Understanding the Performance of a Globe Valve Using Multiphysics Simulation
A valve leakage or worse explosion can be catastrophic. How do you know that your valve will perform under pressure in the real world?
Watch this webinar on how engineering simulation can be applied to understanding both the flow and structural performance of a globe valve. Learn how to:
Omar Abed is on SimScale’s Application Engineering Team with a simulation and modeling background in turbomachinery, external aerodynamics, thermal management, HVAC systems, and flow control applications.
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