Simulation Best Practices for Heat Exchanger Design & Development – Webinar

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Used in a variety of settings across a range of scales, heat exchangers must perform reliably, often in harsh conditions, and be durable enough to operate effectively despite extremes of cyclical thermal loading—sometimes for years without replacement.

Simulation offers a critical tool to optimize heat exchange performance, select the most appropriate materials, and predict durability and life. Ansys heat exchanger simulation application capabilities provide that reliability, helping users to optimize performance with regards to key components such as shape optimization, system level integration, and conjugate heat transfer.

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Join PADT’s systems application engineer and heat exchanger expert Josh Stout for an in-depth look at challenges facing engineers working within this application, Ansys capabilities that can provide solutions, and examples of outputs expected after implementing simulation. 

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Discussion topics will include:

  • Diffuser & Tube Thread Shape Optimization
  • Conjugate Heat Transfer
  • Cold & Hot Cycle Fatigue
  • Condensation & Evaporation
  • System-level Capability (0D, 1D, 3D Coupling)
  • And Much More

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