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Large Eddy Simulation for Engineering Applications
Posted Tue January 11, 2005 @09:01PM
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News Please join Dr. Sung-Eun Kim, Principal Engineer at Fluent Inc. for an online seminar discussing how to maximize accuracy and minimize cost in using Large Eddy Simulation and Detached Eddy Simulation for engineering applications. This online seminar will take place on January 20, 2005 at 2 p.m.

Large Eddy Simulation is becoming a viable tool for engineering analysis of complex flows for which unsteady turbulent interactions play a critical role. This includes problems involving bluff body aero- and hydrodynamics, fluid-structure interaction, acoustics, complex mixing phenomena, and other turbulent flow problems in which large, anisotropic structures dominate the flow-field. This webinar will cover the basics of the method, along with advice on how to use it effectively in an engineering environment.

To enroll in this free event, visit the seminar website.

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