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Combustion 101: Optimizing the Burn
Posted Fri October 08, 2010 @04:46PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Combustion 101: Optimizing the Burn on October 26th at 2pm EST.

In this web seminar we will discuss problem areas that engineers in the combustion industry often encounter and how the use of 'Concurrent CFD' heat transfer and fluid flow analysis enables Design Engineers to have a direct and positive influence on the reliability and optimization of modern combustion product designs.


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During this presentation, the presenter will demonstrate how easy it is with Concurrent CFD to simulate the design of a Gas Turbine Combustor, re-create virtually the problems inherent in a design and then optimize and evaluate the results.

The presenter will then go on to show you how to perform "what-if" analysis, such as the addition of extra cooling by quickly modifying the designers original MCAD model geometry and analyzing the simulation results for the new design.

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