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FLOW-3D Workshops on Water Civil Infrastructure
Posted Tue August 22, 2017 @07:46AM
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Announcements Flow Science is hosting a series of CFD Workshops on Water Civil Infrastructure throughout the United States.

In these CFD workshops, held with partners Tetra Tech, Freese and Nichols, Michael Baker, Stantec, WSP and Brown and Caldwell, Flow Science Senior CFD Engineer, John Wendelbo will introduce water & environmental simulation workflows using FLOW-3D.

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Each workshop includes a mix of lectures and A-Z model setup tutorials including postprocessing analysis using FlowSight.

Key modeling features include open channel free surface hydraulics, scour & sediment deposition, and wastewater recovery facility topics. Materials are formulated so that no prior experience of CFD modeling is necessary.

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