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Fluid-Structure Interaction with FLUENT and ABAQUS
Posted Tue October 25, 2005 @08:27AM
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News Please join us for this special event to learn about how the finite element program ABAQUS and the fluid dynamics code FLUENT provide best-in-class simulation solutions in their respective application areas. With the MpCCI technology provided by Fraunhofer SCAI, the two codes now can be used to simulate fluid-structure interaction (FSI).

This enables the user to simulate both sequential and fully coupled FSI problem with high accuracy. The communication of results between the two codes is handled by Fraunhofer SCAI technology MpCCI, making the FSI coupling between ABAQUS and FLUENT accurate and user friendly.

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In the presentation the technical background of the FSI approach will be presented and several examples from automotive applications will be demonstrated.

To register for this free online event, visit: webinar website.

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Mark Pelzer, PhD, Senior CFD Engineer Chemical, Processing and Material, Fluent Germany. Dr. Pelzer joined the Fluent team in October of 2000. At Fluent, he is involved in CFD projects for various material and chemical applications and for various fluid structure interaction projects. He earned his diploma in solid matter physics from the Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Sciences and Natural Sciences at the RWTH Aachen, and a PhD in foundry engineering from the Foundry Institute at the RWTH Aachen.

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