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Multifysiske simuleringer driver udviklingenTILMELD

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Verden er multifysisk og derfor bør multifysiske simuleringer findes i al udvikling af produkter/komponenter. Det er simpelthen en nødvendighed når man skal analysere performance under forskellige forhold.

På dette INGENIØREN webinar vil Thure Ralfs fra COMSOL fortælle om anvendelsen af multifysike modeller og give hands-on demonstrationer på hvordan og hvor hurtigt man kan oprette og udføre multifysiske simuleringer.

På webinaret giver vi først et indblik i hvorfor og hvordan forskellige industrier bruger multifysik til at lave performancetests, men i høj grad også bruger multifysiske simuleringer til at komme hurtigere og længere i udviklingen af deres produkter.

Endelig slutter vi webinaret af med at tale om, hvordan simuleringerne også kan gøres tilgængelige for andre i virksomheden, der enten arbejder med relaterede produkter, eller hvor formålet kan være at dele viden med hele organisationen og frigive udviklingsressourcer til andre projekter.

Det får du ud af webinaret:

• Konkrete eksempler på situationer hvorfor multifysiske simulering er et absolut must
• Hvilke muligheder giver multifysik til dine simuleringer
•...

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