The major privately owned CFD focused provider of Computer Aided Engineering software, CD-adapco , has inked a collaborative development deal with
The two sides forged the partnership in 2013 when setting up a data transfer process between their simulation codes, passing electromagnetic loss distributions and component temperature distributions.
The collaborative deal builds on this current process and will enable a tighter coupling to be accomplished.
The performance of parts within most electromagnetic devices are temperature dependant hence finding the final 5% of an optimum design calls for the co-simulation of such processes. Doing so within a productive climate will release the final 5% to product designers.
An initial release would occur in 2015 and example problems are now being tested.
CD-adapco Senior Vice President Product Management, Jean-Claude Ercolanelli, said : "Enabling the co-simulation of both thermal and electromagnet phenomena using best-in-class tools will allow users to truly optimise product designs. This collaboration builds on the existing relationship and data transfer methods already being used between our flagship product, STAR-CCM+®, and
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