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Hydraulic Pump Design [Webinar]

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CFturbo in ANSYS Workbench: A Streamlined Workflow of Hydraulic Pump Design, 3D-CFD-Simulation and Optimization for a Cryogenic Rocket Turbopump [Webinar]

Hydraulic Pump Design [Webinar]

By: CFturbo

[Webinar] CFturbo in ANSYS Workbench: A Streamlined Workflow of Hydraulic Pump Design, 3D-CFD-Simulation and Optimization for a Cryogenic Rocket Turbopump

 

With its latest release CFturbo 2020.R1, a new, streamlined workflow for Turbomachinery design, meshing, simulation, design exploration, and optimization is available on the market. It is a fully bi-directional integration of CFturbo in ANSYS Workbench, which can be done manually-interactive, or  automated.

In this one-hour webinar (which will be available after July 22nd), subject matter experts from CFTurbo and ANSYS will show an initial hydraulic design of a cryogenic rocket turbopump – including an inducer, impeller, diffuser, and volute – as well as the workflow within ANSYS Workbench. In ANSYS, the experts will demonstrate model set-up, meshing, preparation of simulation, post-processing, and design exploration.

Complete the form below to watch the on-demand webinar. 


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