M-Star CFD uses direct numerical simulations (DNS) for laminar and transitional systems, and large eddy simulations (LES) for turbulent systems. The robustness of these time-accurate approaches eliminates the ambiguity associated with traditional turbulence models. It captures transient flow patterns that cannot be resolved using time-averaged CFD, and correctly predicts the effects of scale-up on flow dynamics.
Power law fluid exhibiting three regimes of transport: laminar flow near the top free surface, transitional near the impeller, and turbulent flow in within the trailing vortex. M-Star CFD can properly model there regimes simultaneously.
Superior turbulence models make complex fluids easy to model, including