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Open Source CFD International Conference 2011
Posted Thu May 26, 2011 @09:53AM
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Announcements The Open Source CFD International Conference 2011 will be held on November 3rd & 4th in Paris-Chantilly, France.

The challenges of CFD Simulation are ever increasing.  Industry continues to demand greater relevance of CFD in the product design process.  Timely and more complex simulations are expected with ever decreasing budgets.

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Industry and academia alike are united in their quest to find new technologies, solutions and processes which push the barriers of innovation whilst remaining economically attractive. In recent years, the emergence of Open Source technologies has been seen by many as a platform for flexibility, collaborative efforts and a pathway to greater innovation.

The 5th Open Source CFD International Conference, taking place in Chantilly, France from 3rd - 4th November 2011, will build upon the considerable interest and success of those who are using, programming and deploying open source CFD solutions both in industry and academia.

Registration for the 5th Open Source CFD International Conference is now open.

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