3D saves time and money in designing and analyzing race car spoiler models.
Simply produce a 3D solid model of your prototype and test it immediately
in Stallion 3D. The program automatically does all the necessary pre- and
post processing of the numerical data. You are required only to enter the
geometry, speed and angle of attack. Stallion 3D computes the lift, drag
and moment coefficients. This allows you to determine the best performing
spoiler before the expensive process of producing a carbon fiber prototype.
The following spoilers were all analyzed in the sofware on the same day using
an ordinary computer using Windows XP (the solid models were obtained from
TurboSquid.com for this
The first example is a thin rear spoiler made from a thin sheet of metal
or carbon fiber.
Stallion 3D uses a unique ghost cell method to analyze very thin surfaces.
The solution shows that the thin surface does not pose a problem for the
software. It accurately computes and displays the pressure on all surfaces
of the spoiler.
The next example is a tri-plane spoiler.
Stallion 3D automatically grids the complex shapes and perform the computations.
The figure shows pressure on the surface of the spoiler.
The third spoiler has a relatively high aspect ratio.
The grid shows that the software is able to capture the features of the model
and compute the pressure on the wing surface and the struts.
The final example is a bi-plane wing made of a sheet of metal or carbon
The software automatically grids this complex shape and compute the pressure.
The figure also shows the streamlines at the tip of the spoiler.
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