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ANSYS CFD Introduction Seminar
Posted Tue October 14, 2008 @05:13PM
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Announcements You are cordially invited to the ANSYS CFD Introduction Seminar to be held October 31st in Houston, Texas.

It is intended to provide a high level overview for engineers with little or no experience in the discipline of CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics).


Sponsor CFD Review

Typical applications of CFD are engineering problems involving fluid flows and heat transfer combined with phenomena such as turbulence, chemical reactions, particulates, multiple fluid phases with or without phase change, as well as fluid-structure interactions.

This seminar introduces the basic concepts of CFD. Industrial examples and success stories with an emphasis on multiphase flows are presented to illustrate how organizations innovate through the application of CFD and benefit from this technology provided by Ansys, Inc. to cut costs and time to market.

Seminar Outline

  • Introduction to CFD (45 minutes)
    • What is CFD
    • Steps of CFD
    • Resources for CFD
  • Break (5 minutes)
  • Applications Examples and Success Stories (45 minutes)
  • Break (5 minutes)
  • CFD in Action: A Quick Demo of Multiphase in Ansys Workbench (45 minutes)

To register for this free CFD seminar, please contact:

Barbara Dyise
T: 281-398-6113 x 109
F: 281-398-6061
E: barbara.dyise@ansys.com

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