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FINE/Marine - Improving Ship Design
Posted Thu October 22, 2015 @10:29AM
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Announcements NUMECA International in cooperation with Van Oossanen Naval Architects is pleased to invite you to an afternoon of presentations, discussions and demos on how to improve ship design using Fine/Marine.

Established naval architects, hydrodynamicists and CFD experts from various places in Europe will animate the seminar and advise you best.


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This event is free, but registration is required as spaces are limited. Learn more and register.

Get the chance to listen and speak to NUMECA, Van Oossanen and various industry leaders and gain insights on:

  • How Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) using Fine/Marine can shorten your design time and help you save money in the process
  • How to implement this technology and concepts in your company

Key Benefit:
As an industrial participant, you will be able to request a FREE benchmark to showcase the technology directly on your application.

Who Should Attend:
Naval architects, project managers, technical directors or anyone interested in marine CFD.

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