Siemens Star-CCM+ 12.06.011 Win/Linux x64
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Siemens Star-CCM+ 12.06.011 Win/Linux x64 [2017, MULTILANG+RUS]
Size: 4.35 GB Type: Software
Year / Release Date: 2017
Bit depth: 64bit
Language: Multilingual (Russian is present)
Tabletka: Present (TeAM SOlidSQUAD-SSQ)
System requirements: from personal experience - from the younger i7, min 8 Gb RAM, nVidia, Logitech mouse.
Description: STAR-CCM + is one of the most modern, in comparison with competitors, software complex, designed to solve the problems of mechanics of continuous media. It has an unusual ease of use. STAR-CCM + includes the latest numerical algorithms, such as advanced solvers and coupled solver, in addition, it is created using the most advanced programming methods. All this allows STAR-CCM + to provide unprecedented accuracy, reliability and flexibility in solving problems of computational mechanics of continuous media.
New powerful tools for creating grids: from the restoration of surface integrity (surface wrapping) to the creation of grids from polyhedral cells. Using these new mesh building tools can shorten the time to solve the problem for hours.
A large set of physical models: laminar and turbulent flows, Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, multiphase flows, cavitation, radiation, combustion, boundary layer development, flows with large Mach numbers, coupled heat transfer, and new models for calculating heat exchangers and fans.
Using arbitrary polyhedral cells: requires less memory and speeds up the solution of the problem.
Powerful visualization tools: and control of simulation parameters in the calculation process.
It has, among other things, a Russian interface.
Reliable results: based on a stable, no-fault solver STAR-CCM +.
Compatibility models with existing software products: STAR-CD, ICEM, GridGen, Gambit.
Models consisting of 1 billion or more cells: Unlike all other CFD packages, STAR-CCM + is specifically designed to perform scalable parallel computations on arbitrarily large calculation grids. Allows solving relatively simple problems of strength (together with gas dynamics).