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Simulation Solutions for the Oil & Gas Industry
Posted Tue May 29, 2007 @11:21AM
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News ANSYS CAE solutions have been successfully utilised in the oil and gas sector and have delivered proven benefits across a wide range of applications.

You are invited to attend a free half day seminar in Aberdeen, UK, on 7 June 2007 where current users of the full range of ANSYS software will share their success stories, illustrating how simulation solutions have helped exceed their project requirements in a variety of applications.

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Topics include:
  • Separation technology
  • LNG and Gas-to-liquid
  • Oil & Gas Machinery
  • Drilling and completion
  • Pollution and emission concerns
  • Wave structure interaction
  • Rotating machinery
  • Multi-body hydrodynamics

In addition, attendees will be given the opportunity to take advantage of a free evaluation licence to experience the benefits of ANSYS for themselves.

For further information email or telephone 0114 281 8888

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