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Unsteady Analysis and the New Requirements for CFD Post-processing
Posted Tue February 15, 2011 @10:11AM
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Announcements Today's low-cost computational resources have fundamentally changed the way we approach modern technical challenges. In the world of CFD, one of the most dramatic changes has been the increasing use of unsteady (transient) simulations, which allows engineers and scientists to study moving machinery and turbulence flows more effectively.

Join Tecplot on Tuesday, February 15, at 10 am (PST) for an informative webinar that will discuss how the requirements for quantitative and qualitative post-processing diverge from the tried and true methods for steady state simulations.


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Presented by Tecplot experts Dr. Durrell Rittenberg and Dr. Scott Imlay, the program will:

  • Discuss the primary challenges and desired outputs from unsteady and transient CFD post-processing
  • Do a live demonstration of an unsteady CFD simulation showing vortex shedding
  • Have plenty of time for audience Q&A

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