Topology Optimization with SIMULIA Tosca Fluid – A Smart Way to Create Innovative and Efficient Duct Designs

On June 03, 2015 2:00 (GMT+1)
Online

Tosca Fluid features unique design and non-parametric fluid flow topology optimization technology for components and systems. This eSeminar will give an introduction to flow topology optimization technology and provide details on functionalities and features available in the latest release of SIMULIA Tosca Fluid. Moreover - by discussing application examples - the attendees will learn, how a typical Tosca Fluid workflow looks like and how the CFD solver STAR-CCM+ from CD-adapco contributes on that.

Tosca Fluid features unique design and non-parametric fluid flow topology optimization technology for components and systems. This eSeminar will give an introduction to flow topology optimization technology and provide details on functionalities and features available in the latest release of SIMULIA Tosca Fluid. Moreover - by discussing application examples - the attendees will learn, how a typical Tosca Fluid workflow looks like and how the CFD solver STAR-CCM+ from CD-adapco contributes on that. Attend this eSeminar to:

  • Understand the idea of flow topology optimization
  • Learn that topology optimization permits a time-efficient creation of new innovative duct designs with high flow performance
  • Understand optimization as a smart alternative to the conventional design process
  • See how SIMULIA Tosca Fluid enables the analyst to contribute to design creation process from scratch
  • See Tosca Fluid as an important part of the SIMULIA Extended Packaging to accelerate the overall design process

About the Presenter

Dr. Jens Iseler
SIMULIA Optimization Senior Technical Sales Specialist, SIMULIA Germany
Dr. Iseler has been associated with Dassault Systemes for the past 4 years. In his current role he works closely and assists sales in all Tosca Fluid engagements. He is responsible for conducting training, he handles technical support and other technology enablement programs related to Tosca Fluid and Extended Packaging. Prior to joining Dassault, he worked at ABB Mannheim in the field of power and at Institute of Jet Propulsion, University Munich. Dr. Iseler studied physics at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.