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OpenFOAM Training in Australia
Posted Mon February 09, 2009 @02:57PM
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Announcements OpenCFD and SGI Customer Education are taking the OpenFOAMŪ Foundation and Advanced training courses to Australia, with the first courses scheduled for 14-17 April 2009.

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OpenFOAM, produced by OpenCFD, simulates complex fluid flows involving multiple phases, turbulence, heat transfer, particle-tracking and chemical reactions. As an open source product, and freely available under the GNU General Public Licence, OpenFOAM is fully extensible, enabling users to customise it for their own needs. OpenFOAM is used worldwide, by industry and academics alike, across a wide range of engineering applications, e.g. automotive, nuclear, marine, fire, medical, processing, and HVAC.

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