Under Pressure? Discover how SolidWorks Flow Simulation tools empower better decision–making while you design with powerful virtual simulation. Join us for an overview of Flow SIM along with Industry specific webinars.
The value that SolidWorks® 3D CAD brings to your design process is clear. Now, find out how SolidWorks Flow Simulation can help you bring your designs to the next level and meet your design demands faster by accurately assessing real-world product performance—eliminating costly, time–consuming prototyping cycles.
SolidWorks Simulation allows engineers and designers, like you, to recreate virtually any condition a product will face during its life cycle–vibration, fatigue, buckling, thermal, stress–so you can identify ways to make it stronger.
Register for one the following webinars for a live demonstration of connecting the dots between analysis and design with our simulation experts:
December 3: 11:00-11:45 am EST – Flow Simulation Overview Webinar
Chris Watson, Mentor Graphics – If you were ever curious about what is happening “under the covers” and the overall evolution of SolidWorks Flow Simulation, then join Chris as he will explore the underlying technologies and history of the Flow tool.
December 3: 12:00-12:45 pm EST – Oil/Gas Industry Process Webinar
Dana Parrish and Ramesh Lakshmipathy, SolidWorks – Join Ramesh and Dana to learn how SolidWorks Flow Simulation can play a critical part in the development of oil and gas process equipment. You will gain a clear understanding of why our unique approach is perfect for a successful design.
December 3: 1:00-1:45 pm EST – Electronics/Hi-Tech Webinar
Reza Tabatabi and Mike Buckley, SolidWorks – In the world of electronics and high-tech, time to market along with product quality are key to a successful product. Reza and Mike will show how our flow tools address these issues easily and elegantly, helping you gain valuable design insight in less time.
December 3: 2:00-2:45 pm EST – Medical Device Webinar
Joe Galliera and Bob Maze, SolidWorks – When it comes to medical device design, performance, and safety are a must. Joe and Bob will discuss how an integrated approach easily solves all of these at the same time while lowering the number and costs of prototypes required for success.