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ICON CFD Seminar Series
Posted Tue March 15, 2011 @01:37PM
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Announcements ICON cordially invites you to attend the ICON CFD Seminar Series - Answering Industry Questions on Open Source CFD to be held in March/April 2011 in Germany and Austria.

The ICON CFD Seminar Series is designed to address typical questions on Open Source CFD processes and highlight the potential benefits to be gained from using Open Source CFD. 

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The seminars are aimed at Managers and Engineers of CFD and R&D departments.

The agenda covers topics ranging from the benefits and pitfalls of open source CFD adoption, an overview of ICON's solution package ICON FOAMpro, an example of an industrial case study and offers the opportunity for questions and discussion.

The ICON CFD Seminar Series will begin in March/April 2011 in Germany and Austria.

Registration is free for industrial companies. So why wait? Book you place now as participant, places are limited.

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