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An Interactive Course on Vehicle Thermal Management
Posted Thu March 14, 2002 @12:05PM
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News The CD adapco Group will be holding a 3-day interactive course on Vehicle Thermal Management at their Plymouth, Michigan facility on April 8-10, 2002. The course is intended for engineers who have a need to perform complete vehicle underhood thermal management and passenger comfort studies.

The CFD modeling course will cover the topics listed below using STAR-CD, the leading automotive CFD code:

  • Heat exchanger and fan modeling using the latest features and techniques
  • Engine compartment analysis including thermal radiation
  • Passenger comfort including solar radiation
  • Windshield de-misting and de-icing
  • Overview on the best meshing and modeling practices

If you are interested in attending or obtaining more information, please call Scott on 631-549-2300, ext. 208 or email training@adapco.com.


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