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Mechanical CFD and Electronics Cooling Seminars
Posted Mon March 10, 2003 @12:51PM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics will begin a 19 city seminar tour this week for product development engineers and engineering managers.

This educational and interactive seminar provides an up-close look at how a new generation of engineers is using CFdesign as an extension of their 3D MCAD system to optimize fluid flow and heat transfer performance.

Companies using CFdesign report that on average they are able to reduce the time it takes to develop an optimized product design by 70% while cutting department-level costs by 65%.

"For most engineers, CFD has never been a realistic option because it imposes too many barriers on the product development process," explains Jim Spann, Blue Ridge Numerics' vice president of marketing. CFdesign has knocked down all these barriers and companies are eager to get an up-close look at this revolutionary technology. Local market seminars are a great way to get a thorough introduction."


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Seating is limited.
The U.S. Seminar Schedule:
Orlando -- March 11
Long Island -- March 13
Denver -- March 18
San Diego -- March 19
Irvine/Los Angeles -- March 20
Detroit -- March 25
Raleigh-Durham -- March 26
Toronto -- March 27
Dallas -- April 1
Houston -- April 3
Boston -- April 8
Philadelphia -- April 9
Cleveland -- April 10
Chicago -- April 15
San Jose -- April 16
Stamford, CT -- April 22
Phoenix -- April 23
Minneapolis -- April 24
Milwaukee -- April 29

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