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FINE/Marine Propulsion Modeling
Posted Thu October 25, 2012 @04:36PM
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News NUMECA International will host FINE/Marine Propulsion Modeling on November 14th in two sessions.

This webinar will show you all the methods you can use in FINE/Marine to model marine propulsion.


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FINE/Marine, dedicated to marine applications, is the latest CFD product from NUMECA International. It offers high accuracy flow simulation results on arbitrary and complex geometries, leading to shorter design cycles. FINE/Marine is developed in collaboration with Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), and NUMECA International.

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)

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