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More CFD in Less Time with Post-Processing Automation
Posted Tue June 09, 2009 @05:31PM
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Post Processing FieldView will host the webinar: More CFD in Less Time with Post-Processing Automation on June 25, 2009 at 11am EDT.

Automation is the key to doing more in less time. Many CFD users want to know more about post-processing automation, but are reluctant to take the time to learn a new scripting language.


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Join us for this introduction to Post-Processing Automation and we will show you:

  • How to apply an existing visualization to a new dataset
  • How to create images and animations using automated batch operations
  • How to capture your investment in advanced post-processing in repeatable, reliable, reusable tools unique to your CFD workflow

Please join our CFD Engineer for this free technical presentation and learn how to do more in less time through post-processing automation.

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