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Pump Design Powered by the Cloud
Posted Tue October 19, 2021 @01:54PM
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Announcements Simscale will host Pump Design Powered by the Cloud on November 4th at 5pm CEST / 11am EST.

Join the webinar to see how Hazleton Pumps produces better pump designs faster with SimScale’s power of the cloud. Ben Van Der Walt, Engineering Manager at Hazleton Pumps, will discuss the benefits of having fast, accurate, and versatile engineering simulation accessible across the enterprise and throughout the product life cycle.


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Specifically, Ben will share validations that prove the speed and accuracy of SimScale’s CFD capability. The webinar will also showcase a powerful, real-life case study regarding the use of structural simulation to assist with challenging installations in the field.

In addition, we’ll be demonstrating our latest disruptive technology that delivers full performance curves for all types of rotating machinery in minutes. This webinar has something for everyone: engineers, managers, CFD analysts, structural analysts, and more.

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