This is the first set of tutorials for STAR-CCM+ software. The software provides researchers with flow visualization tools in the virtual environment. These tutorials are introductory to how to use the software. I hope these tutorials can contribute to your success and self development enjoy, more will be coming soon.
There is some material on the web that has stated that STAR-CC+ is capable of running supersonic flow simulations, it is also capable of simulating combustion, fluid flow in a porous media, Acoustics simulation ...etc. In addition to finding this link Helpful. While working in industry you will be assigned problems to overcome, after completing your modeling stage and getting the product to do its main purpose, the next step is to validate that its shape and its parts work at their best, what is meant by that is dose the shape of the product produce more drag for the user such as a bikers helmet, or for adding car mirrors that have the least drag for the car design.
The other issue for internal flows of a product such as ventilation air currents in a gear box or an electrical motor for a pump and the list will just go on and on. This is where star CCM comes is the need to model flows inside or outside a product so that it performs its best performance at the least price. The researcher has to import the model into star CCM and then see what flow patterns are formed due to different input parameters. Then comes the analysis part after the simulation is run due to lots of data is generated
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