ON-DEMAND DEMO AND WORKSHOP
Parametric Studies for Rotating Machinery: Hands-On Workshop with SimScale
Join us for a demonstration of state-of-the-art CFD technology for rotating machinery applications. During this workshop, our specialists guide you through setting up and running parametric performance studies on the cloud from your web browser. The new transient simulation capabilities of SimSale for rotating flows are also discussed.
Learn how to generate performance curves for a centrifugal pump in a step-by-step tutorial that covers:
Matt Bemis is a modeling and simulation specialist focused on electronics cooling, turbomachinery, external aerodynamics, automotive, and biomedical and is part of SimScale’s Application Engineering Team.
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