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Fluent Offers CDROM Based CFD Training
Posted Wed October 31, 2001 @12:14PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent has developed an interactive CDROM based training course in advanced CFD modeling.

Each CDROM contains interactive video lectures and downloadable tutorials that cover the following topics:

  • Combustion modeling
  • Multiphase modeling
  • Turbulence modeling
The material on each CDROM is delivered by one of Fluent's senior CFD trainers.

Pricing and Availability

The Combustion modeling, multiphase modeling, and turbulence modeling CDROMs are $250 each or $600 for the set of three. The training materials can be ordered from the Fluent web site at http://www.fluent.com/about/news/pr/pr27.htm

I've had the opportunity to preview these training CDROMs and the multimedia presentation is excellent. The material is covered from first principles in a detailed manner. Even seasoned CFD veterans will benefit from the material on these CDROMs.


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