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AVL Hosts Workshop in Sweden
Posted Tue September 02, 2003 @08:26AM
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News AVL FIRE Workshop
Focus: Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment Simulation

More stringent emission requirements demand new approaches to the design and layout of off-gas treatment systems. The advanced concepts in this field require simulation tools to characterize performance and help engineers integrate catalytic reactors and filtration units into today's vehicles.

The FIRE Aftertreatment module fulfills this requirement by offering the most advanced aftertreatment-specific physical models, unparalleled flexibility and full coupling to FIRE's renowned engine analysis capabilities.

AVL is pleased to invite you to a one day AVL FIRE workshop to be held on September 23rd, 2003 at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Besides the main focus on AVL´s exhaust gas aftertreatment solution, there will be sufficient time to explore the new features of our CFD code FIRE, including:

  • unrivaled meshing concept
  • a completely new solver technology
  • fast and versatile result data exploration

Generally, no specific knowledge of FIRE is required, however a general understanding of engineering workstations and fluid mechanics is necessary to gain most benefit from the workshop. Number of participants will be limited, so please register soon.


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