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Designing efficient workflow for vehicle aerodynamics, acoustics and thermal management

June 18, 2024 at 03:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time

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Corvette Aerodynamics CFD

In the relentless pursuit of excellence, automotive manufacturers are continuously refining their development processes to achieve greater efficiency and innovation. Within this landscape, the optimization of aerodynamics and thermal management stands as a pillar, heavily reliant on cutting-edge computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tools and methodologies.

Join us as we dig into the world of CFD, where the convergence of new general-purpose computing on graphics processing units (GPGPU) hardware and more efficient workflow help designers earlier in the design cycle. Discover how the delicate balance between simulation accuracy and the strategic allocation of computational resources and financial investments is core to designing robust CFD workflows.

This webinar will showcase an advanced, hardware-agnostic platform engineered to tackle the complexities of modern vehicle development. Our solution offers scalability and versatility, facilitating the rapid generation of highly accurate aerodynamic and thermal simulations within compressed timeframes, all while ensuring repeatability and resilience across diverse computing architectures. Register now!

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Fred Ross

Automotive Business Development Manager, Fluids and Thermal Domain

Fred started with computational fluid dynamics back in 1989 to help pioneer the usage of CFD for automotive applications. This includes extensive experience working with customers on applications such as virtual powertrain simulation, vehicle thermal management, aerodynamics, and thermal comfort. He helped replace and complement tests to look at digital development to help reduce time and cost to bring new innovative ideas to the market.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Simone Landi

Application Specialist Vehicle Aerodynamics

Simone started in 2013 as Dedicated Support Engineer for the multiphysics CFD code Simcenter STAR-CCM+, training and helping Automotive customers being successful with External Aerodynamics, VTM, Aeroacoustics and Water Management simulations.
Since 2022, he is the Application Specialist for Vehicle Aerodynamics at Siemens Digital Industries Software. In this role he is responsible for Best Practices, working closely with Development, Product Management and Customer Support to help with strategic projects, collecting and providing expert input to drive development of Simcenter STAR-CCM+ in the areas of Vehicle Aerodynamics, Aeroacoustics and Water Management.

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