|Published on:||February 8th, 2021|
|With:||Eric Miller & Sina Ghods|
In this episode your host and Co-Founder of PADT, Eric Miller is joined by PADT’s Senior Simulation Support & Application Engineer and fluids expert Sina Ghods for a look at what’s new in this release.
For fluids simulation in this release, products can be designed faster than ever before, thanks to major physics and productivity enhancements that build upon the tool’s already powerful workflow and meshing capabilities.
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From small to mid-sized companies to global organizations, companies of every size seek new ways for pioneering breakthrough innovations that are safer and more reliable to win the race to market.
Ansys 2021 R1 delivers significant improvements in simulation technology together with nearly unlimited computing power to help engineers across all industries reimagine product design and achieve product development goals that were previously thought impossible.
For fluids simulation in this release, products can be designed faster than ever before, thanks to major physics and productivity enhancements that build upon the tool’s already powerful workflow and meshing capabilities. Join PADT’s Senior Simulation Support & Application Engineer and fluids expert Sina Ghods for a look at what’s new in this release including:
• Fluent User Interface Updates
• Meshing Workflow Advancements
• Combustion Applications
• Turbomachinery Applications
• Battery Modeling Applications
• Multiphase and DPM Improvements
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