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Autodesk Simulation Philadelphia Event

Autodesk Simulation Team

Wednesday, April 16, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT)

Plymouth Meeting, PA

Autodesk Simulation Philadelphia Event

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Come join fellow Simulation CFD and Simulation Mechanical professionals and...

  • Interact with local users as well as the Autodesk Technical staff
  • Learn about what's new in the latest software releases and receive an upcoming technology preview
  • Provide feedback to our staff on what you want to see in future releases

Agenda

  •   9:00 AM              Registration and Networking
  •   9:45 AM              What's New in Simulation CFD and Simulaton Mechanical
  • 10:30 AM              Break
  • 10:45 AM              Tutorials (Free Surface, Impact/drop test, AMSA)
  • 11:30 AM              Open Discussion
  • Noon - 1pm           Lunch
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Hampton Inn Philadelphia
2055 Chemical Rd
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

Wednesday, April 16, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT)


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Autodesk Simulation Team

The Autodesk® Simulation team offers expertise in Moldflow® (plastic injection molding), Simulation CFD (fluid flow and thermal simulation), and Simulation Mechanical (structural FEA).


Companies worldwide use Autodesk simulation software to help reduce the need for costly physical prototypes, gain a competitive edge through understanding and insight, and bring innovative products to market faster. We provide tools that help:

  • -Validate and optimize the design of plastic parts and injection molds, and study the plastic injection molding process
  • -Develop more comfortable and energy efficient buildings, and develop higher performing products involving flow & thermal phenomena across all  industries (including industrial, medical, consumer and automotive)
  • -Allow engineers to optimize and lightweight components, characterize shock and vibration performance, and complete drop tests digitally before physical prototypes exist


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