|Hand-Tied to Profitability - Conducting CFD During Product Development in a Tough Economy|
|Computational Fluid Dynamics is at a crossroads where it is more readily adopted yet is not a disruptive risk. Join us for this webinar as Chad Jackson talks about this new opportunity to change the equation for engineering.|
|Date:||October 16, 2012 - January 1, 2012|
|Organizer:||Mentor Graphics, Mechanical Analysis Division|
|Application Areas:||General CFD|
|Type of Event:||Online Event, International|
Hand-Tied to Profitability – Conducting CFD During
Product Development in a Tough Economy
Coming out of the recession, the world of engineering has changed. Today, engineers must find new ways to make products as profitable as possible. That translates into innovation to boost top line and low costs to drop the bottom line; all while operating with the fewest resources in decades. As a result, engineering can't afford to approach form, fit and function as they have in the past, and that can't be done by simply using the same tools every other engineering organization is using. Computational Fluid Dynamics is now at a crossroads where it is becoming more readily adopted yet is not a disruptive risk due to its great strides in speed, accuracy and usability.
Join us for this webinar as Chad Jackson, Industry Analyst and Managing Editor of the ENGINEERING.com Design Software micro-site blog talks about this new opportunity to change the equation for engineering.
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|Event record first posted on September 25, 2012, last modified on September 29, 2012|