Comment la simulation de flux embarquée accélère le processus de conception mécanique

Article de Rod Mackay mis à jour le 6 avril 2015

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For several decades engineers and mathematicians have been trying to improve the understanding and prediction of fluid dynamics and heat transfer phenomena by means of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation. The objective is clear – to optimize the design of products and processes that involve fluid flow while minimizing the experimental effort, time and cost expended.

Embedded Flow Simulation

Embedded Flow Simulation

The concept of “Product Lifecycle Management” (PLM) has grown out of the desire to accelerate concurrent-engineering design by re-using the same comprehensive 3D data throughout the entire digital design and production process. An essential step towards achieving this goal is to embed analysis and simulation results – describing operational modes, structural/mechanical behavior, fluid-flow/thermal behavior, etc – into the mainstream mechanical design process.

Rod Mackay

Rod utilise des logiciels de CAO 3D depuis plus de 25 ans et a formé des milliers de concepteurs à une utilisation plus efficace de leurs systèmes de CAO. Rod est le webmestre de Javelin et est basé à Ottawa, ON, Canada.