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Automated Design and Optimisation Techniques
Improved computer processor speeds have enabled automated design and optimisation techniques to become more practical, making this topic essential in today's design environment. This seminar will examine some techniques being used with a wide range of practical examples. Industrial and academic speakers will make this a fascinating and educational event for anyone involved in CFD, design and computing science.
Date: June 28, 2006
Location: IMechE, 1 Birdcage Walk, London, United Kingdom
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Organizer: Danielle Wright
Application Areas: Turbomachinery, Automotive, Aerospace, Biomedical & Pharmaceutical, General CFD
Special Fields: Grid Generation, Visualization and Post-Processing, Aerodynamics, Optimization, Fluid Mechancis, Theoretical Fluid Dynamics, Scientific Computing, CAD/CFD Integration
Type of Event: Seminar, National

Recent advances in Computational Fluid Dynamics methods 
computer processor speed has enabled automated design and 
techniques to become more practical. The techniques can 
deal with one billion cells and are designed to be 
from the outset for
speed-up grid generation, solver, and output processing. A 
trial geometry can be established to grow from nothing, 
flow solved and the
performance parameters calculated. The geometry is then 
adjusted until the optimum design is found.
The event will cover many varied fields of fluid flow, 
speakers from industry and academia and topics covered 
including automotive and
aerospace industries, food and chemical processing, 
haemodynamics and many ways of approaching optimal design 
through computational
fluid dynamics.
This is an emerging, topical and lively area at present. 
Benefits are being seen, improvements achieved and many 
leading companies are now
using these approaches in their design activities.
Event record first posted on May 26, 2006, last modified on May 30, 2006

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