You are invited to join us for part II of our transient simulation webinar series on Tuesday, December 19th at 12pm ET. The series is aimed at those engineers considering a move to transient simulations, and also for those wishing to find out more about the on-demand, HPC cloud hosted, simulation platform, EXN/Aero. This webinar focuses on Detached Eddy Simulations (DES), and you can catch up on the first webinar right here.
In this second edition of the 'Transient Simulation Series', an Envenio engineer will set up a Detached Eddy Simulation (DES) and conduct an analysis of the results.
DES is a hybrid RANS-LES method combining the benefits of Large Eddy Simulation (LES) for resolving the large turbulent structures away from the wall, with the benefits of Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) near the wall where the turbulent eddies are too small to resolve.
Why Join This Webinar?
This informative webinar is for engineers considering a move to the world of transient simulation, and our engineers will take time to explore the following, when properly setting up a DES case:
- Appropriate Mesh Setup
- Optimal Solver Settings
- Solution Monitoring
- Results Review
Advantages of Transient Simulation
Results close to reality - The advantage of transient numerical simulation is that we can determine with a high degree of accuracy how elements such as heat or moisture transport over time at a designated location in a building for example, which will help to optimize the newly designed assemblies (components) and also allow engineers to select suitable materials for the reconstruction of a original building. This advantage can be applied to a number of industries and examples including aerospace and automotive.
Savings in operating and capital costs - Once realistic results have been acquired, the design process can be amended and optimized. Essentially, transient numerical simulations save on operating costs down the line.
Possibility to simulate events that otherwise can not simulate - Using transient numerical simulation software (such as EXN/Aero) allows engineers to simulate physical phenomena which would not be possible or would be difficult to measure in reality.
Register For The Webinar
This free-to-watch webinar is the ideal way to explore how to setup a DES case. Don't delay - register today.
The EXN/Aero platform has a pay-as-you-go subscription model to help you access high performance simulation capabilities in a flexible and affordable way. You can register for a free demo right here.