EVENT DETAILS

  • Date: April 16th, 2020
  • Time: 11:00 am EST

SIMULIA PowerFLOW provides a digital design experience leveraging realistic simulation, using high fidelity, proprietary Lattice-Boltzmann technology. Using PowerFLOW, OEMs can rapidly develop high performance designs, identify and correct failure at an early stage to achieve real world design targets for aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, thermal and cabin comfort.

Dassault Systèmes is pleased to announce the release of SIMULIA PowerFLOW 2020, with the theme “Digital Design from Concept to Certification”.

Join the e-seminar to find out how you can leverage PowerFLOW 2020 to:

Guide the design through all development phases.

  •  A brand-new capability called DesignGUIDE™ enables automated, multi-disciplinary simulation-based design guidance in a highly-interactive and intuitive environment.

Accelerate development with shorter turnaround time for high fidelity simulation.

  • PowerDELTA enhancements provide a significant reduction in geometry preparation time and a single solution for preparing all PowerFLOW meshes.
  • Next-generation simulation architecture enables faster turnaround time for simulations.

Meet all certification requirements.

  • Simulating with deformed rotating treaded tires provides a scalable solution for certifying with all tire variants.

We will also discuss exciting new features including transient boundary seeding for accelerated aerodynamics and thermal simulations, battery thermal modeling with PowerTHERM 13.1, sound absorbing materials for sound package design, upstream turbulence for realistic vehicle wind noise, and more.

Who should attend?

Aerodynamic engineers, aeroacoustic engineers, thermal engineers, CFD engineers, design engineers


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