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FLUENT CFD Conference, 2003 for India and South East Asia
Posted Mon November 17, 2003 @08:24AM
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News Fluent India invites you for the Fluent CFD conference for India & South East Asia, scheduled for November 18-20, 2003 at Pune, India. This event will be a wonderful opportunity for Fluent's rapidly expanding CFD community to meet and present some of the best CFD applications.

Participation is open for all Fluent users in India and South East Asia.

The objectives of the seminar are:

  • To learn about latest developments in CFD from well-known experts in respective fields
  • To present work in the areas of research or application of CFD to real engineering problems
  • To provide a forum where CFD researchers and practitioners can meet and share their expertise and experiences
  • To familiarize you with latest developments in Fluent software and to allow you to provide input which will influence our future product development plans

For more information or to register, please visit the Conference Website

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