Turbomachines transfer energy between rotors and fluids. These machines are essential for energy supply from wind and hydropower, as well as steam and gas turbines.
Register for our webinar to observe the application of Simcenter STAR-CCM+ turbomachinery flows. You’ll also learn how to achieve quality and accuracy in turbomachinery CFD simulations.
By watching this webinar, you’ll discover the essential aspects of best practice CFD workflows. Webinar topics will include:
A particular webinar emphasis is on techniques for assessing quality and accuracy of simulation results, quantifying iteration, discretization, uncertainties and model errors.
In the webinar, we’ll apply our turbomachinery CFD workflow to a transonic axial compressor stage and an axial 1.5-stage high-work turbine. In both cases, we compare the simulation results to experimental data demonstrating the new turbomachinery post-processing features of Simcenter STAR-CCM+.
We’ll close the event with an outlook on advanced topics such as unsteady-state simulations of off-design operating points and the potential of solution-adapted meshes.
Georg Scheuerer studied Mechanical Engineering at Technische Universität München and did a PhD on turbulence modelling at Universität Karlsruhe. After his dissertation, Georg joined Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, establishing and managing a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) research group. After a short stay at Gesellschaft für Reaktorsicherheit, Georg founded the company Advanced Scientific Computing GmbH, which became the predecessor of ANSYS Germany GmbH. At ANSYS Germany, Georg held product development, customer support, consulting and management positions. Since 2016, Georg has been Managing Director of ISimQ GmbH, a company specialising in CFD consulting and applications. Georg’s technical background is in turbulence, heat transfer, and multiphase flow modelling.
CFD Simulation Expert
Thorsten Hansen studied Mechanical Engineering at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. After completing university, he joined AEA Technology GmbH, which later became Ansys Germany, where he worked for 18 years as a customer support team leader specialising in turbomachinery applications. Thorsten and his team have successfully supported several significant accounts in the turbomachinery and power generation industry. At ISimQ, Thorsten manages and works on CFD simulation projects assisting his customers in establishing innovative and efficient simulation workflows.