Workshops

CD-adapco hosts events all over the world on a variety of topics. Please check below for events coming to your area by selecting the tab for your region. Workshops and seminars are free of charge but we do require registration for all our activities.

 

If you don't see a topic of interest, we host webinars each week and have a comprehensive library of webcast recordings that may cover a subject you are interested in.

 

Houston, Texas USA
November 4, 2014

After the success of last year’s inaugural event, CD-adapco announces the 2nd Conference in Houston, TX on November 4th and 5th. Professionals will share experiences in the application of CFD in the Oil, Gas and Chemical industries on such topics as reactor engineering and multiphase flows, fluid structure interaction (FSI), free surface flows, complex geometry handling, combustion and much more!

 

Toronto, Ontario Canada
November 12, 2014

This seminar will present the most up-to-date 3D analysis and efficient heat transfer methods available for mechanical and electronic system design, including components and assemblies.

CFD specialists will present examples of thermo-fluid dynamic (CFD) 3D calculations to effectively evaluate the temperature of components, including capabilities for heat exchangers, gas turbine engines, air conditioners, and cooling of electronics.

Farmington, Connecticut USA
November 14, 2014

This seminar will present the most up-to-date 3D analysis and efficient heat transfer methods available for mechanical and electronic system design, including components and assemblies.

CFD specialists will present examples of thermo-fluid dynamic (CFD) 3D calculations to effectively evaluate the temperature of components, including capabilities for heat exchangers, gas turbine engines, air conditioners, and cooling of electronics.

 

Calgary, Alberta Canada
December 2, 2014

CD-adapco invites you to a 1-day workshop that will provide you the opportunity to learn how engineering simulation technology benefits many aspects of oil and gas exploration, production and processing. The oil sands industry will be the specific focus of this event.

Industry-focused examples provided by the presenters will demonstrate how computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation is used to improve and optimize equipment design and aid in the development of more effective and reliable oil and gas transportation, production and process systems.

 

Novi, Michigan USA
December 3, 2014

We are pleased to announce a complimentary workshop being held in the Metro Detroit area on how to optimize your powertrain design. Presenters will look at how to apply Multidisciplinary Design Exploration methods to look at coolant and oil flows as well as heat transfer through the engine to reduce peak temperatures and prevent failure.

Guest speaker: Ahsanul Karim, Ford Motor Company will present "Automotive Turbochargers Compressor Surge Prediction using Computational Fluid Dynamics"

 

 

Haugesund, Norway
November 17, 2014

Do you want to learn more about how to use computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in your design process? Do you want to understand how you can reduce the need for tow tank testing by using CFD? Do you want to explore new methods for using CFD to design marine systems?

If so, please join us in one of two convenient locations for a workshop on CFD simulation for marine applications. This event will highlight the latest innovations and benefits of computational fluid dynamics in the marine industry, plus alternatives to physical testing and empirical methods.

 

Milano, Italy
November 18, 2014

Durante l’evento, si mostrerà come sia possibile ridurre al minimo la "manualità" nell'uso degli strumenti di simulazione e il tempo necessario per la preparazione dei modelli, senza per questo perdere in accuratezza: uno strumento di supporto alla progettazione deve essere in grado di produrre risultati numerici nel minor tempo possibile, partendo da un modello CAD di un prodotto reale, per poter incidere sui processi decisionali e ridurre le fasi prototipali.

 

Ålesund, Norway
November 18, 2014

Do you want to learn more about how to use computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in your design process? Do you want to understand how you can reduce the need for tow tank testing by using CFD? Do you want to explore new methods for using CFD to design marine systems?

If so, please join us in one of two convenient locations for a workshop on CFD simulation for marine applications. This event will highlight the latest innovations and benefits of computational fluid dynamics in the marine industry, plus alternatives to physical testing and empirical methods.

 

Treviso, Italy
November 20, 2014

Durante l’evento, si mostrerà come sia possibile ridurre al minimo la "manualità" nell'uso degli strumenti di simulazione e il tempo necessario per la preparazione dei modelli, senza per questo perdere in accuratezza: uno strumento di supporto alla progettazione deve essere in grado di produrre risultati numerici nel minor tempo possibile, partendo da un modello CAD di un prodotto reale, per poter incidere sui processi decisionali e ridurre le fasi prototipali.

 

Bari, Italy
November 25, 2014

Durante l’evento, si mostrerà come sia possibile ridurre al minimo la "manualità" nell'uso degli strumenti di simulazione e il tempo necessario per la preparazione dei modelli, senza per questo perdere in accuratezza: uno strumento di supporto alla progettazione deve essere in grado di produrre risultati numerici nel minor tempo possibile, partendo da un modello CAD di un prodotto reale, per poter incidere sui processi decisionali e ridurre le fasi prototipali.

 

Madrid, Spain
November 27, 2014

Durante el evento, se mostrara cómo se puede minimizar las operaciones "manuales" en el uso de herramientas de simulación, el tiempo necesario para preparar los modelos, y todo eso sin perder precisión: una herramienta para apoyar el diseño debe ser capaz de producir resultados numéricos en el menor tiempo posible desde un modelo CAD de un producto real, para ser capaz de afectar a los procesos de toma de decisiones y reducir las fases de prototipo.