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Turbocharger Design and Analysis Best Practices
Posted Wed November 07, 2012 @04:27PM
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Announcements ANSYS will host Turbocharger Design and Analysis Best Practices using ANSYS Turbo Tools on November 13th & 15th.

Turbochargers are increasingly used on a wide range of vehicles as one means to improve fuel economy. Manufacturers are challenged to deliver reliable, high performance, efficient turbochargers with a wide operating range, and to do so in a short period of time.

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This webinar presents best practice usage of the ANSYS suite of turbomachinery design and analysis tools for turbochargers. The focus will be on the aerodynamics tools, and how usage of best practices enhances product development processes and the ability to meet performance and time requirements.

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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