A Designers’ Guide to CFD

A Designers’ Guide to CFD

 

Overview

NAFEMS has recently published a book entitled “A Designers’ Guide to CFD”. To introduce this to the design and simulation community we are planning an on-line town hall meeting.

The purpose of “A Designers’ Guide to CFD” is to introduce today’s multi-tasking engineers to the new breed of CFD tools that are being specifically developed for “design engineers”. These software packages promise to spread the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) techniques to a far wider audience than before by making a step change in the ease of use. This may have been achieved in many cases but are there still issues that these engineers need to be aware of to get the best out of these tools and avoid computer aided disasters? The main purpose of this book is to address these issues and provide guidance to “design engineers”, and their managers, as to how to make best use of such CFD software.

 

Webinar Presentation


Webinar Recording


Note: The presentation and recording are only available to NAFEMS members.

This webinar is available to all NAFEMS members exclusively as part of their membership.

About the panellists

Mike Clapp


Mike Clapp is Technical Director at 8020 Engineering Ltd responsible for delivery of CFD consultancy projects to a wide range of industries.

Justin Hendrickson


Justin Hendrickson is Senior Director Product Management Design Business Unit at Ansys Inc. with responsibility for simulation for every engineer via Ansys Discovery Products including Discovery Live.

Sylvain Jamais


Sylvain Jamais is Associate Director, Medical Technology at Cambridge Consultants with responsibility for Systems Engineering and Medical Devices.

John Parry


John Parry is Senior Business Development Manager, STS at Mentor Mechanical Sub-Segment responsible for the electronics industry as well as being team lead for business development for Simcenter Flotherm product line.