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  • Online
    October 16, 2014

    Many real engineering applications which have not traditionally benefited from simulation in the past involve complex relative, interlocking motions that cannot be modeled by the simple rotational or translational models that are common in simulation software. This presents a headache to remeshing and morphing techniques.

    Overset mesh represents a paradigm shift in motion modeling that allows motion, however complex, to be easily simulated, be that a full production line, the motion of the arm of an excavator removing rock and soil, the spray painting of a car, or a lifeboat launch together with all of the associated physics those simulations entail.

    This online event provides an introduction to overset mesh and related methods such as DFBI. It will provide you with an...

  • Online
    October 23, 2014

    Daimler and CD-adapco™ have been working at achieving full integration of a simulation management system into a PLM environment that eases the challenge for non-CAE experts to run simulations. By designing the digital prototype, this allows engineers to simulate the vehicle in real world test conditions. The model is used to predict thermal temperature of components during urban drive cycles, explore acoustic noise prediction, as well as investigate interior thermal comfort.

    This online event provides an introduction to simulating systems and related methods. Attendees will learn the immense benefits that can be achieved...

  • Online
    October 30, 2014

    We recognize that companies are interested in using simulation to design pumps that perform to specification not only at the Best Efficiency Point (BEP), but also under wide-ranging operating conditions. Such companies know that their customers will not always operate their pumps at the BEP, so the more robust they can make their designs, the better. 

    These companies also know that simulation can be a cost-efficient way for them to help answer all the numerous ‘What If…?’ questions associated with exploring new and innovative design configurations.

    By participating in this webinar, you will obtain an understanding of how you can:

    • Obtain rapid throughput with your CFD flow simulations of centrifugal water pumps – from CAD to mesh to simulation results
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  • Online
    November 6, 2014

    The clinical trial and regulatory submission process continues to change and evolve. With the latest advancements in Computational Modeling and Simulation (CM&S), new methods and tools are now available to help you improve your bench top tests, in vitro and in vivo tests, handle your scale up challenges and even accelerate the clinical trial themselves.

    This webinar will present and discuss the future path of the clinical trial process: a shared vision of providers, end users and the regulatory agencies for medical device design and pharmaceutical product development. Besides the advances in CM&S, the regulatory situation and trends will be addressed in a discussion with a clinical trial expert....

  • Online
    November 13, 2014

    In January 2013, the IMO (International Maritime Organization) introduced the EEDI (Energy Efficiency Design Index) as a way to evaluate the energy efficiency of new vessels. The purpose of the EEDI regulation is to reduce the CO2 emissions from ships. This often leads designers and operators to reduce engine sizes and consequently emissions and operation speeds.

    This educational webinar will showcase how CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) is being used to evaluate and improve designs to reduce drag from the hull and appendages and maximize thrust from the propulsion system in order to reduce the vessel’s energy requirements.

    In addition to accurately predicting...