Free CFD webinar for testing pump designs

CFD simulation of an industrial pump (Source: SimScale)
CFD simulation of an industrial pump (Source: SimScale)

SimScale is announcing a free webinar on the 10 September to teach engineers how to virtually test and optimize the design of an industrial pump without leaving the web browser.

Pumps are used in many industries and are a vital piece of any equipment that deals with water. To perform up to standard, a pump design needs continuous improvement in all product development stages. A crucial point is ensuring the design fits the efficiency parameters. In this process, engineering simulation can play an important role.

CAE platform Engineering simulation allows the user to virtually test their CAD model early in the design stage, and iterate on different versions until finding the best possible configuration. With the SimScale cloud-based CAE platform, engineers can run these simulations in the cloud, by only using a web browser. With the emergence of cloud computing, users can nowadays analyze their designs online, from anywhere in the world, without investing in a powerful computer or licenses.

SimScale has the same web-based environment for all the simulation features, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), finite element analysis (FEA), and thermal simulation, enabling engineering professionals to validate experimental results, run parametric studies, and optimize designs.

Online simulation In a free webinar on September 10, the presenter will run an online simulation of a centrifugal pump geometry in order to assess its performance.

Participants will have access to the public project in advance, so they can copy it and follow along with the webinar.

Attending doesn’t require any simulation knowledge or costs. Regarding the software needed, participants are invited to create a  Community account for free.

Register here for this webinar and attend on 10 September at 05:00pm CEST. Registrants who are not able to attend the live session will receive the recording via email.