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What's New in FloEFD V.16
Posted Mon February 13, 2017 @05:44PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host FloEFD v.16 - What’s New on 23rd February 2017, 11am UK Time & 10am PST.

With the latest version of FloEFD software, users can now simulate the sorption (when one substance permeates another) and desorption (changing from an adsorbed state to a gaseous or liquid state) processes of water vapor, which is important for several key markets such as automotive lighting design.


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Other automotive lighting related capabilities include radiation and spectrum for direction source modeling, and LED thermal-optical modeling to simulate LEDs with non-linear dependence of parameters on temperature.

Other new features include:

  • Conditions Linked from Components
  • Transient Explorer
  • Design of Experiments and Optimization
  • 3D Characterization for 1D analysis
  • FloEFD for Solid Edge

Join this upcoming web seminar to see the new features explained. Click here to register.

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