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Understanding the Flow Physics of Coolants
Posted Thu May 22, 2008 @01:07PM
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News Join Tecplot for a presentation by the University of Cincinnati titled Understanding the Flow Physics of Coolants on Tuesday, June 3rd at 11:00am PDT (2:00pm EDT).

This presentation will show the use of advanced software tools to study the physics of airflow and how it impacts the performance of aircraft engines.


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To understand the flow physics of cooling holes, researchers used CFD++ to perform a CFD analysis on a CAD model of a simplified engine blade that was tested experimentally in the UC Combustion Research Laboratory. See how good visualization techniques can be used to identify and analyze unexpected simulation results.

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