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How to Calculate the Pressure Drop across a Valve Using CFD

About this Free Webinar

Pressure forces exerted on valve components during operation are critical to both performance and product life span. Fluid flow simulation (CFD) helps engineers and designers identify flow characteristics such as high pressure regions, allowing them to make educated design decisions. In this free webinar, you will learn how to use CFD simulation via a standard web browser with SimScale to calculate pressure drop in valves.

In addition, you will discover other applications of fluid dynamics analysis in valve design, including reducing weight, maintaining strength, identifying areas with cavitation risk, adjusting the flow field and testing valve designs under extreme conditions.

No prior knowledge or software is required to join this webinar. All participants can get access to SimScale with all the required simulation features by creating a Community account on our website. If you are unable to attend the live session, we would still encourage you to register in order to receive the recording.


About SimScale

With offices in Boston and Munich, SimScale is the world’s first production-ready SaaS application for engineering simulation. By providing instant access to computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis, SimScale has moved high-fidelity physics simulation technology from a complex and cost-prohibitive desktop application only available to experts in large companies to a user-friendly web application accessible to any designer and engineer in the world.

March

18

How to Calculate the Pressure Drop across a Valve Using CFD

12:00 p.m. EDT (New York) / 5:00 p.m. CET (Munich)

18th of March, 2019 5:00 p.m. CEST / 11:00 a.m. ET

Learn how to virtually test valve designs and calculate pressure drop in the optimization process using fluid flow simulation via cloud.

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