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Computational Flow Dynamics, Microfluidics and Applications Seminar
Posted Mon November 27, 2006 @10:46PM
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Announcements Ozen Engineering, Inc. will deliver an applied CFD seminar on December 2nd at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California.

Ozen Engineering, technical leaders in the CFD simulation field, will share the technology and its applications in different industries. The intended audience of this seminar is engineers and managers who are developing understanding of applied CFD and use of commercially available software tools.

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Topics include
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics Fundamentals Overview
  • The boundary and volume condition settings for different set of applications
  • List of possible challenges to avoid for converged solutions
  • Coupled multi-disciplinary applications
  • Micro-fluidics applications
  • How your skill as a CFD simulation specialist fits in the Silicon Valley industries

Who should attend
Engineers seeking career transition, Users of CFD Software, Mechanical Engineers, Consultants, Microfluidics Engineers, Stress Analysts, Technical Engineering Supervisors, and Technical Engineering Managers.

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