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Simulating and Optimizing Reaction Forces in Product Design using CFD
Posted Fri January 13, 2012 @06:10PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Simulating and Optimizing Reaction Forces in Product Design using CFD on January 18th at 2pm EST.

This complimentary web seminar will focus on how Concurrent CFD can be used to predict the working performance of potential pre-manufactured products.

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By using a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tool that is fully embedded in CAD early in the design process (to simulate the products design), the engineer can make sure the design meets all specification requirements and reduce the number of costly physical prototypes and potential product recalls. In this example we will be using the Pro/ENGINEER CAD tool and interface.

In this complimentary web seminar you will learn:

  • How to predict axial forces and areas of cavitation
  • How to perform fluid flow analysis using the FloEFD wizard and your familiar CAD interface
  • How to visualize flow distributions in a virtual 3D environment with a rotating impeller
  • The impact of design changes and how it can affect performance
  • Efficient ways to share results with design teams and customers

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