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OpenFOAM Introductory Programming Training
Posted Thu March 10, 2011 @09:23AM
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Announcements ICON announces a new schedule for Introductory Programming Training in OpenFOAMŪ Technology for 2011.

OpenFOAMŪ Introductory Programming Training is offered to customers wishing to modify or extend the existing features of OpenFOAMŪ. The trainees are assumed to have taken the Introductory User training or to have equivalent experience of OpenFOAMŪ.

Sponsor CFD Review

The objectives of the 4 day course are to:
  • Introduce C++ within the OpenFOAMŪ context
  • Explore the OpenFOAMŪ code structure and commonly used classes
  • Analyse, modify and create basic solvers and utilities
  • Understand and customise basic OpenFOAM libraries

The following training dates are available:

  • 22nd-25th March 2011, Windsor, UK
  • 12th-15th April 2011, Hamburg, Germany
  • 10th-13th May 2011, Graz, Austria

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