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Beginning and Advanced SC/Tetra Seminars
Posted Thu March 14, 2013 @08:30PM
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Announcements Cradle will offer an SC/Tetra Basic Seminar (April 1-2, 2013) for beginning users on April 1-2 and Visual Basic Automation (April 3) and User-Defined Functions (April 4) for advanced users in Dayton, OH.

These seminars revolve around SC/Tetra, Cradle's flagship general purpose, unstructured grid CFD software known for its robust meshing capabilities, efficient solver, and sophisticated physical models .

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The main objectives of the SC/Tetra Basic Seminar is to familiarize attendees with basic operations and to equip them to handle basic CFD problems encountered during design processes.

The Visual Basic Automation seminar will introduce the use of automation in the Windows environment to enhance productivity when using SC/Tetra.

The User Defined Functions seminar will show attendees how to extend the functionality of SC/Tetra. They will learn how to prepare dynamic link libraries for Windows using Visual Studio. Hands-on examples will help explain programming and compiling. The use of User Defined Functions for the Linux environment will also be covered.

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