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Computational Fluid Dynamics in Offshore Oil and Gas
Posted Tue April 21, 2009 @09:16AM
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News This online live demonstration will illustrate in detail an example of how Oil and Gas companies are using CFD on a daily basis to impact their designs. STAR-CCM+ will be used for the demonstration to show a complete process from importing geometry, geometry cleanup and surface wrapping, applying a mesh, setting up physics, running the simulation, through to post-processing examples for results visualization.

The webinar will be held 23 April, 2009 Time: 16:00 GMT (11 AM EDT, 17:00 CET).


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If you are unsure about how to use CFD in your design process you should attend this event. Already familiar with CFD? This event will help you explore further methods for productive use of computational fluid dynamics to design your oil and gas applications. Participants will have time at the end of the hour to ask questions and have an engineer show specific answers live, using the software.

This webinar has been setup at the request of the attendees from our March 19th event. That event hosted two industry specialists, Dr. Michael Wells, R&D Director at Hughes-Christensen and Ivar Iversen, Technical Director, Prospect Flow Solutions (Subsidiary of Hallin Marine). A recording of the March 19th webinar is available.

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