Aerodynamics Developed in Formula One
Posted Tue October 30, 2012 @08:57PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host the workshop Aerodynamics Developed in Formula One - Delivered to Formula Students on November 28th at 1:30pm in Esslingen am Neckar, Germany.

CD-adapco’s involvement in Formula One can be traced back to the early days when CFD first became a viable tool for powertrain and vehicle analysis. As F1 continues to evolve, the role of engineering simulation for aerodynamic applications is a crucial part of meeting the team's engineering challenges.


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Please join us for an update on new ways STAR-CCM+ is improving vehicle aerodynamics. CFD specialists and guest speakers will discuss how CD-adapco continues to push the accuracy and process time boundaries of traditional aerodynamics calculations.

Guest Speakers

  • Janni Tsoufis from Rennstall Esslingen - Entwicklung des Aeropakets für den Stallardo 12
  • Jan Czarnota from SCE Solution - The use of CFD in a motorsport environment
  • Gangolf Kohnen, professor at the DHBW in Mosbach - Aerodynamik in der Formula Student mit Theorie und Beispielen in STAR-CCM+

Workshop attendees will get a first hand look at how they can use the software to see the best practices in preparation, meshing and results on a formula student car, without any sacrifice in accuracy.

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