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Reducing Turnaround Time for In-Cylinder CFD Model Preparation
Posted Fri September 14, 2012 @12:35PM
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Announcements ANSYS will host Reducing Turnaround Time for In-Cylinder CFD Model Preparation on Wednesday September 25th and again on September 27th.

Engine CFD simulations are quite challenging in nature. One of the most important challenges is to create a CFD model ready for simulation.

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Because of the relatively moving components like piston and valves, the CFD model has to accommodate moving and deforming meshes. Analysts find it difficult to prepare a CFD model as the underlying pre-processing efforts are not just significant but also difficult to develop expertise on.

ANSYS has developed a customized Workbench-based Analysis System (ICE system) to prepare CFD models for in-cylinder simulations. This system reduces the turnaround time for in-cylinder CFD model preparation to less than a couple of hours.

This webinar will focus on demonstrating this new IC system, its scope, how it can be used and the new planned features in this system in the future versions.

Join us for this free one-hour webinar and see how our users are benefiting from the insight that computer simulation offers.

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