Topic roundtables are informal sessions that give you a chance to discuss a specific feature. To allow for more active and open discussion, participation will be limited to 10 registrants who will be unmuted. You must be a licensed user of CRTech software to attend. This is not a class and recordings will not be provided. Please join us and come with your questions!
Topic Roundtable: Boundary Condition Mapper
Wednesday, August 11th at 11am - 12pm MT
We will be discussing the Boundary Condition Mapper, both interpolated mapping and nearest point mapping.
TFAWS is hosted by NASA JPL as it has been in previous years. The Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop (TFAWS) is an annual training and professional development workshop that is designed to encourage knowledge sharing, professional development, and networking throughout the thermal and fluids engineering community within NASA and the aerospace community at large.
CRTech will be participating again this year. Watch for more information about our presentations. You can learn more about TFAWS and register for free here.
October Class Offerings
For last quarter's class we had a lot of late interest in these courses that we were unable to fulfill. If you would like to hold your space for the class, please register as soon as possible and we can communicate about your plans at a later date. Once the maximum number of registrants is met and the registration is closed, we will need to suggest attendance at a later date.
Introduction to Thermal Desktop
This class will be held over three days on October 12th, 14th, and 19th from 10am MT - 1pm MT
This class is an introduction to Thermal Desktop and the SINDA solution engine. You will be introduced to the user interface, running and evaluating models, and building models. Tutorials will be available to download for working between sessions.
Click here to register for the Thermal Desktop class.
Introduction to RadCAD
This class will be held on October 21st from 10am MT - 1pm MT
This class is an introduction to RadCAD. You will be introduced to performing surface-to-surface radiation calculations and environment-to-surface radiation calculations. Tutorials will be available to download.