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Simulation Based Characterization
Posted Mon April 10, 2017 @01:13PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Simulation Based Characterization: A 3D to 1D System Level Thermo-Fluid CFD Workflow on 20th April 2017 at 11am UK Time and 10am PST.

A simulation based characterization workflow allows you to characterize complex geometries for use within a FloMASTER simulation. Join this web seminar to learn how FloEFD can be used to characterize complex multi-arm geometries for use in FloMASTER thermos-fluids simulations.

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Topics covered include:
  • How to set up and solve a characterization parametric study in FloEFD
  • Use of Design of Experiments and Response Surface technologies
  • How to instantiate a FloMASTER N-Arm component
  • Application of the simulation based characterization workflow to an automotive cooling example

Robin Bornoff will be staying on line after the event to answer any questions.

For more information and to register, click here.

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