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Fluent Europe Offers Seminar on Multiphase Modelling
Posted Mon March 21, 2005 @05:39PM
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News Fluent Europe is to hold a free seminar focusing specifically on multiphase modelling. FLUENT 6 is widely considered to provide the most advanced multiphase capability on the market, and the event gives attendees the chance to learn all about the extended scope and range of features in the new FLUENT 6.2.

Fluent’s multiphase modelling provides detailed information on the complex behaviour of fluid flows associated with applications including mixing and separation. The seminar offers the opportunity to discuss your modelling requirements with Fluent’s multiphase experts, and DEM Solutions, who will be outlining their discrete element modelling technology for the simulation and analysis of particle handling and manufacturing operations.

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