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Modeling Multiphase Flows Using STAR-CCM+
Posted Fri January 11, 2013 @12:43PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Modeling Multiphase Flows Using STAR-CCM+ on January 17th at 10am (EST).

The event will discuss the differences between the two categories of flow: stratified flows (e.g. free surface flows) and dispersed flows (e.g. bubbly, droplet and particle flows).


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Guest Lecturer, Simon Lo will discuss the big differences in flow characteristics between these different types of multiphase flows, and therefore the different modeling approaches that are required.

STAR-CCM+ will be used to demonstrate a wide range of multiphase flow models including:

  • Lagrangian multiphase model (LMP)
  • Discrete Element Model (DEM)
  • Eulerian multiphase model (EMP)
  • Volume of Fluid (VOF)

In this lecture, a selection of interesting examples will be presented to demonstrate the application of these multiphase flow models and realistic approaches to solving real-world problems.

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