Join our webinar “Open Source based CAE/CFD Solution for Automotive Industry – The New Normal” on October 27th 2020 at 10:00 AM CET to find out.
HOW the best in class Automobile Companies have adapted Open Source CAE/CFD on top of their existing platforms to address the ever rising demand of software licenses, high performance computing and tailored applications by relying on this promising alternative.
WHAT makes this New Normal so comfortable and reliable that it has such a compelling impact on your investment pattern.
ESI’s muiti trade simulation platform is extended to support OpenFOAM along with inbuilt best practices to achieve accurate and consist results. ESI is answering some of the crucial questions and myths about the Open Source CFD.
- Overview of OpenFOAM®
- ESI’s OpenFOAM Based Solution
- Offering for Automotive Industries
- ESI Business around Visual-CFD and OpenFOAM
- Cost Saving
The webinar is intended for CFD/CAE Engineers, Team Leaders and Managers and for people who are willing to change their current process with a cost effective yet user friendly approach.
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