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Introducing Adjoint Optimization and New Hybrid Multiphase Capabilities

Date December 10th 2020

time 2:00 pm ET

Efficiently discover optimized designs and simulate liquid flows that include flow breakup with the newest features available in STAR-CCM+ 2020.3.

STAR-CCM+ 2020.3 has recently been released, offering a number of exciting new capabilities. In this webinar, we take a deeper dive into two such features.

  1. Adjoint optimization enables advanced shape optimization for all industries. Simcenter STAR-CCM+ provides a gradient based shape optimization solution. The technology is based on the discrete Adjoint technique making it a very efficient and accurate method for design optimization and sensitivity calculation.
  1. A new hybrid multiphase capability addresses the challenge of simulating columns of fluids that transition into sprays. The VOF to Lagrangian (VOF-LMP) resolved transition model is the latest piece in the hybrid multiphase jigsaw that reduces computational expense compared to a pure VOF simulation for applications such as fuel spray break-up or vehicle water management.

Live Q&A will follow.

About the Speaker:

Chris Ostoich, Ph.D., Project Engineer, ATA Engineering, Inc.

An accomplished CAE professional with direct experience in hypersonics and fluid-structure interaction, Dr. Ostoich is a member of the Fluid Dynamics and Propulsion technical team at ATA Engineering, Inc.  Dr. Ostoich is an expert at the application of simulation and automated optimization methods for solving some of the most difficult problems in aerospace and transportation engineering.

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