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ANSYS CFX Seminars in November and December
Posted Tue November 02, 2004 @09:14PM
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News A series of ANSYS seminars are being held at various locations around the world. Seminars are free and feature presentations on ANSYS Products and Industry application areas.

ANSYS CFX Computational Fluid Dynamics Seminars currently scheduled for November and December are:

November 16, 2004
Advanced CFD Technologies Featuring ANSYS CFX
El Segundo, CA USA

November 17, 2004
Advanced CFD Technologies Featuring ANSYS CFX
St. Louis, MO USA

November 17, 2004
Advanced CFD Technologies Featuring ANSYS CFX
Anaheim, CA USA

December 16, 2004
CFX-5: Flow Modelling in the Materials Processing & Building Products Industry
Stoke-on-Trent, UK

Using a combination of real-world customer examples and live demonstrations, our experts will discuss how ANSYS CFX can shorten product design times and improve product development processes. You'll learn how the advanced solver technology in CFX provides quick and accurate results for complex, real-world problems.

Visit www.ansys.com for a complete list of all ANSYS seminars.


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