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XFlow General Features Webinar, Nov 2013

Posted By: Flan
Date:Fri, 11 Oct 2013, 2:48 p.m.

November 4, 2013

XFlow is a CFD software which follows a meshless approach that does not share the limitation of previous CFD approaches.

In the traditional mesh-based approach, the reliability of the resuls highly depends on the quality of the mesh, and engineers spend most of the time working on the discretization.

Furthermore, there are severe difficulties in dealing with the changes in the topology of the domain for problems involving the presence of moving parts or fluid-structure interaction.

Why is XFlow so different to the current CFD solutions? Simple – it uses a particle-based approach that avoids the traditional meshing process entirely.

XFlow is a next generation CFD software system that uses a proprietary state-of-the-art Lattice Boltzmann technology, and is specifically designed for companies who require accurate feedback on flow simulation, transient aerodynamics, water management and fluid-structure interaction.

Do you want to learn more about XFlow? The XFlow team is delighted to invite you to an Introductory Webinar about the XFlow fundamentals and general features!

Benefit from the best of XFlow to improve your day-to-day performance and explore new applications.

Do not miss it!

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