Research and development is an integral part of the work of DrS3. High quality services in the area of CFD Simulations can only be provided with an emphasis on intensive, independent research. Company founder Dr. Bernhard Streibl is a graduate of the Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer at the Vienna University of Technology, and as such, Dr. Streibl remains a vital and active partner in the research community at the institute.
This strong and close relationship to the research community guarantees DrS3 access to expert knowledge regarding national and international research activities in the field of CFD. Building on this kind of knowledge, one can be sure that all CFD simulation and software services provided by DrS3 are state-of-the-art in terms of technology and knowledge. In addition, DrS3 has many years of experience with writing research proposals and can be an attractive partner for research consortiums.
Kornfeld, M., Lindner-Silwester, T., Hummel, E., Streibl, B.: Numerical Modelling of Explosion Protection, MTZ industrial, 4(2), 30-37, 2014
Hettegger, M., Streibl, B., Biro, O., Neudorfer, H.: Measurements and simulations of the convective heat transfer coefficients on the end-windings of an electrical machine, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Vol. 59(5), 2012
Streibl, B.: Anwendung der Computational Fluid Dynamics-Methode zur strömungstechnischen Optimierung von hochausgenutzten Traktionsmotoren, E&I Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, Vol. 128(3), 2011
Streibl, B.: Investigating the Air Flow Rate of Self-Ventilated Traction Motors by Means of Computational Fluid Dynamics, International Symposium on Power Electronics, Electrical Drives, Automation and Motion, Pisa (Italy), 2010
Streibl, B. et. al.: The implementation of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Electromangetic Finite Element Methods as Standard Design Tools for Large Synchronous Generators, poster presented at the International Conference on Electrical Machines, Chania (Crete), 2006
Kluwick, A., Streibl, B.: On Transonic Marginal Separation, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 2004
Streibl, B. Schrefl, T.: Dynamic FE simulation of μMAG standard problem No. 2, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 85, 1999