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What's New in FloVENT v10.1
Posted Fri February 27, 2015 @03:21PM
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News FloVENT v10.1 is a major release, containing over 40 new features to increase your productivity, including a new user interface, substantial improvements to both the parallel CFD solver and parallel solar radiation solver, the ability to solve up to 15 concentrations in one model, and more.

Mentor Graphics has prepared an on-demand presentation entitled FloVENT v10.1 - What's New describing the new features available in FloVENT v10.1.


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This event will describe the new features available in FloVENT v10.1 so that you may quickly come up to speed with the enhancements and begin to utilize them in your modeling projects.

What You Will Learn

  • What’s new in FloVENT v10.1
  • How the improvements will make you far more productive when working with FloVENT
  • How the improvements to the parallel solvers will decrease your simulation times

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