25th of June

8:00 am - Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)
10:00 am - Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)
5:00 pm - Europe Summer Time (Brussels, GMT+02:00)


About this webinar

Acoustic CAE solutions are helping industrial in a wide range of challenges. On one hand, engineering teams do have to design new products with better performances in a limited amount of time. On the other hand, the ability to deal with complex physical phenomena usually requires advanced acoustics and software skills creating potential barriers to the adoption of numerical acoustics solutions.

The last Actran release offers its users the possibility to define their own graphical templates, also called wizards.  Customized wizards for any type of acoustic simulation can now be built. It is a powerful way to allow non-CAE experts to benefit from simulation in the design of their products, speed up the creation of any industrial models and leads companies to increase their productivity.

Join us to explore Actran wizards capabilities and learn how to create your own Actran wizard during a live demo. Discover how final users can be guided with limited interactions through the different steps of an analysis.

Existing wizards for the following applications will be presented and made available after the webinar:

  • Absorption Kundt’s tube

  • Panel transmission loss

  • Nacelle acoustic treatment

Join us in this webinar to learn more on:

  • Numerical acoustics democratization

  • Actran customized wizards capabilities

  • How to create your own wizard

Who should attend ?

  • CAE analysists

  • Actran users

  • Project Managers

  • Product Design Engineers


Following the webinar, you will be able to join in a live Q&A to have your specific questions answered.

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Speakers

Learn from these experts:

Maxime Raskin

Senior Application Engineer

Romain Baudson

Product Marketing Manager