What is included?
STAR-CCM+ research license, HPC licenses, Optimate+ and STAR-Works
STAR-CCM+ can be ordered through the College of Engineering software purchasing site. Leases renew each June
Note: UW budget number only.
Single interface multidisciplinary simulation tool (single/multiphase flow, combustion, CHT, structural, particle) that contains CAD, geometry import/preparation/wrapping, meshing, visualization, and automation.
Included: Training (live and e-learning courses) and technical support (contact email@example.com for more information).
License Definitions and Details
Licenses are leased as concurrent use licenses within the campus wide pool.
The Concurrent Use License (CUL) may be installed on multiple machines but a license server will regulate the usage to the number of licenses leased. A CUL requires an internet connection to the license server in order to operate.
Using STAR-CCM+ available through this program for commercial purposes is expressly excluded.
Note: Licenses available through this program renew annually each June. Each annual license will terminate and the software included in this program will stop operating after expiration of the subscription term unless renewed by the user.
Licenses can be ordered on the College of Engineering software purchasing site . A confirmation email will be automatically generated at the time of order. It will contain the license server host name, and port numbers used when configuring the software.
All software can be downloaded from the College of Engineering software download site.
Questions regarding STAR-CCM+ licenses including leasing, should be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a trial of STAR-CCM+ and training, contact email@example.com
Faculty teaching STAR-CCM+ and student design teams may request FREE STAR-CCM+ POD licenses. Read more: STAR‐CCM+ Instructions for Student Design Teams and Courses
For Faculty: STAR‐CCM+ Course supplements for CFD teaching
If you would like access training, technical support, installation files, videos, FAQ articles and more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org using your academic email address. Please indicate which department (example: Aeronautics and Astronautics) you are under.