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NUMECA Seminar
Posted Sun May 23, 2004 @04:18PM
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News NUMECA invites you to attend a 1-day workshop on the latest advances in simulation, design and optimization of turbomachinery. NUMECA offers the possibility to get hands-on experience and discussions with experts on how to analyze and design turbomachines quickly, effortlessly, accurately and cost-effectively from geometric modeling and grid generation to flow analysis to optimization.

The following brand new tools will be presented and demonstrated: AutoBlade v2 - new, highly interactive turbomachinery design software AutoGrid v5 - a unique structured mesh generator for turbomachinery, including very complex geometries FINE/Turbo v7 - complete CFD package for all turbomachinery simulations FINE/Design3D - 2D/3D turbomachinery optimization software based on artificialintelligence techniques HEXPRESS v2 - automatic, full-hex unstructured mesh generator FINE/Hexa v2 - new, highly accurate and quick unstructured CFD package for all kinds of applications

Who should attend?

Engineers, designers, scientists, researchers, project managers involved in power generation, aerospace, hydropower, marine applications, automotive, powertrain, petrochemichal industry, industrial fans, blowers and pumps

Where and when?

Austria Center Vienna - Room 446D 10:30 - 16:00, June 17, 2004

How to register?

Please register via www.numeca.com

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