CFD User Meeting: A Better Powertrain Simulation Process
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.
Initiatives shown during this event will focus on the virtual powertrain simulation to help provide quick and early design testing, thus reducing cost and time of development. This workshop concentrates on how simulation impacts design and how to improve your simulations through Multidisciplinary Design Exploration.
Keynote Presentation: System Level Transient Engine Heat Rejection Simulations, by Jeff Schlautman, General Motors, Engine Analysis Technical Specialist, CFD Thermal Management.
In addition, simulation experts will explore the following topics through presentations and demonstrations:
- Optimization of Powertrain Components
- Aftertreatment (SCR) Simulations - Automation via a STAR-CCM+® Wizard
- Technology Update: FEA in STAR-CCM+
- Aero-acoustic and Aerovibro-acoustic Simulations for Powertrain
- Software Demo: Benefits and Efficiency Gain by a Parts-Based Pre-Processing in STAR-CCM+
If you are a CFD user in the automotive industry and want to improve your productivity to discover better powertrain designs faster, or you are just curious about how CFD can work for you, this workshop will be beneficial.
Learn more at www2.cd-adapco.com/l/14592/2015-10-12/5qpqgk
Event Type: Seminar
Location: Novi, Michigan United States
Date: December 1, 2015