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Go Beyond Existing CFD Capabilities
Posted Wed January 09, 2013 @09:58PM
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Announcements NUMECA International will host a webinar on the Creation and customization of physical models in CFD simulations on February 25th.

If you have always wanted to go beyond the capabilities of existing CFD packages, this free webinar will show you how using FINE/Open with OpenLabs.

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In addition to the mesh generation, flow solver and post processing capabilities of FINE/Open, OpenLabs provides flexibility through the use of easy-to-use meta language. It offers various possibilities by adding or modifying transport equations, source terms, and boundary conditions while benefiting from the professional software environment of FINE/Open.

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