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New Series of Free CFX Web Events
Posted Mon January 20, 2003 @02:07PM
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ANSYS CFX CFX-5 Live!
January 23 at 2 pm EST
February 20 at 2 pm EST
March 20 at 2 pm EST

For those unfamiliar with CFX-5, this free live web seminar contains a step by step demonstration of CFX-5 from geometry creation and import, through meshing, to solution and post-processing. Features of CFX-5 to be demonstrated include grid adaption, parallelization set-up and CFX Expression Language. The demonstration is performed by a CFD engineer and there will be time for questions. To register visit the CFX Website.


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Introduction to CFX-BladeGen
January 30 at 2 pm EST

CFX-BladeGen is a specialized easy-to-use three-dimensional software tool for the rapid design of rotating machinery components. It can be used to design axial, mixed flow and radial blade components in applications such as pumps, compressors, turbines, turbochargers, blowers and fans.

A unique feature of the software is its 'Plus' module which enables rapid 3-D viscous flow screening of the design through an embedded and fully automated computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solver. This permits early pre-selection of profiles and reduces the number of iterations needed to develop optimum blade design.

This hour-long web demonstration by an technical expert will provide an opportunity for you to ask question and see CFX-BladeGen in action. A demonstration version of CFX-BladeGen is available for download. A password will be issued within 2 business days of your download. To register visit the CFX Website.

CFX for HVAC&R
Febuary 19 at 2 pm EST

Learn how CFX can help you decrease design time and increase IAQ and safety. This presentation was written specifically for those in the HVAC&R industry and a broad assortment of HVAC applications will be shown from fire, smoke and ventilation studies through HVAC product development. If you need to design to specifications for regulatory compliance, energy savings or competitive advantage, please plan to attend. The seminar will be presented live and at no cost by an industry expert. To register visit the CFX Website.

CFX for Fire and Safety
Febuary 26 at 2 pm EST

CFX can help you meet regulatory requirements, decrease loss and increase safety. During this live presentation, an assortment of fire and safety applications of CFD will be reviewed. By simulating the fire and smoke flow phenomena encoutered in hazard scenarios, CFX software provides both the large scale and detailed analyses required. If you need to design for code compliance, fire suppression or emergency procedures, please plan to attend. To register visit the CFX Website.

You will require a web browser with internet connection and a telephone to access these events. Sorry, due to audio limitation these events are not available outside of North America.

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