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December, 2014
  • Geometry Simplification in Electronics Thermal Simulations: How Much is Too Much?
    Online Event, December 4, 2014

    This web seminar will examine this question by comparing simulation results from an unsimplified model with results from simulations on progressively simpler models. The comparisons will help us determine how much detail is needed based on the requirements and goals of a particular simulation project so we can obtain the desired results as quickly as possible.

  • ASME's EL513 - Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
    Online Event, December 8, 2014

    This 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.

  • Free Webinar: Modeling Solids Conveying Using the Discrete Element Method
    Online Event, December 11, 2014

    This webinar will introduce the DEM available within STAR-CCM+® and its application to particle transport. A live demonstration will show how a system simulation and various property parameters of material can both be set up. Examples will be presented showing the application of this method to particle transport.

  • Free Webinar: Optimization for Powertrain Applications
    Online Event, December 16, 2014

    In this webinar, we will explore the tools that help find better engine designs, faster. Presenters will look at optimization tools applied to engine design, including adjoint solver to improve design through surface sensitivity calculations.

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