Q4 2013

CFD2000 5.8 Release


CFD2000 Related

The CFD2000 software system will see major upgrades during 2014.  Version 5.8 will be the next official release, focused on geometric modeling, CAD interoperability, and solver performance improvements.  CFD2000 6.0 will follow mid-2014 providing a new CFD modeling user interface and other functionality.  There will also be a separate CFD solver Toolkit available for custom/OEM software developers.

Basic Study on Flood Behavior in River Confluence Region

Yoshihiro ISHII, Yoshitaka FUKUYAMA, Keiji MANABE and Hiroshi KANBARA

Composition Change of Glass Materials in Microlenses Formed by CO2 Laser

Journal of Laser Micro/Nanoengineering

Obstacle Effects on Airflow and Contaminant Dispersion around a Naturally Ventilated Livestock Building

Agricultural Engineering International

Application Highlight

Modeling Tips

LNG Vessel Cascading Damage Structural and Thermal Analysis (2012)

Sandia National  Laboratories:  J. Petti, C. Lopez, V. Figueroa, et al.

Advanced Functions

BC Duplication

In order to determine the extent of LNG flow during a breach event, three-dimensional computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analyses of the internal and external flow of spills from the Moss and Membrane cargo tanks were performed for the both the large and very large hole sizes. The flow analyses used breach dimensions noted above and assumed they extended through the outer and inner hulls of each ship and into an LNG cargo tank. The CFD analyses included the entire flow physics including the draining of the affected cargo tank, the flow and timing of the LNG flow internal to the ship, the LNG vaporization and migration during spills, and the amount of LNG that would spill outside the ships in order to estimate the size of the LNG pools that would be created on the water. The commercially available code, CFD2000, was utilized to perform all flow modeling and spill analyses."

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