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Smarter Way of Working with OpenFOAM
Posted Thu July 31, 2014 @08:57AM
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Announcements ESI Group will host Smarter Way of Working with OpenFOAM on August 12th.

Join us for this interesting webinar to learn more about how to increase the ROI with OpenFOAM and a new intelligent interface for OpenFOAM.

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OpenFOAM, today has reached almost every CFD engineerís desk. Being OpenSource software, the user has entire source code available at their disposal for further customization. However, it also brings in the complexity towards providing inputs while handling real-world complex problems.

Companies having engineers spread geographically, find it difficult to stick to uniform settings on all models to ensure consistency in their process. In this webinar, you will experience how ESIís solution can, not only handle all such challenges quite smoothly but also allows customization at user level which they can share across the teams.

What does this webinar cover?

  • OpenFOAM Applications for Industrial Problems
  • Return of Investment (ROI) with OpenFOAM
  • Visual-CFD: Intelligent interface to OpenFOAM
  • Live Demo of Visual-CFD

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