Competitive Advantages of 1D/3D Coupled Simulation

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Miles Adkins, Flownex Simulation Support Team Lead, PADT

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In today’s engineering workflow, numerical simulation has become an essential step for users looking to gain a competitive edge. While component-level simulation has proven to be faster than more traditional methods, system level analysis can be computationally prohibitive due to larger, more complex systems of interconnected components, increased mesh sizes, and varying time and length scales.  Enter Flownex and Ansys Coupling.  Choosing the appropriate tool for the job, and having them work together, yields time and cost-savings benefits as well as a higher quality result. When it comes to Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) we want to capitalize on the efficiency of 1D, without compromising on accuracy by using 3D CFD where needed. Through co-simulation users can gain a huge competitive edge by using these two tools together. A coupled solve allows for simulation of complete and integrated systems, quickly and with a high degree of accuracy.  Whether you are a current Ansys user looking to improve your system analysis capabilities and reduce solve time, or a Flownex user looking to incorporate 3D phenomenon into your simulation, this solution is for you.  Join PADT's Flownex Simulation Support Team Lead, Miles Adkins for an in-depth look at the capabilities of these two tools and how they work together to provide a state-of-the-art co-simulation environment.
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