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Customizing FINE/Open Using OpenLabs
Posted Thu January 31, 2013 @11:51AM
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Announcements Numeca will host Customizing Physical Models in FINE/Open Using OpenLabs in two sessions on February 25th.

Always wanted to go beyond the capabilities of existing CFD packages? Wish to customize an existing physical model or add your own? This free webinar will show how FINE/Open with OpenLabs can help.

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In addition to the meshing, computation and post-processing capabilities of FINE/Open, OpenLabs provides modeling flexibility through simple, clear meta language scripting. This offers users numerous possibilities to add or modify transport equations, source terms, boundary conditions and model parameters.

Session 1 (European and Asian business hours) MBR< 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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