3HTi is hosting and sponsoring a plethora of webinars over the next few weeks. From employing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis to 3D printing there is something for everyone.

How small can your electronic devices get without overheating?

1pm-2pm EDT, Friday, September 23rd, 2016

FloEFD is a CFD (computational fluid dynamics) program from Mentor Graphics that embeds directly into PTC Creo. Since FloEFD can use existing information in the system for analysis it saves a significant amount of time. You can test and optimize products faster, resulting in better design. With design and analysis taking place in the same system there is no need to export or import, so you know you are always testing the most up to date design. This means that CFD analysis can be completed in less than an hour rather than days or weeks. As consumers continuously demand smaller and more efficient devices it can be a challenge for designers and engineers to manufacture products that will not overheat and malfunction.

Complex CFD analysis can be completed in less than an hour.

Join us to learn how FloEFD in Creo can assist you in doing analysis faster, and to understand how this product can help you determine how small your device can get before it overheats.

3D Printing for Manufacturing – Hype or True ROI?

2pm-3pm EDT, Monday, September 26, 2016

Two highly esteemed innovators in the 3D printing industry – Markforged and EnvisionTEC, are featured in this exciting 3D printer webinar. We will review the best models by each brand as well as a variety of tasks each printer can accomplish.

Get the lowdown on a variety of 3D printers.

Join us to help your company understand if a 3D printer is right for your needs, or whether it has simply generated a lot of hype in the design industry.

Cabin Design and Analysis Using Thermo-Fluid System Simulation

1pm-2pm EDT, Thursday, September 29, 2016

This is the first in a series of webinars on air management system design in Flowmaster. Learn how to utilize 1D computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software for simulating aerospace environmental control systems. With the many requirements enforced by regulating bodies, it is important that aerospace engineers are able to test a variety of operating conditions. Using CFD throughout the design process can help ensure proper pressures, temperatures, and flow rates in all areas of the aircraft.

Air management system design in Flowmaster.

Join the expert Doug Kolak the Flowmaster Technical Marketing Engineer to learn how to incorporate 3D CFD characterization data into the models, model thermal behaviors within the system and much more.