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Virtual Prototyping for the Process and Manufacturing Industries
Posted Mon April 22, 2013 @10:32AM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics and Voxdale will host Virtual Prototyping for the Process and Manufacturing Industries on 15th May 2013 at 11.30am UK Time and 10.30pm US Pacific Time.

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In this special 20-minute web presentation, Voxdale, a design and engineering agency, based in Antwerp, talk about how their design process uses Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to augment industrial projects.

Koen Beyers, Managing Director, Voxdale, shows that by using virtual prototyping and simulation early on in their design process, they can create more innovative and radical design solutions.

Koen will go on to show highlights of some of the projects that he has worked on in the Process Industry.

Join us for this presentation and see what can be achieved if you use a tool that allows you to experiment and push your designs to the limit.

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