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High Fidelity Simulation for System Performance Prediction
Posted Thu October 25, 2012 @04:26PM
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Announcements Tecplot will host Predicting system performance via analysis of collections of high fidelity simulation on Tuesday October 30th at 9am PDT.

High fidelity simulation to predict system performance is being adopted by organizations large and small. Simulation analytics when applied to collections of results can significantly reduce manufacturing costs.


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This webinar will discuss:
  • Evaluating scalar quantities across simulation results
  • Comparing results across operational design points
  • Using surrogate models as a predictive tool

Please welcome Dr. Ryan Starkey, Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder, as our guest panelist for this webinar.

You may be interested in reading our latest case study: Overcoming the curse of dimensionality in hypersonic design.

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