Web Seminar: FloEFD V.16 - What's New
FloEFD is a full-featured 3D computational fluid dynamics analysis solution built into major MCAD systems. As an award-winning frontloading CFD solution, FloEFD enables users to move CFD simulation early into the design process where it can help engineers examine trends and dismiss less desirable design options. Fast to learn and easy to use, FloEFD eliminates the workflow complexity and meshing overheads of old-school CFD software.
This web seminar will cover the new features introduced in version 16, our most recent release of FloEFD.
What You Will Learn
New features in FloEFD 16 include:
- Conditions Linked from Components
- Water absorption in solids
- Various radiation enhancements
- Transient Explorer
- Design of Experiments and Optimization
- FloEFD for Solid Edge
- 3D Characterization for 1D analysis in FloMASTER
About the Presenter: Chris Watson
Chris is the Technical Manager for FloEFD Products for the Mechanical Analysis Division of Mentor Graphics. He is responsible for technical leadership of Mentor’s FloEFD product line in North America. His engineering roles through the years have included consulting, technical support, customer training, and pre and post sales application engineering. Currently he works in the software development group to help influence the direction of FloEFD and promote its growth in North America.
Prior to Mentor Graphics, Chris worked for NIKA and CD-adapco, starting his career in the commercial CFD industry in 1995. Chris received his BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, and his MS in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University.
Who Should Attend
- Engineers designing products whose performance is influenced by fluid flow and/or heat transfer
- Technical Managers
- Current FloEFD users
Thursday the 23rd of February 2017
11.00 AM - 11.30 AM Europe/London
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