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SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation

Tech tips, tutorials, and best practices for SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation from the Javelin technical team

SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Error

10 Reasons why EVERY Design Engineer needs SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation

Engineering Fluid Dynamics (EFD) is a new breed of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software that enables mechanical engineers to simulate fluid…

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Heat Transfer Analysis

Heat Transfer Analysis: What they didn’t teach you in engineering school

Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is no longer relegated to the realm of the specialist. A new class of CFD…

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Pressure Drop Analysis using SOLIDWORKS [WHITE PAPER]

If you were taught to only rely on analysis “specialists” or physical prototypes on flow benches to verify designs, it’s…

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How Embedded Flow Simulation Accelerates the Mechanical Design Process

For several decades engineers and mathematicians have been trying to improve the understanding and prediction of fluid dynamics and heat…

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SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Heat Pipe

A heat pipe is an extremely efficient device for transferring heat from its hotter surface to its colder surface due…

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SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation: Printed Circuit Board

Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) are concerned as a special case of solid material having anisotropic thermal conductivity. The integral characteristics…

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Gas Mixing CFD Analysis

A Best Practices Guide to CFD Analysis for Gas Mixing Processes

The mixing of gases is important in a wide range of applications. For example, gas mixing in flues is often…

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SolidWorks Flow Simulation

Solve Heat Transfer Challenges Quickly and Cost-effectively with SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation

Finding effective solutions to heat transfer problems has become an increasingly important part of new product development. Almost everything experiences…

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SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Error

SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Error: “Face is not laying on the boundary between the solid and fluid region.”

Usually when you receive the SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Error: Face is not laying on the boundary between the solid and…

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