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CD adapco Group at SAE 2004
Posted Fri March 05, 2004 @10:35AM
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News The CD adapco Group will be demonstrating their latest products at the upcoming SAE World Congress.

The Group will be demonstrating the latest version of its CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) code STAR-CD, which has enhanced capability for simulating the wide range of flow processes in and around vehicles including external aerodynamics, underhood thermal management, engine and aftertreatment processes, climate control and more.

The company’s next generation CFD code STAR CCM+, which uses “computational continuum mechanics” methodology will also be demonstrated. This has the ability to achieve fast solutions on arbitrary polyhedral meshes, and provides object-oriented architecture, enhanced multiphysics and state-of-the-art coupled solver technology.


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