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Automated Design and Optimisation CFD Seminar
Posted Wed May 31, 2006 @05:17PM
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Announcements IMechE will host Automated Design and Optimisation Techniques using CFD in London, UK on June 28th, 2006. The seminar will examine some techniques being used with a wide range of practical examples.

Improved computer processor speeds have enabled automated design and optimisation techniques to become more practical, making this topic essential in today's design environment. Benefits are being seen, improvements achieved and many leading companies are now using these approaches in their design activities.


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Industrial and academic speakers will make this a fascinating and educational event for anyone involved in CFD, design and computing science.

The keynote address will be presented by Dr. Clyde Warsop, Senior Principal Scientist, BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre.

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