Expanding Horizons in Engineering Simulation of Fluid Flow & Heat Transfer
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has grown by leaps and bounds over the last 20 years, becoming a viable tool for engineering companies looking to reduce time to market, reduce testing and rework costs. Simulation software also allows engineers to learn more about their products earlier in the design process.
Join us for this engineering workshop where we will present the value of bringing CFD into your engineering process and show the key capabilities of STAR-CCM+ for fluid flow and heat transfer problems. We'll also give you the opportunity to work with the software in our hands-on session at the end of the day.
Philippe B. Vincent, Eng., M.Sc., Senior CFD Engineer for Creaform
Topic: CFD Simulation with STAR-CCM+ as a Substitute for Experimental Testing
Summary: Engineering simulation is now recognised to provide predictions that are more accurate, less expensive and that cover a larger operating conditions spectrum than experimental testing. This presentation will focus on practical examples where CFD was used to explore the performance of different products or processes while eliminating or greatly reducing the experimental testing phases. Projects such as the conjugate heat transfer simulation and optimization of a LED luminaire heat sink will be covered, as well as the simulation of drinking water pumping wells and the ventilation analysis of a cleanroom.
This event is free, but registration is required as seats are limited. Please visit our event page at www2.cd-adapco.com/l/14592/2016-04-21/6b6hs9 for more details.
Event Type: Workshop
Location: Montreal, Quebec Canada
Date: June 15, 2016