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Tag Archives: Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

Winds of Change Hit Aerodynamics Testing

SimScale leverages the cloud to democratize CFD analysis, as with this example of an F1 race car. Image courtesy of SimScale.

Despite more expansive use of computational fluid dynamics, carmakers are getting the best aerodynamics results by tuning engineering workflows to integrate both simulation and wind tunnel testing.

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CFD in the Cloud

This image of the topology of a dual-impeller industrial baffled mixer is used in an EXN/Aero validation case study on the Envenio website. The baffle region is in purple and the immersed baffles are in red. Image courtesy of Envenio.

EXN/Aero end-to-end CFD solution now hosted on Google Cloud platform.

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EXN/AERO Migrates to Google

EXN/Aero addresses many of the long-time restrictions and limitations faced by engineers, replacing inflexible and expensive CFD licenses with a pay-as-you-go model, according to Envenio.

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Emerging Trends in Product Design

Product complexity, the internet of things, augmented reality and simulation are just some of the topics unraveled in the upcoming online event “Future of CAD: Emerging Trends in Product Design.” Image courtesy of PTC.

Does it seem like product design technologies change overnight? Here's a chance to catch up on what you need to know before lunch.

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TURBOdesign Suite v6.6 for Turbomachinery Design and Optimization Released

Figure 1: The head, efficiency and power map prediction for pump. (a) Head map and settings for performance calculation (b) Efficiency map (c) Power map

Additionally, the company is hosting a webinar to highlight the new TURBOdesign Suite functionality, including a performance map prediction for centrifugal pump and centrifugal compressor with real gas and the integration of TURBOdesign Optima with ANSYS Workbench for CFD and FEA computation.

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