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Taking the Mystery Out of CFD
Posted Thu April 26, 2007 @05:49PM
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Announcements Flomerics invites you to a complimentary EFD Seminar on CAD Embedded Thermal And Flow Analysis. The seminar will provide exposure to and examples with our EFD software.

Join us at the city near you!

May 15, 2007 - Nashua, NH
May 17, 2007 - Marlborough, MA

The seminar is intended for engineers who are comfortable in a CAD environment and have a need for thermal and flow analysis.

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Our EFD products work seamlessly with Pro/E, CATIA V5 and many other CAD tools. No need to keep going in an out of your CAD package once you have imported your diagrams. Other providers will speak of their integration with CAD tools but we can tell you, nothing works as well as EFD for your thermal and flow simulation requirements.

Don't believe us? Come and see for yourself how easy it is to use EFD. Quicker, faster, better... right? That's the name of the game and the products that will get you there is EFD.Pro, EFDv5 and EFD.Lab from Flomerics.

All attendees also receive a copy of our latest whitepaper "Embedded Flow Simulation Improves Decision-Making and Accelerates Mechanical Design."

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