System Level Simulation in Excel: Is It Possible?
FloMaster Web Seminar
Microsoft Excel is a powerful and easy-to-use tool. It is widely used in engineering departments because it allows you to perform a wide range of calculations in a familiar environment. Using FloMASTER V8's integration with Excel, you can perform complete system level simulations in a simple one-click operation.
This new capability will allow every engineer to harness the power of System Simulation in a controlled and easy-to-use way. Designers can easily optimize system performance leaving expert FloMASTER users the time to focus on complex studies.
This web seminar will show you how to empower Microsoft Excel with a full System Level Simulation capability.
What You Will Learn
- How to empower Microsoft Excel with a full System Level Simulation capability
- How to set up a FloMASTER network to be run in Microsoft Excel
- How to run a System Level Simulation in Microsoft Excel
- How to optimize a system in Microsoft Excel
Who Should Attend
- System Engineers
- Mechanical Engineers
- System Analysts
- System Designers
- FloMASTER Users
About the Presenter: Alberto Deponti
Alberto has many years of experience in CFD as well as the Flowmaster product Line. Alberto started his journey into the CFD world at university, going onto a Ph.D. later and finally as a researcher. During the seven years spent in Italian universities he implemented a 3D CFD code for free surface flows for both Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids as well as a 1D CFD code for flows in presence of free surface and movable bed. In 2007 Alberto joined the Italian Flowmaster distributor where he worked intensively with Flowmaster implementing solutions for customers and prospects. He also had the opportunity to use multiple 3D CFD software in conjunction with Flowmaster in order to provide complete solutions to problems that were beyond the 1D CFD capabilities. Alberto joined Mentor Graphics in 2016 as a Technical Manager and is tasked with supporting FloMASTER's success in the European market.
Tuesday May 30, 2017
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM CEST
As part of this presentation, the benefits and drawbacks of the Organic Rankine Cycle will be discussed along with how to construct a model of the system in FloMASTER for simulation. Further discussion will focus on how you can make important design decisions such as heat exchanger sizing, expansion device selection, and evaluating the overall system performance.DNU 2017
We invite you to visit DNU at NÃ¦rmeste Hotell, Stavanger and attend the interesting InnoFour presentation: The Physiscs of Failure determing reliability in PCB's.