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ESI Group Hosts CFD Seminar
Posted Thu April 05, 2007 @08:29PM
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News ESI Group will host a one day free techinical seminar on CFD on Tuesday, April 11th at the ESI French office in Rungis.

ESI Group is a technology leader in the field of advanced computational fluid dynamics simulation software backed by more than 20 years of research based knowledge throughout a wide range of industries. The ESI Group broad range of products and services provide all of the necessary tools for advanced multiphysics analysis in a virtual prototype environment.


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The main presenter for the day will be Dr. Mustafa Megahed, CFD Business Development Manager for Europe, ESI Group.

The agenda will include:

  • Overview of the ESI Group CFD-ACE+ and CFD-CADalyzer.
  • Biotech and Biomedical Simulation.
  • Multiphysics Simulation of MEMS and Microfluidics Applications.
  • Plasma and Chemical Vapor Modeling.
  • CFD Simulation of Semiconductor Process and Design.

To reserve a place please contact Thierry Bertucat at ESI.

Key focus areas for ESI CFD include: aerospace, automotive, biomedical, fuel cells, MEMS, microfluidics, plasma and semiconductor techniques.

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