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July, 2016
August, 2016
  • Vehicle Overheating Scenarios Explored - A 1D CFD Modeling Approach
    Online Event, August 3, 2016

    This technical webinar discusses advanced 1D fluid dynamics and wider powertrain modeling methodology to thermally analyze vehicle cooling systems to explore various scenarios for potential vehicle overheating.

  • Live Webinar: Microfluidic Flow Modeling
    Online Event, August 4, 2016

    FLOW-3D’s free surface and multi-fluid modeling capabilities provide highly accurate simulations for a wide range of microscale fluid flow applications. Please join us for a technical webinar on August 4 that will explore lab-on-a-chip applications, additive manufacturing and metal deposition and ink jet processes.

  • Axial Turbine Design online course- Softinway Inc. - TurboMachinery Mastered
    Online Event, August 8, 2016

    he course details the key principles of axial turbine design and operation. The highlights of the program include: fundamentals of thermodynamics, gas dynamics, structural analysis, and basics of steam turbines and their elements. This comprehensive course gives in-depth insight into turbine engineering, starting from general data like turbine classification and layouts, and ending with 3D blade design.

  • Gaining Insight into Heat Exchanger Design Performance
    Online Event, August 11, 2016

    Optimize design of automotive heat exchangers for performance, cost and resources.

  • ASME's EL513 - Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
    Online Event, August 29, 2016

    This online course provides an introduction to the scientific principles and practical engineering applications of CFD. Although it provides an overview of some of the fundamental mathematical equations governing the fluid flow and heat transfer phenomena, its emphasis is not to teach the theory behind the technology but to help the participants apply the knowledge gained into practical use of commercial CFD codes, particularly ANSYS Fluent.

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