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Pump Design and Analysis Seminar
Posted Sat April 10, 2004 @01:32PM
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News Please join Fluent Inc., Concepts NREC and Engineous Software for our latest seminar on pump design and analysis, Monday, May 3, 2004, in Houston, Texas.

This seminar will showcase the ease and effectiveness of integrating software tools from these three partnering companies. Attendees will see a demonstration on the design of a centrifugal pump, using EASy! for Pumps, FLUENT Computational Fluid Dynamics for analysis, and Engineous iSIGHT for optimization.

Following the information-packed demonstration will be short lectures on both cavitation modeling and design process integration and optimization. The afternoon will conclude with a question and answer session.

For additional information and to register please visit the seminar website.


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