Heat Transfer Simulation in Materials Processing

Previously recorded on - Thursday, May 22, 2014   2:00 PM ET

Engineers in the aerospace, defense, heavy manufacturing, automotive, and medical product industries develop processes to produce materials with specific mechanical and physical properties. In this webinar, we will demonstrate the analysis of conjugate heat transfer problems in COMSOL Multiphysics that are relevant to material processing, and investigate the effects of fluid flow on the quenching of hot components. The analyses show the effects of conduction, convection and radiation for sufficiently high processing temperatures. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.



  Conjugate heat transfer analysis in quenching application.


John Dunec, VP of Sales, NW US, COMSOL

John Dunec received his PhD from Stanford University in 1983. John has over 25 years of experience in product analysis and development. He started his career at IBM, was successful at an early multiphysics startup, and then ran a product development consulting firm. As a consultant, he was one of COMSOL’s first US customers and is now VP of Sales, North West US and Manager of the Palo Alto office. He has been teaching COMSOL courses throughout the US since 2003.


  Kyle C. Koppenhoefer, Principal, ALTASIM

Kyle Koppenhoefer has extensive experience in a wide range of computational mechanics applied to the medical products, automotive, petrochemical and defense industries. He has considerable expertise in advanced finite element procedures and their application to the analysis of structures subjected to multiphysics loading. He obtained his B.S. in Engineering Science and Mechanics, from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and his M.S. and PhD. in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois.

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