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Water 2018 - FLOW-3D Training and Evaluation Opportunities
Posted Mon January 29, 2018 @06:21PM
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Announcements 2018 is packed with FLOW-3D water civil infrastructure modeling webinar presentations as well as numerous workshop and training opportunities in the USA and Canada.

In this short webinar on Wednesday, January 31, we will explain the workshop format we are deploying for 2018 and present the technical webinar program for FLOW-3D's water related applications throughout the year!


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FLOW-3D is an amazingly versatile and powerful tool suitable for a wide range of water civil applications, including dam hydraulics, municipal flows, storm water and wastewater recovery, environmental flows, scour and sedimentation, pump stations and coastal protection. If you work in this field, this webinar is for you.

Register online at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/11185775 47619919874

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