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Wed, 22 Jul


Free Online Event

Virtual ATCx - Computational Fluid Dynamics

Developing Next Generation Products with Powerful, Cost Efficient CFD Solutions

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Virtual ATCx - Computational Fluid Dynamics
Virtual ATCx - Computational Fluid Dynamics

Time & Location

22 Jul 2020, 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm MYT

Free Online Event

About the event

There are many applications and approaches to consider for fluid analysis in the current CAE environment, with each application and new capability accompanied with more exploration into the market and further expense. What if there was system whereby all the applications needed were under one roof, with one licensing system and supported by one unified team?

With a line-up of inspirational speakers and industry experts, this free to attend online event will demonstrate how leading companies are exploiting the latest multi-disciplinary computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solutions to optimise gearbox oiling, analysing tank sloshing, perform rapid external aerodynamics studies, predict and reduce undesirable wind noise and much more.

Whether you’re an analyst performing advanced CFD modelling or a design engineer who quickly needs to understand fluid or thermal effects on a design proposal; this online event is for you. From detailed component analysis to full system performance, this free to attend day offers insight into the CFD methods and processes of leading manufacturers to inspire your next innovation.

Join and Learn:

  • How leading companies are utilising the latest CFD simulation technologies to accelerate development cycles
  • How GPU’s can accelerate your modelling and solving process, reducing design time
  • The requirements and applications for high fidelity fluid runs
  • How Altair's CFD offerings can enable your organisation to reduce software expenditure without compromising accuracy

Who Should Attend?

This event is ideal for Engineering Managers looking to enhance simulation capability whilst keeping costs under control, along with Engineering Analysts looking to expand their capability beyond the current toolset limitations, and Design Analysts looking to achieve more complexity with expert help and support from the highly rated Altair team.

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