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OpenFOAM in Wind Energy
Posted Mon November 05, 2012 @03:47PM
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Announcements The First Symposium on OpenFOAM in Wind Energy will be held March 20-21, 2013 in Oldenburg, Germany.

Jointly sponsored by ForWind, Fraunhofer IWES and University of Oldenburg this event will feature topics including aerodynamics of wind turbines, atmospheric boundary layer flows (site-assessment), turbulence, and meshing.


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The deadline for the abstract submission for the First Symposium on OpenFOAM in Wind Energy, is the 15th of November 2012.

If you need further information or have questions regarding the symposium do not hesitate to write an email to sowe@forwind.de.

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