Modeling thermal and flow transients accurately is invariably difficult. Getting a solution takes a long time and demands powerful computers. With the release of Daat Research’s Coolit® v.14 CFD software, engineers now have the option of using larger time steps when solving transients, thereby reducing the solution time. For especially difficult large cases, in which fast processes coexist with much slower processes, that are the subject of the investigation, the solution time can be reduced more than ten times.
Coolit® v.14 also benefits from Daat’s ongoing CAD import improvement research. The new release delivers enhanced CAD import quality, while simultaneously decreasing the required number of grid cells and solution time. For added efficiency, the imported object geometry is stored in case files, allowing the engineer to change import accuracy without reimporting the object.
Determining apriori whether flow is laminar or turbulent is not easy, even for experienced mechanical engineers. For electrical engineers, who are often the most enthusiastic Coolit fans, it is even more of a challenge. In v.14, Coolit offers a powerful assistant to help with this task. Building on artificial intelligence techniques, the software analyzes specified flow and heat sources, as well as boundary conditions to predict the flow regime. If the software-determined regime is different from the one specified by the user, a warning is issued.
Free CFD Webinar: Interactive Exploration of High Fidelity ICE Simulations
Learn how you can create and analyze ICE simulations with hundreds of time steps and hundreds of thousands of simulated particles. Interactively explore your high fidelity data to improve understanding of your results. Attend this webinar by Intelligent Light and Convergent Science to see how you can escape current limitations and achieve more from your CFD.
The webinar will feature An innovative transient post-processing approach for ICE simulations.
14th International Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA); BS15 is going to be held at Hyderabad, India during 7-9 December, 2015.
Major themes covered in the conference are:
· Building Physics · Indoor air quality and thermal comfort · Passive buildings · Net zero buildings · Solar energy utilization · Simulation and real performance · Advanced building simulation · New software development · Climate and microclimate · Optimization · CFD and air flow in buildings · Building information Modelling · Simulation for commissioning, control and monitoring · Energy Storage · Validation, calibration and uncertainty · Simulation in fault detection and diagnostics · Human aspects in simulation
For more information please visit the website http://www.bs2015.in/call_for_papers.php
You can also write mail to: email@example.com
Last date for submission of abstracts (only through online system) is November 15, 2014.
Proposals for conducting workshops/training programs related to various themes related to the conference are invited. Such workshops are normally conducted on preceding or following date of the conference, i.e. December 6 and 9, 2015.
Looking forward to receiving your abstracts related to Building Simulation based research/application and proposals for workshops.
Vishal Garg, Organising Chair BS15
Jyotirmay Mathur, Scientific Chair BS15
FluiDyna offers a three-day introductory course into OpenFOA(tm) at the Leibniz-Rechenzentrum in Garching near Munich from Monday, Dec 1st to Wednesday, Dec 3rd. The course is intended for new users who want to learn the basic concepts of the usage of OpenFOAM® and want to know how to modify existing applications or add new functionalities.
Among others the course covers the topics:
- Introduction to working with Linux - OpenFOAM® file structure and case setup - Setting up and running simulations - Evaluating and visualizing results with ParaView - Selection of numerical methods - Creating and converting meshes - Computing in parallel and acceleration on GPUs - Implementation of new methods - Advanced topics in OpenFOAM(tm)
The course is held from 9:00 to 17:00 each day and will be comprised of approximately 4 hours of lectures and 3 hours of hands-on sessions, the language is English.
General knowledge of CFD (finite volume method, discretization schemes etc.) is recommended. Programming skills in C++ are beneficial, but not essential for this course.
For more information about pricing and registration please visit the web page of FluiDyna GmbH: http://www.fluidyna.com/content/openfoam-course-2014_12_01
This course is not approved or endorsed by OpenCFD Limited, the developer of the OpenFOAM® software and owner of the OpenFOAM(tm) and OpenCFD(tm) trademarks. OpenFOAM(tm) is a registered trademark of OpenCFD Limited, a 100% subsidiary of the ESI Group.
The Honda Motorcycle R&D Center has been using Cradle SC/Tetra CFD software for nearly ten years to perform thermal analyses for key motorcycle engine components and systems. Learn about why they selected SC/Tetra, and see some examples about how they use the tool in this narrated interview with Tomokazu Nomura, Assistant Chief Engineer in Technology Development at Honda.
United States, December 2, 2014
CD-adapco invites you to a one-day workshop that will provide you the opportunity to learn how engineering simulation technology benefits many aspects of oil and gas exploration, production and processing. The oil sands industry will be the specific focus of this event.
Whether you are new to the field of engineering simulation, experienced in computer-aided design or just have an interest in any of the following, this session will give you helpful insight into how simulation adds more value to:
* Product Design and Optimization * Field Development and System Design * Operational Performance Improvement * Technical Safety and Environmental Management * Simulation of Solids Transportation and Mixing * System Integrity Including Erosion and Vibration
This event is free, but registration is required as spaces are limited. View details to learn more and sign up for this informative event.