Automated Design of Cooling Channels: Leveraging Cloud-Based CFD with Design Automation Software
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Watch this 1-hour webinar where we show you how to use connected engineering tools with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to simulate and analyze your engineering design options using an example of conformal cooling channels that can greatly improve the efficiency of heat exchangers and injection molds.
Synera is an OPEN-connected engineering platform that connects the tools, data, and teams involved in the product development process. SimScale is a cloud-native simulation platform for CFD, FEA, and thermal analysis.
Product Manager and Partnerships Manager
At Synera, Andrew Sartorelli is the Product Manager for Integrations, as well as Software Partnership Lead where helps brings to market solutions for customer pains using internally developed solutions, as well as leveraging partner solutions. He’s spent the past 10 years working for a variety of engineering software companies including Autodesk, nTopology, Hexagon, and now Synera.
Structural engineer by training, develops software solutions and analytical models to improve the workflow for every engineer. Areas of expertise include structural optimisation, complex geometries, and ML.
Application Engineering Manager
Steve is an Application Engineering Manager at SimScale. He has a technical foundation, with a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Materials Science. Steve has 7 years of industry-relevant experience from working in aerospace design and engineering simulation.
Khairi is part of the application engineering team at SimScale with experience in both CFD and FEA. He has a background in Civil engineering and had completed his master studies in computational mechanics from TU Munich.
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