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CFD Modelling for the Built Environment
Posted Fri June 03, 2005 @05:08PM
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News Fluent will hold a free seminar titled "CFD Modelling for the Built Environment" in London (June 30th) and Sheffield (July 7th).

There will be presentations from both Fluent and a guest industry speaker, covering case studies and the latest software features, as well as an informal question and answer session.

Fluent's CFD airflow modelling software is a powerful design tool. Its ability to simulate and display fluid flows for a variety of design scenarios has proved important in the design of some of the most high-profile building projects of recent years, including the 30 St. Mary Axe office building in London for Swiss Re and Birmingham's new Bullring retail development.


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Fluent, the world's leading CFD provider, is holding a series of free morning seminars to help the building services community find out for themselves the potential benefits of using CFD. The seminars will allow attendees to see how CFD can be applied to their own projects to improve building performance, for areas including:
  • Natural and mixed-mode ventilation systems
  • Occupant and pedestrian comfort levels
  • External wind flow around buildings
  • Fire and smoke modelling
There will be presentations from both Fluent and a guest industry speaker, covering case studies and the latest software features, as well as an informal question and answer session.

For further information contact Daniel Burton at Fluent Europe on 0114 281 8888 or email mailto:daniel@fluent.co.uk

To register for these events email mailto:events@fluent.co.uk and indicate your preferred location i.e. London or Sheffield.

Venues

Thursday 30th June 2005 - Morning Seminar
IMechE HQ, One Birdcage Walk,
Westminster, London, SW1H 9JJ

Thursday 7th July 2005 - Morning Seminar
Fluent Europe Ltd, Sheffield Business Park,
Europa Link, Sheffield, S9 1XU

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