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AI-Powered Valve Design
Posted Mon July 22, 2019 @02:08PM
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Announcements CCTech will host AI-Powered Valve Design on Thursday, August 1st 2019.

We are living in a world where Machine Learning has become and becoming root in various fields. A lot of people are interested in learning how to apply machine learning to solve their problems. CCTech has been working in Machine Learning from the last couple of years with our focus on how we can use Machine Learning in Valve Design.

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We have successfully implemented Machine Learning in Valve designing by using experimental or numerical data generated from simulationHub's Valve CFD application. We would like to share how we have developed valve design app for common control valves and butterfly valves using our Machine Learning expertise. We are delighted to demonstrate how we can provide you with the best design for required flow performance using generative design.

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