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Autodesk CFD overview (video: 3:18 min.)
Autodesk CFD is a computational fluid dynamics simulation software that engineers and analysts use to intelligently predict how liquids and gases will perform.
Autodesk CFD helps to minimize the need for physical prototypes while providing deeper insight into fluid flow design performance.
The Application Programming Interface (API) and scripting functions expand the base capabilities of Autodesk CFD through the Decision Center’s customization and automation of common tasks. In addition, the Decision Center automates system design comparisons to speed up design-based decision making.
Using Inventor and Autodesk CFD, engineers at Kytola Instruments challenge old practices to develop innovative oil delivery systems.
Image courtesy of Kytola Instruments Oy
Using Autodesk CFD 3D digital prototyping and up-front simulation, this Temecula, California-based tech company built a smaller and more reliable product.
Running multiple conditions and failure scenarios with Autodesk CFD cloud solving, Sudlows employed flexibility in upfront simulation and data export.