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Fluid Mechanics and CFD Review Course
Posted Wed June 05, 2002 @06:42PM
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News Do you need an introduction (or re-introduction) to fluid mechanics, heat transfer and computational fluid dynamics? Fluent Inc. is offering a special two-day course designed specifically for this purpose. The next course offering is July 31-August 1, 2002. The main goal for our Fluid Mechanics and CFD Review course is to help the users of CFD to be more successful by having a more thorough knowledge of the underlying physics and numerical techniques that are present within CFD software packages.

It is assumed that participants will have a technical education and background, but not necessarily an engineering degree. The course will be conducted lecture-style, and the topics will be covered in a general fashion with no particular bias towards any CFD software package.

Visit the course web site for the course description, dates, locations, course fee information, and to register online.

You may also register by contacting Fluent’s Training Coordinator, Kelly Carter, at 603-643-2600 or mailto:klc@fluent.com.


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