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Webinar: Practical Applications for Real World Engineering Design Challenges
Posted Tue October 11, 2011 @01:30PM
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Announcements Tecplot, Inc. will host the next in a series of free webinars on Simulation Analytics on Thursday, October 20 at 10 AM PDT.

This session will demonstrate how you can use this new methodology to qualitatively and quantitatively evaluate your CFD projects.


Sponsor CFD Review

Presented by Tecplot experts Dr. Durrell Rittenberg and Dr. Scott Imlay, the program will cover:
  1. A review of Simulation Analytics
  2. Using Tecplot Chorus with sets of simulation results
    • Managing CFD project results
    • Comparative analysis of high fidelity results
    • Modeling metadata with response surfaces and surrogate models
  3. Technical discussion of materials presented

There will be time for live Q&A throughout the presentation.

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