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Final QNET-CFD Workshop
Posted Sun March 14, 2004 @04:11PM
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News The fourth and final QNET-CFD Workshop will conclude the QNET-CFD project and present advances on Quality & Trust in the Industrial Applications of CFD.

The final QNET-CFD Workshop will present the latest QNET-CFD achievements: the Knowledge Base and the Best Practice Advice from the Thematic Areas. The presentation will focus on the application of CFD in the industrial sectors, as proposed and elaborated in the QNET-CFD project.

The final QNET-CFD workshop will be an ideal opportunity to discover more about QNET CFD and the most recent advances on Quality & Trust in the Industrial Applications of CFD. Technical papers from the six QNET CFD Thematic Areas will be presented summarizing the related Best Practice Advices as collected from Application Challenges and Underlying Flow Regimes.

Several invited presentations will be given from European R&D projects and networks related to CFD.

Preliminary program [pdf].


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