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NUMECA Adds Uncertainty Quantification Module
Posted Mon March 18, 2013 @04:05PM
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News Most designers are aware that many variables entering the simulation process have a range of uncertainty, such as operational (boundary) conditions, geometric or modeling parameters.

With this new tool from NUMECA, you will be able to reduce the risks associated with your simulation based design decision process.


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The uncertainty quantification module functions include:
  • Specifying and quantifying input uncertainties as probability density functions (pdf)
  • Obtaining predicted quantities with uncertainty bars
  • Obtaining predicted quantities as probability density functions, instead of single values, defining thereby a range of confidence.

Find out how you will take advantage of this new tool from NUMECA in our next product release, or contact us for further information at sales@numeca.be.

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