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SMART Optimization For Internal Combustion Design
Posted Tue December 06, 2011 @06:49PM
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Announcements Optimal Solutions will host SMART Optimization For Internal Combustion Design on December 8 at 9am EST and again at 4pm EST.

The webinar will feature examples drawn from two companies at the forefront of internal combustion design that are improving their design optimization process by coupling Convergent Science Inc's CONVERGE® flow solver, Optimal Solutions Software's Sculptor® morpher and ESTECO's modeFRONTIER® optimizer.


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You'll learn:
  1. The challenges to optimizing your internal combustion design process.
  2. The benefit to automating your IC design process
  3. How you can automate your IC optimization process

Host:
Dr. Mark Landon, CTO, Optimal Solutions

Presenters:
Taylor Newill, Senior Application Engineer, Optimal Solutions Dr. Daniel Lee, Business Development Director, Convergent Science, Inc. Nader Fateh, VP, Business Development, ESTECO North America

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