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Simulating and Optimizing Reaction Forces
Posted Mon January 18, 2010 @04:45PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Simulating and Optimizing Reaction Forces on Jan 27, 2010 from 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM US/Eastern.

The ability to recognize and predict reactive forces such as pressure, torque and aerodynamic coefficients can be critical for a products’ stability, reliability, usability and in many cases its safety. Being able to predict, verify and adjust a design in the early stages of development can save a company time and money.


Sponsor CFD Review

Overview:
This online seminar, brought to you by leading CFD company Mentor Graphics, will demonstrate the advantages of adopting ‘Concurrent CFD’ into your design workflow. Concurrent CFD refers to a powerful simulation technology that resides entirely within a mechanical CAD (MCAD) platform, where it is used concurrently with all the other tools in the normal menu structure.

As a result, you will be able to treat CFD as a routine operation within your preferred CAD system. Concurrent CFD works because it automates the most onerous CFD steps — the same steps that once required the attention of a trained specialist.

In particular these include transferring mechanical geometry to the CFD application, modeling internal cavities if needed, and creating a “mesh.”

To illustrate this, the presenter will discuss the complexities surrounding the design of a water pump, analyzing the forces it can create and what this means for the overall finished product. The session will also cover the ease with which "what-if" analyses can be performed by modifying the ‘live’ MCAD geometry. And finally, the simulation results for the modified design will be reviewed.

What You Will Learn:

  • How to perform 3D analysis using built-in concurrent CFD
  • Visualize results in a virtual 3D environment
  • Understand the impact of design changes and the effect it can have on a finished product
  • Generate detailed reports automatically in Microsoft Word and Excel

Who Should Attend:

  • Design Engineers
  • Design Managers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Product Design Managers
  • Project Managers

Register now for this free Event.

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