Flow-Noise Simulation for Automotive Applications
Posted Wednesday April 22 at 10:19am
Need a fast, accurate and complete acoustic simulation of broadband Flow-Noise? Join NUMECA on April 30th for a free webinar on FINE™/Acoustics, NUMECA’s CFD-Aero- and Vibro-Acoustic integrated environment!
CFD-LES simulations can provide very accurate results for relatively simple test cases, but they require high computational power to be applied in industrial context for real life applications. The Flow-Noise method offered by NUMECA is a viable alternative, providing good approximations results for realistic applications.
Large Scale Aircraft Design Using SU2 and Pointwise
Posted Monday April 20 at 2:7pm
Thomas D. Economon, Francisco Palacios, Juan J. Alonso
Aeronautics & Astronautics Department
SU2 is an open-source collection of C++ and Python-based software for multi-physics simulation and design, and it is particularly well suited for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and aerodynamic shape design. It is now under active development both by researchers at Stanford University and by individuals and groups at institutions all around the world.
Measuring the Value and Cost of Data Analysis
Posted Monday April 20 at 12:36pm
Is a picture worth a thousand words? Some are, some aren’t — but why? When it comes to presenting simulation results, it is not an easy question to answer or anticipate. While we are fully engaged in projects, we learn a lot about the devices and processes we are modeling.
CD-adapco will host Measuring the Value and Cost of Data Analysis on April 30, 2015 to explore the issue.
Practical Structural & Thermal Management of Electronic & Electro-Mechanical Products
Posted Friday April 17 at 5:40pm
Join Wilde Analysis on Wednesday 29th April as we showcase ANSYS' multiphysics capabilities, combining electromagnetic, thermal and structural simulation, relevant to electronics design.
Understanding the thermal behaviour and associated structural response of a component is crucial to the design of an electronics product. From initial concept through to manufacturing, ANSYS simulation plays its part in helping engineers eliminate under-performing proposals, while also providing non-invasive methods for performance assessments of potential designs.