Dirty or Not, Taking CAD Directly to CFD Simulation…The Easy Way!
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화요일, 4월 26, 2011

Dealing with the consequences of imperfect CAD has long been the biggest bottleneck in CFD. This key fact was, until recently, the single largest obstacle in getting flow-simulation to have a real positive impact on product development.

For a typical case, producing a meshing quality triangulated surface, along with the required high quality computational meshes from complex or dirty CAD, could take days or even weeks. Ultimately, up to 50% of the engineering budget can be consumed. It is not just automated surface clean-up; this on-demand webinar recording demonstrates the latest surface wrapping and advanced meshing technologies that eliminate manual repair from the CFD process altogether, guaranteeing a faster route from CAD to flow simulation and freeing CFD engineers to concentrate on engineering analysis.

A live demonstration elaborates on techniques for meshing complex geometry that comes from dirty CAD. Attendees learn tips for using local control of a surface wrapper for feature detection or defeaturing. 3D CAD capabilities will also be explored for augmenting imported CAD geometry.

Demetris Clerides
Peter Ewing
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