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Unstructured CFD Computation Using FINE/Hexa
Posted Fri February 18, 2011 @09:20AM
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Announcements NUMECA Int. is hosting an Introduction to FINE/Hexa v2.10-4 on Monday February 21st at 5PM CET.

FINE/Hexa is a powerful CFD Flow Integrated Environment dedicated to complex internal and external flows. Register here for this free webinar.

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This webinar provides an introduction to FINE/Hexa v2.10-4 according to the following agenda:

  • Unstructured mesh generation using HEXPRESS
  • Set-up and launching a computation in FINE/Hexa
  • Post-processing in CFView
  • Presentation of practice case: automative manifold

Required preparation for the webinar:

  • no prerequisite knowledge required
  • registration required the latest on Monday February 21 2011 at 5 PM CET
  • in case your registration is not confirmed by email within 24 hours of registration, please do send an email to
  • optional: FINE/Hexa installed under windows on the same machine through which you will attend this meeting. Especially during the practice session we may ask you to share us your screen to be able to help you. Please contact for an evaluation license in case you do not have a license yet.

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