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An Introduction to VNoise
Posted Wed February 01, 2012 @10:13AM
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Announcements NUMECA will host "An Introduction to VNoise" on February 15th.

Join the 1-hour webinar to find out more about NUMECA's suite for acoustic, aero-acoustic and vibro-acoustic analysis.


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You will gain an overview of the VNoise interface, a demo of using the software for acoustic analysis and an opportunity for questions and discussion.

Registration
Session 1 (European and Asian business hours)
9:00AM (Brussels), 3:00PM (Beijing), 4:00PM (Tokyo)

Session 2 (N./S. American business hours)
9:00 AM (Honolulu), 11:00 AM (San Francisco), 2:00 PM (New York), 8:00 PM (Brussels)

Preparation
Please ensure you register at least 24 hours in advance. Contact webinars@numeca.com if you have any questions.

Optional: Attendees with VNoise installed on a Windows machine will be able to share their screen to get assistance if desired. Please contact us one week prior to the webinar for an evaluation license should you require one.

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