|Mastering the Challenge of Simulating Complex Geometries|
|This workshop will cover the latest surface wrapping and meshing technologies that eliminate manual repair from the CFD process all together. This guarantees a faster route from CAD to flow simulation, and frees engineers to concentrate on engineering analysis.|
|Date:||November 19, 2013|
|Location:||8600 Esters Blvd., Irving, Texas, United States|
|Special Fields:||CAD/CFD Integration|
|Type of Event:||Workshop, Local|
We are pleased to announce a complimentary workshop being held in Dallas, TX on how to master simulating complex geometries. If you are a CFD user and want to reduce your simulation process and delivery times of simulation projects, you don't want to miss this event. The capabilities of STAR-CCM+ has impacted the CFD market with unprecedented gains in productivity. By attending, you will see firsthand the benefits of taking CAD directly into CFD simulation without laborious, manual CAD repair.
We will cover the latest surface wrapping and meshing technologies that eliminate manual repair from the CFD process. This assures a faster route from CAD to flow simulation, and gives engineers the opportunity to concentrate on engineering analysis.
During the workshop, our staff will demonstrate how our automated meshing, integrated workflow and optimization algorithms of STAR-CCM+ enables users to perform multiple simulations quickly for design exploration and optimization studies. This, coupled with our new token-based licensing system provides the flexibility and frame work to run multiple design simulations concurrently, maximizing the usage of your computer hardware resources.This workshop will feature the topics of:
Live interactive demos of meshing and optimization will be a substantial part of the workshop. Attend this session and increase your efficiency in going from CAD to simulation.
This workshop is free, but registration is required. Sign up by clicking here today.
|Event record first posted on October 10, 2013, last modified on October 11, 2013|