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Accurately Predicting Complex Cooling Flows
Posted Wed July 16, 2008 @10:41AM
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Announcements CD-adapco is hosting a free seminar and hands-on workshop on Accurately Predicting Complex Cooling Flows on July 17th in Plantsville, CT.

Attend this free seminar to find out how flow simulation will help you be more profitable by speeding up the design cycle and the time to market. During the seminar, get hands-on experience. Then take the software with you for a free trial.


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Agenda:
  • 8:30 Free continental breakfast
  • 9:00 Introduction: Why Study Cooling Flows Through Complex Geometries?
  • 9:15 Technical Challenges & the Business Case
    • Benefits of CAE for thermal flow analysis
    • Bottlenecks in today’s design process
  • 10:15 Coffee Break
  • 10:30 Details and Demos
    • Imperfect CAD models: wrapper, meshing options
    • Overview of the solvers, including heat transfer
    • Advanced models (radiation, solar load, rotating parts, liquid-gas interfaces)
  • 12:00 Free lunch
  • 1:00 Hands-on sessions and one-on-one meetings
  • 5:00 Wrap-up

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