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Advanced Unsteady Turbulence Models in ANSYS CFD
Posted Thu April 29, 2010 @09:30AM
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News ANSYS will host a webinar about Advanced Unsteady Turbulence Models in ANSYS CFD on May 19th at 4pm EDT and again on June 16th at 9am EDT.

In many applications and industries, capturing unsteady flow features is of critical importance. Aero-acoustics predictions often require highly accurate unsteady flow data. State-of-the-art reacting flow studies capture unsteady interactions between the flame front and turbulent flow structures.

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ANSYS CFD products offer a complete suite of unsteady turbulence models: Large-Eddy Simulation (LES), Detached-Eddy Simulations (DES) and Scale-Adaptive Simulations (SAS). The panelists will first briefly present the theories and characteristics of the different models and demonstrate how they successfully used these models using examples from various industries. Following the presentation, the panelists will answer questions from the audience.

Join ANSYS for this free one-hour webinar and see how our users are benefiting from the insight that computer simulation offers.

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