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Simulation Driven Product Development for Nuclear Power Plant Components
Posted Wed February 27, 2008 @04:23PM
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Announcements ANSYS, Inc. will host a webinar describing Simulation Driven Product Development for Nuclear Power Plant Components on Wednesday March 12, 2008 at 11:00 am ET.

With growing concerns about energy needs and climate change, the nuclear power industry is preparing for a resurgence. Next generation plants are being designed while site, construction and operating licenses are being sought for new plants around the world.


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Join ANSYS, Inc. for a webinar covering the use of engineering simulation for nuclear power plants to see how your organization can leverage this technology for success in this rapidly growing industry.

Who should attend:
Engineers and engineering managers at nuclear technology companies, architectural engineering firms, and engineering service firms with a focus on nuclear power and nuclear waste applications.

Presenters:
Dr. David Schowalter, ANSYS, Inc.
Dr. Walter Schwarz, ANSYS, Inc.

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