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Exploring System Performance with Simulation Analytics
Posted Tue June 19, 2012 @08:30AM
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Announcements Tecplot, Inc. will host Exploring System Performance with Simulation Analytics using Tecplot Chorus on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 10am PDT.

Recent enhancements to Tecplot Chorus now allow users to evaluate systems of simulation results. In this webinar, Dr. Durrell Rittenberg will illustrate these new features by evaluating blade optimization and performance prediction studies of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).

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In each study, he will illustrate how to:

  1. Evaluate results from multiple simulation cases
  2. Model system performance with surrogate models
  3. Compare results qualitatively and quantitatively
  4. Use results to create reports


If you have any questions about Tecplot Chorus or the Webinar, please contact us at 425-653-1200, or email

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