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Engine Cooling System Simulation Workshop
Posted Fri May 07, 2004 @04:20PM
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News Flowmaster & Fluent announce a free half day workshop focussing on the simulation of engine cooling systems.

This half day workshop is aimed at engineers and engineering managers responsible for system level and component level design decisions.

The workshop will take place on the 18th of May in Detroit. A keynote presentation will be given by Ken Singh, Aero & Fluid dynamics manager, DaimlerChrysler, on the need to co-simulate between 1D & 3D CFD for engine cooling system design.

Following the keynote presentation will be technical sessions on Flowmaster and Fluent capabilities for engine cooling system design and a demonstration of a co-simulation case study of an engine water jacket.

Places are limited so to reserve a place contact Sudhi Uppuluri on 001 734 779 1898 or email auto-workshops@flowmaster.com.

Please note: the workshop date was incorrectly listed as May 14th originally and has been changed. - Editor

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