Validation Methodology for Modern CAD-Embedded CFD Code: from Fundamental Tests to Industrial Benchmarks
SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation is a powerful class of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis software, called Concurrent CFD that is fully embedded in the mechanical design environment, for use in all general engineering applications.
As with all novel technologies, considerable attention is paid to Validation and Verification (V&V) of SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation. As the end user of Concurrent CFD software is a professional engineer, this places strict requirements on calculation accuracy, reliability and robustness, as well as the usability of the software.
SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation is serious analysis software. In this paper, you’ll see V&V explained in three tests:
- Fundamental tests to verify basic physical laws and algorithmic correctness
- A demonstration of how well particular product or physical model functions work
- Validations for specific equipment with complex geometry from industries such as aerospace & defense, electronics, HVAC, and process
READ THE WHITEPAPER to learn how good performance for coarse mesh, CAD-embedded capabilities, and high-level automation and usability validate SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation as an extremely useful tool for engineering and design analysis.
Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corp. values the privacy of all visitors.
More than 2.9 million product designers and engineers worldwide, representing more than 210,800 organizations, use SOLIDWORKS to bring their designs to life-from the coolest gadgets to innovations that deliver a better tomorrow.