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Second OpenFOAM Workshop
Posted Thu January 11, 2007 @01:14AM
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Announcements Wikki Ltd. and the faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FSB), University of Zagreb, Croatia announce the Second OpenFOAM Workshop to be held in Zagreb, Croatia on June 7-9, 2007.

Following the success of the first workshop last year, this year's event aims to reflect the increased popularity of OpenFOAM.

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The workshop will concentrate on four main topics:
  • Turbomachinery Simulations With OpenFOAM, hosted by Hydro Quebec
  • Coupled Simulations and Fluid-Structure Interaction, hosted by University of Zagreb and University College Dublin
  • OpenFOAM for Internal Combustion Engine Simulations, Combustion and Spray hosted by Politecnico di Milano
  • OpenFOAM on Windows and Mac OS X hosted by ICE Stromungsforschung GmbH and University of Leoben

For the benefit of new OpenFOAM users, two training sessions will accompany the Workshop. Training will be delivered by Dr. Hrvoje Jasak of Wikki Ltd. and FSB Zagreb, the original OpenFOAM developer.

The event will be held at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Ivana Lucica 5, Zagreb, Croatia.

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