Simcenter FloEFD for Solid Edge Webinar

4 Mar 2020 | 14:00 - 14:30

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What is this event about?

Solid Edge FloEFD (part of the Siemens Simcenter Portfolio) is a lightning fast and highly accurate CFD solution the enables engineers to frontload fluid simulation early into their design process, where it is more cost effective to identify and fix problems and enhance productivity by x2 to x40. FloEFD for Solid Edge is the only powerful computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis tool that is fully embedded into Solid Edge and is used as an optimisation tool that you could use to make Solid Edge even more powerful.

Concurrent CFD can reduce simulation time by as much as 65 to 75 percent over traditional CFD tools. It allows optimization of product performance and reliability while also reducing physical prototyping and development costs, without time or material penalties.

This webinar will cover the history of FloEFD, how it can be used to achieve optimum results, 3 specific demo examples chosen from FloEFD’s module portfolio and a question and a live question and answer session.


FloEFD for Solid Edge is a leap forward for our customers who need to do flow analysis on their engineering projects. This tool allows engineers to quickly run various ‘what if’ scenarios and optimize their design directly inside of the Solid Edge window.

 Dan Staples, Vice President, Solid Edge Product Development, Siemens PLM Software


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Who is it for?

This webinar is for; Designers, thermal engineers, analysts, simulation engineers and electrical PCB engineers. Though, the webinar may also be interesting for anyone who is impacted or works within product development to see how this software can positively impact overall business output.

What we'll cover in the Webinar

Geometry Preperation

Basic Theory

Computational Domain


Flow and thermal boundary conditions

Material definition and Engineering Database

Solution goals and solving

Post-processing & results checking


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