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Energy & Process CFD Symposium
Posted Wed April 26, 2017 @05:14PM
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Announcements Siemens PLM will host an Energy & Process CFD Symposium on May 17 - 18, 2017 in Houston, Texas.

Take the opportunity to learn from and network with colleagues working in engineering design and simulation as well as Siemens' technical experts and business leaders.

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You will learn about industry-leading applications, current best practice and future developments in simulation and design-space exploration. Added to our already packed agenda, keynote speaker Tom Ramsay of Honda will share his thoughts on how the auto industry has benefited from the use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE). Our experts and support staff will also be available for further discussions throughout this event.

There is no cost for this symposium, but registration is required as spaces are strictly limited. We were at capacity last year and expect a similar (or even better!) turnout this year. Visit our website for more details and to sign up for this educational event.

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