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Characteristics

Function
management, thermal analysis, computational fluid dynamics, CAD, optimization, embedded
Applications
fluid flow, for PCB
Type
3D
Other characteristics
SolidWorks

Description

SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Simulate the fluid flow, heat transfer, and fluid forces that are critical to the success of your designs. Why Choose SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation? SOLIDWORKS® Flow Simulation is an intuitive Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solution embedded within SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD that enables you to quickly and easily simulate liquid and gas flows through and around your designs to calculate product performance and capabilities. Which SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation package is right for you? PACKAGE SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation is a general parametric flow simulation tool that uses the Finite Volume Method (FVM) to calculate product performance through “what if” studies that allow you to perform optimization using the results. Buy now PACKAGE HVAC Module Dedicated heating, cooling, and ventilation tools for simulating HVAC systems and radiation phenomena. Buy now PACKAGE Electronics Cooling Module Dedicated thermal management study simulation tools for accurate thermal analysis of electronic Printed Circuit Board (PCB) and enclosure designs.

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