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Make your design process faster and more iterative with online CFD

CFD simulation has emerged as a way to test and optimize products, components, and buildings and iterate without or with reduced physical prototypes. The time, learning curve, and costs required for traditional simulation are often obstacles. Register for this webinar to learn how to avoid such barriers with simulation in the cloud.



Date: March 27, 2019
Time: 9 AM EDT (6 AM PDT)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

When creating a new design in any industry, from electronics and consumer goods to automotive, construction, or industrial equipment, there is inevitable pressure to deliver both quickly and with a high degree of accuracy.

CFD simulation has emerged as a way to test and optimize products, components and buildings from the initial design stage and iterate with or without reduced physical prototypes. Unfortunately, the fear of days or weeks required to run simulation, as well as the learning curve and high costs associated with traditional software often lead many to believe that fluid flow analysis is not an option. As CFD simulation moves to the cloud, such barriers are a thing of the past.

In this webinar, Jon Wilde, industry expert at SimScale, will show you:

  • How you can virtually test your CAD model in minutes via a standard web browser and identify optimization potential, no matter your industry
  • A practical design example of the thermal analysis of a printed circuit board to identify the best cooling strategy based on the simulation results
  • Pitfalls to avoid when considering simulation options

Key Takeaways

  • Learn how you can virtually test your CAD model in minutes via a standard web browser and identify optimization potential, no matter your industry
  • See a practical design example of the thermal analysis of a printed circuit board to identify the best cooling strategy based on the simulation results
  • Discover pitfalls to avoid when considering simulation options

Speaker

Jon Wilde, Application Engineering Director, SimScale

With 15 years of experience in industry, Jon is an expert in CFD, application engineering and team management. Before joining SimScale, he helped to form Autodesk's current CFD solution and worked there to both support it and manage a team of technical support engineers.