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  • Online
    April 28, 2015

    Multi-stage turbomachinery flow-fields are inherently unsteady. Accurately capturing unsteady flow features such as tip vortex motion and blade-row interaction is important for properly predicting machine performance and thermal profiles. Modeling these unsteady features provides greater insight into the transient nature of the system, and is also necessary for accurate prediction of time-averaged quantities such as efficiency and blade temperature.

    Traditional time-marching unsteady methods are often accompanied by prohibitive expense with regard to computational cost. The harmonic balance method is able to capture unsteady...

  • Online
    April 30, 2015

    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.

    With excessive amounts of data being generated in the face of fast-approaching deadlines and our target audiences needing to form their own thousand-word narratives, it is easy to lose sight of our primary objective: delivering something in an efficient and effective way that enables others to see problems immediately and understand the choice of resolution.

    The challenges of managing our data include:

    • Effective communication of our simulation efforts to colleagues and partners
    • ...
  • Online
    May 7, 2015

    Erfahren Sie in diesem kostenlosen Webinar wie moderne Simulationstools im Einklang mit experimentellen Methoden funktionieren und Wettbewerbsfähigkeit langfristig sichern.

    Der Inhalt des Webinars richtet sich an Prozess- oder Entwicklungsingenieure, technische Leiter und Projektverantwortliche. Erfahren Sie, wie Ihr Team und Ihr Unternehmen direkt von Simulationen profitieren kann, wie Sie Verbesserungspotentiale identifizieren und damit Ihren Innovationsvorsprung sichern und ausbauen.

    Die folgenden Themen werden detailliert vorgestellt und erläutert:

    • Mechanische Verfahren
      • Trennen/Filtern/
    • ...
  • Online
    May 14, 2015

    Electronics assemblies frequently include perforated plates, louvers, fibrous filters, finger guards and other components with very fine flow passages. The primary purpose of each of these parts might serve aesthetic purposes, provide EMI shielding, dust filtering or ensure user safety, but they also can significantly restrict the air flow through the system.

    Properly accounting for the added flow resistance they introduce is critical for the thermal design of the electronics. But because these porous media have fine geometric features with small flow passages, it may not be desired — or even feasible — to explicitly simulate the detailed flow passages in a full system-level thermal analysis of the enclosure.


  • Online
    May 21, 2015

    This online event will illustrate the effectiveness of analysis-led design methods in the up-front engineering phase. Presenters will discuss the use of sophisticated modeling and simulation techniques for the verification of design concepts. These methods have become essential as production operators and service providers operate and design subsea equipment for High Pressure/High Temperature (HP/HT) wells, and for field equipment that may reach seawater depths approaching 10,000 feet.

    In addition, presenters will discuss incorporating the use of modeling and simulation software to ensure during the design phase that hydrocarbons easily flow within subsea pipeline and equipment, thus preventing the formation of hydrates, waxes, and...

  • Online
    June 11, 2015

    The marine industry is facing unprecedented challenges. Population increases and economic growth within emerging markets will soon drive a demand for an increase in available sea-going vessel capacity, while climate change and ever more stringent regulations dictate the need for highly-optimized vessels that can operate with maximum efficiency while having minimal environmental impact.

    Are traditional ship design methods, which rely heavily on model testing, hindering companies from adopting innovative solutions that would help them face new challenges? Has the time come for the marine industry to start focusing its efforts on validating CFD methods at full scale and under real operating conditions?...