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SimScale Summer Breeze Contest Winners
Posted Tue August 27, 2019 @02:38PM
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News The Summer Breeze Contest focused on supporting the SimScale community members with a chance to enter the spotlight with their simulation skills. Many of our community members are students and academicsts, who will be soon looking to step foot into their careers. Applying to jobs and internships is much easier with clear visual evidence of what you can do, and with guidance from experienced partners that have been through it all before.

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For Summer 2019, the topic on focus was ventilation, including natural, forced or even a combination of both. SimScale is seeing more and more simulations for the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) market, as clients look to optimize their system designs, create comfortable indoor environments, and boost overall efficiency. For this reason, we felt ventilation would be a great topic—especially during the hot Summer months!

So which were the best projects? We’re pleased to announce our shortlist of the three finalists for the SimScale Summer Breeze Contest 2019:

Read the SimScale blog article to view the finalists

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