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FREE WEBINAR DEC. 13: Simulation-Driven Design of High Performance Thermal Systems for Industrial Machinery

In this webinar, learn how to address challenges related to the design of thermal systems for industrial machinery using SIMULIA’s CFD solutions.

In this webinar, learn how to address challenges related to the design of thermal systems for industrial machinery using SIMULIA’s Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solutions.

DATE: December 13, 2022
TIME: 03:00 PM EST/ Noon PDT

As OEMs in Industrial Machinery segment compete to grow in established and emerging markets, they face tightening regulatory requirements, customer expectations and maintaining aftermarket reputation, while aiming to reduce the environment footprint of construction machines. Additionally, late-stage failure continues to be costly both in terms of time and profitability.

Recent trends in the industry towards higher heat rejection requirements and ever tighter underhood packaging while operating in extreme range of working temperatures pose significant challenges in the design of efficient thermal systems. This e-seminar is intended to address some of these industry challenges related to design of thermal systems using SIMULIA’s Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solutions.

The process is driven by SIMULIA’s PowerFLOW technology which offers unique, inherently transient Lattice-Boltzmann-based physics to perform simulations that accurately predict real-world transient conditions in the most complex geometry. We will showcase how SIMULIA’s thermal workflows can tackle the challenges facing Industrial Machinery space and establish how these workflows can be leveraged to address a wide range of thermal design problems.

Join the webinar to learn about the following:

  • Evaluate and optimize thermal performance with Digital Design and Validation; the application areas to be shown include Thermal Protection, Key Off and Soak, Thermal Duty Cycle, DEF Tank Thawing, Cooling Airflow, and Cabin Comfort
  • Validated thermal solution to simulate designs and standard testing procedures (both at the component and vehicle integration level) used by OEMs for product development, providing significant savings to the machine design process in both turnaround time and cost
  • Demonstration of use cases for streamlined, automated tools and workflows to enable democratization of simulation in an organization, that can be leveraged by designers as well

Register for the webinar here.

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Speakers

Debarun Das
Industry Process Consultant
Dassault Systemes

Moderator: Kenneth Wong
Senior Editor
Digital Engineering

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