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Recorded Webinars

Recorded webinars

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International CAE Conference

International CAE Conference | Download proceedings 2017

 To stay tuned for one of the most important events in Europe on "Simulation Based Engineering". visit the website of the International CAE Conference 


Webinar | PASS

Monday 25 September 2017 | 10:00 am to 10:30 am CET - Webinar
The webinar will review PASS software suite which covers piping, vessel and nozzle stress analysis; piping fluid flow and thermal analysis software.

Robust Design with modeFRONTIER

Course Calendar 2017 - Ideon Science Park, SE-223 70 Lund, Sweden
The training focus on best practices for real life engineering work. Once completed, participants may motivate and select a suitable solution strategy, but maybe more importantly, estimate the quality of the obtained results.

Webinar | Free Maple Player

Thursday 29 June | 11:00 am to 11:20 am CET - Webinar
Discover how the Free Maple Player can be used for easy Maple worksheet deployment in your company. With the Free Maple Player, you can:

Webinar | RecurDyn Chain Toolkit: an effective tool to simulate mechanical systems including chains

Wednesday 14 June 2017 | 11:00 to 11:20 CET - Webinar
The webinar will showcase the virtual reproduction of a forklift validation test using unique tools of RecurDyn V8R5: contact technology, flexible bodies and tire model.

Webinar | Reduce CFD simulation time and effort by mesh-less particle based simulation

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 | 15.00-16.00 Central Europe Time - Webinar
The webinar will present how Moving Particles Simulation can reduce development effort and simulation time of complex CFD models involving free surface flows and interaction between fluids and moving boundaries / bodies. Moving Particles Simulation is a mesh-less CFD methodology that allows easy simulation of gear boxes, planetary drives, engines, aquaplaning phenomena, interaction of vehicles with water, mixers and separators, free surface flows.