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European CFD workshops in May
Posted Tue April 30, 2002 @01:02PM
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News The latest series of European CFD workshops hosted by CD adapco Group have been scheduled throughout May 2002. The aim is to give industry professionals insights into CFD in specific application fields. The workshops include presentations from industrial CFD users and members of the CD adapco Group consultancy team, software demonstrations and open forums for discussion of relevant topics.

The workshops for May are:

Multiphase Flows Workshop, 13th May 2002, Oslo, Norway
Chemical Workshop, 16th May 2002, Paris, France
Powertrain Applications Workshop, 17th May 2002, Gothenburg, Sweden
Chemical Process Workshop, 21st May 2002, Manchester, UK
Marine Workshop, 24th May 2002, Hamburg, Germany
Multiphase Flows Workshop, 31st May 2002, Helsinki, Finland

Interested parties should visit www.cd-adapco.com.


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