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Open Source CFD International Conference
Posted Fri August 02, 2013 @02:23PM
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Announcements The Open Source CFD International Conference 2013 will be held October 24th & 25th at the Le Royal Méridien Hotel, Hamburg, Germany.

The annual Open Source CFD International Conference is the definitive, long standing industry-focused event for simulation process based on open source CFD technologies.


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The conference attracts experts from academia and industry who each year share their views and experiences on deployment of such technologies. Industry segments which are represented include, but are not limited to, Oil & Gas, Steelmaking, Automotive, Motorsport, IT, Chemical, Tobacco Industry, Defence and Security, Renewable Energy and Consulting Engineering.

The challenges of CFD Simulation are ever increasing. Industry continues to demand greater relevance of CFD in the product design process. Timely and more complex simulations are expected with ever decreasing budgets.

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