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CFD Meshing Seminar
Posted Thu June 19, 2003 @04:20PM
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Grid Generation ICEM CFD will hold a free one day seminar on the ICEM CFD meshing tools. The semiar is scheduled for July 30, 2003 at the Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford, UK.

The seminar will cover the core ICEM CFD mesh generation tools as well as some new vertical applications such as ICEM CFD CART3D. The biggest advantage of the core meshing systems over existing tools is the ability to handle poor CAD data. ICEM CFD can mesh CAD with holes and overlaps as well as meshing over 'sliver surfaces'. In many cases, users can completely remove the 'CAD Clean-Up' phase from their process which reduces time and therefore costs.

To see the tools in action and have the opportunity to discuss your requirements in detail please register your interest as soon as possible as spaces are limited.

After the seminar there will be a tour of the Aerospace Museum that includes an extensive collection of WWII aircraft as well as a flight simulator.


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