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Flow Simulation Tips & Tricks

Thursday June 4, 2015 at 9:19am
SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation is a feature rich computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tool that can be used to simulate a wide range of liquid, gas and heat transfer problems. webcast is intended for existing Flow users and will cover a variety of less well known tools, capabilities and tricks that all users should find helpful. Based on nearly 10 years’ experience using Flow, Andy will use a variety of examples to illustrate tips and tricks for meshing, solving and post-processing results, enabling you to solve faster, with more accuracy and better results output. 

SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation is a feature rich computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tool that can be used to simulate a wide range of liquid, gas and heat transfer problems. webcast is intended for existing Flow users and will cover a variety of less well known tools, capabilities and tricks that all users should find helpful.

Based on nearly 10 years’ experience using Flow, Andy will use a variety of examples to illustrate tips and tricks for meshing, solving and post-processing results, enabling you to solve faster, with more accuracy and better results output.

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SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Webcast

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