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Fluid Structure Interaction Using SC/Tetra and Abaqus
Posted Mon June 10, 2013 @03:40PM
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Announcements Software Cradle will host Fluid Structure Interaction Using SC/Tetra and Abaqus in Dayton, OH on June 17-18. This two day course will teach attendees how to approach different Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) problems using SC/Tetra and Abaqus.

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General information and overview about FSI simulations will be discussed followed by the technical content that will enable the attendee to set-up and solve FSI problems. The course will include step by step instructions on how to set up a two way FSI problem using SC/Tetra and Abaqus.

A separate discussion will be dedicated to identifying the important steps needed to verify the accuracy of an FSI simulation. The course will be concluded by providing a hands-on workshop where attendees will be given specific instructions and encouraged to complete the setup for a second FSI problem.

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