Hear experts from GE Healthcare discuss how they successfully use Flow Simulation / Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) throughout their device design process.
During this 60-minute webinar you’ll see a demonstration of how GE Healthcare engineers were able to optimize the liquid and gas exchange paths when transferring an anesthesia agent from a sealed bottle to its vaporizer using the free surface capabilities in SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation.
Then Joseph Lacey, Sr. Principal Mechanical Engineer, and Dhanachezhian Duraikannu, Lead Mechanical Engineer, GE Healthcare, will also discuss how virtual prototyping with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) fits into their design process and how it eliminates the need for multiple physical prototypes, speeding development and cutting out costs.
SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation gives product engineers access to powerful CFD (computational fluid dynamics) analysis capabilities that help enable them to speed up product innovation.
Leveraging the familiar SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD environment, this extensive technology isn’t just about making sure your product works, it’s about understanding how your product will behave in the real world.