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Pointwise Meshing Seminar
Posted Mon March 02, 2009 @10:52AM
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Announcements Pointwise, Inc. has been receiving an increasing amount of interest in both Pointwise and Gridgen from Scandinavian and Northern European engineers. In response, Pointwise, Inc. will be hosting a Meshing Seminar in Göteborg, Sweden to be held at the Radisson SAS Hotel on March 19, 2009.

You are invited to join two engineers from Pointwise, Inc. to learn more about reliable meshing for computational fluid dynamics.


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You will learn about Pointwise, our next-generation meshing software, and Gridgen, our classic product of 25 years. Through presentations and demonstrations you will see how both products can automate the meshing process and address complex problems using advanced techniques.

For more information visit http://www.pointwise.com/sweden or email sales@pointwise.com. We look forward to meeting you in Göteborg!

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