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Aerospace-class CFD for compressor & turbine aero design

 
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  • Centrifugal compressor analysis
  • Analysis of non-axisymmetric components with unstructured and structured mesh
  • Multistage axial compressors and turbines
  • Robust impeller meshing with multiple splitters
  • Split flow meshing for combined core and duct flow analysis
  • Fast and automated compressor speedline generation
  • Radial turbine and centrifugal compressor design for automotive turbocharging
  • Take advantage of unlimited compute capacity on a pay-as-you-go basis using ADS Cloud LEO
  • Using a split flow mesh, the effect of the fan on the core characteristic can be assessed
  • Endwall secondary flow analysis using time accurate simulation
  • Using ADS CFD, multi-stage axial compressor stage matching can be assessed
  • Conjugate heat transfer analysis for durability design
  • Design axial and radial compressor and turbine blades with ADS Foil Designer
  • Radial turbine analysis
  • Fixed and variable radius fillet meshing
  • Blade row interaction studies using time accurate simulation for durability design
  • Using MeTiS partitioning for efficient parallelization of large unstructured meshes