOx) emission requirements for diesel engines. There are a number of important criteria necessary for designing an efficient SCR system, including fast mixing of the urea-water spray with the exhaust gases and high ammonia uniformity at the SCR device. However, one problem that threatens the life and performance of the system is solid urea deposit formations. The deposits can generate backpressure and material deterioration, causing decreases in both engine and emission performance of...

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