Ask the Expert Webinars
COE members now have year-round access to first-rate, technical education through the COE Ask the Expert webinars. Webinars are scheduled twice monthly. Ask the Expert Webinars help users of Dassault Systèmes solutions stay up-to-date on key product changes, issues and solutions, while providing education and training on the latest technology developments.
COE Ask the Expert sessions are a paid members only benefit. If you are not currently a member, and are interested in unlimited Ask the Experts sessions for the rest of the year, please click here to join for $150. Members can also view past webinars by visiting the COE Ask the Expert Archive.
If you are a COE member, and are registering for any of the sessions below, please be sure to use the same email address as your COE profile, to allow COE HQ to validate your membership, and avoid your registration getting cancelled prior to the webinar.
Ask the Expert Sessions
Introduction to using SIMULIA for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
(Members: free. Non-Members: $150.00)
Wednesday, July 15, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CT
Murthy Lakshmiraju, CFD Technical Director, VIAS Corp
SIMULIA’s Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is driven by three complimentary technologies - Fluid Dynamics Engineer (FMK) role on 3DEXPERIENCE platform, XFlow and PowerFLOW. These software packages provide customers with scalable fluid simulation to address a broad range of real-world applications. Navier-Stokes based Fluid Dynamics Engineer (FMK) enables multi-scale multi-physical vision by embedding CFD into design, simulation, optimization, data management, and business intelligence applications within the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. PowerFLOW and XFlow offer world class Lattice Boltzmann (LBM) for high fidelity simulations that accurately predict real world performance. PowerFLOW imports fully complex model geometry and accurately and efficiently performs aerodynamic, aeroacoustic and thermal management simulations. XFlow enables users to address complex CFD workflows involving high frequency transient simulations with real moving geometries, complex multiphase flows, free surface flows and fluid-structure interaction.
This Webinar covers:
- Broad overview of SIMULIA fluid solutions
- Brief introduction to CFD Solvers
- SIMULIA fluid solutions for different industries
*Applicable Industries: This is a multi-industry webinar – Automotive, Aerospace & Defense, High tech, CPG, Marine & Offshore, Oil & Gas
*Applicable DS Software: FMK, XFlow, PowerFLOW
Murthy Lakshmiraju, Ph.D. has over 15 years of advanced use and experience in CFD to solve real life engineering problems for numerous industries, including appliances, energy, oil and gas, marine and chemical processing. He graduated with Master’s and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering with CFD background from Tennessee Tech, USA. He has experience in different flow physics, including advanced turbulence modeling, multiphase flow, heat transfer, Dynamic Fluid Body Interaction (DFBI), Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI), Chimera mesh, Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) and reacting flows with combustion and emission modeling.
Viewing the Design Cycle Through a New Lens
(Members: free. Non-Members: $150.00)
Thursday, August 6, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CT
Drew Holbrook, Gulfstream Aerospace
Chris Nusbaum, Gulfstream Aerospace
With the design cycle of an aircraft being nearly a decade or more in some cases, aerospace companies are always looking for ways to improve efficiency and enable people to make more informed decisions. Gulfstream has found that Augmented and Virtual Reality technology can not only improve decision-making, but also shorten the overall aircraft design cycle. This presentation will highlight areas where Gulfstream has deployed AR/VR technology to improve the way it does business - such as mitigating the need for physical mock-ups, empowering assembly-line workers through Smart Glasses, and finding ways to train employees and customers virtually in today's ever-changing environment.
Drew Holbrook works for Gulfstream Aerospace in the Business Technology organization’s Advanced Technologies group. He has a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from N.C. State University and has been with Gulfstream for over 14 years. Originally he started as a Structural Designer before moving into the Preliminary Design group designing future aircraft.
Chris Nusbaum works in the Advanced Technologies organization at Gulfstream Aerospace. He has a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and a M.S. in Systems Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Chris has worked with various parts of the business since 2005.
Ask The Expert Webinar Archives
Review past sessions that you may have missed or review past sessions that you attended. Your COE membership allows you to access the full recording including presentation and audio for each past session. Click here to access the archive.