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Computation rheology is added to this simulation software

By Chemical Engineering |

comsol cloudWith its late-October release, STAR-CCM+ v10.06 engineering simulation software features the introduction of Computational Rheology, a new engineering discipline in STAR-CCM+, helping engineers to quickly realize improved designs. Computational Rheology further expands the multidisciplinary scope of STAR-CCM+ and targets problems where viscous and viscoelastic effects are dominant. The types of applications that are now possible to solve are flow in static mixers, flow into containers, pumping slurries with significant heat generation, as well as extrusions and material processing. — CD-adapco, London, U.K.

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