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Getting More From Your CFD
Posted Fri January 18, 2013 @08:01AM
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Announcements ANSYS will host The ANSYS Fluent Adjoint Solver: Getting More From Your CFD on January 29th and again on the 31st.

This webinar will give attendees an insight into the ANSYS Fluent Adjoint Solver, a groundbreaking new technology that ANSYS fluids customers are already beginning to take advantage of to help them improve their products quicker.

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Built inside the flagship Fluent CFD solver, this new differentiating and innovative technology from ANSYS can actively assist in driving your design towards an optimal solution and provide far greater information about the design space possibilities, even from a single run. This webinar will cover the concept of the adjoint solver, feature details and benefits and some examples of how the solver has been and can be used.

Join us for this free one-hour webinar and see how our users are benefiting from the insight that computer simulation offers.

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