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Coupling 1D and 3D CFD
Posted Tue December 15, 2009 @05:20PM
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Announcements NAFEMS will host Coupling 1D and 3D CFD: The Challenges and Rewards of Co-Simulation on March 17, 2010.

Co-simulation of a 1D with a 3D model potentially offers the best of both worlds. It enables the sharing of boundary data between 1D and 3D models in a single or multi-domain system to facilitate the simulation the overall fluid system coupled with more detailed CFD simulation of 3D flows within a critical part of the network. This seminar aims to illustrate and examine these models.


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This seminar aims to:
  • Explore the motivation for linking 1D system and 3D CFD models in terms of engineering and practical aspirations;
  • Consider some of the key challenges in performing such analyses and how to rise to them; and
  • Look at some of the commercially available options for addressing the technical need.
Please visit http://www.nafems.org/events/nafems/2010/CouplingCFD/ for further details and registration.

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