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ANSYS ICEM CFD 12.0 Webinar
Posted Thu July 23, 2009 @01:23PM
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News ANSYS will host an ICEM CFD 12.0 Update Webinar on July 28th at 4pm EDT and again on July 30th at 9am EDT.

The webinar highlights the updated tools in the ANSYS ICEM CFD meshing software, how it fits with the ANSYS vision and how you can use it with ANSYS meshing as part of your Simulation Driven Product Development process.


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Extend your ANSYS meshing capabilities with ANSYS ICEM CFD meshing software. ANSYS ICEM CFD offers the flexibility to work with dirty CAD, third party or faceted data, or combinations of B-spline, faceted data and imported mesh. It has geometry and facet creation/modification and repair capabilities. It can generate large hybrid or structured hexa meshes. It also has advanced diagnostics and automated and interactive mesh editing capabilities, scripting and output to third party solvers.

Join us for this free one-hour webinar and see how our users are benefiting from the insight that computer simulation offers.

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