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Happy Volute Days - Get Your CFD-Ready Volute Model
Posted Tue May 17, 2016 @09:04AM
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News CAESES has launched Happy Volute Days to promote their turbocharger & pump volute design software.

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You will get an intelligent & CFD-ready parametric model, highly variable and 100% robust. Based on your wishes regarding the shape control the parametric model will be set up. This includes intuitive A/R controls as well as custom 2D section definitions. Most types of standard CAD output are available (e.g. closed and colored STL data, IGES, STEP, …). In a second stage, the model is linked to your analysis software so that you can readily conduct design studies and shape optimizations – or simply create a new design candidate with a single click. Finally, your package includes training on this model and a professional license of CAESES®!

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