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Events: Fluid Mechanics and CFD Review Course
Posted Tue April 09, 2002 @01:07PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Do you need an introduction (or re-introduction) to fluid mechanics, heat transfer and computational fluid dynamics? Starting May 1st, 2002, Fluent Inc. will begin offering special two-day courses designed specifically for this purpose. The main goal for our Fluid Mechanics and CFD Review course is to help the users of CFD to be more successful by having a more thorough knowledge of the underlying physics and numerical techniques that are present within CFD studies.

It is assumed that participants will have a technical education and background, but not necessarily an engineering degree. The course will be taught lecture-style, and the topics will be covered in a general fashion with no particular bias towards any CFD software package.

Visit the course website for the course description, dates, locations, course fee information, and to register online.

You may also register by contacting Fluent's Training Coordinator, Kelly Carter, at 603-643-2600 or klc@fluent.com

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Events: Next Generation CFD
Posted Tue April 09, 2002 @09:28AM
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News The CD adapco Group wishes to announce a one-day seminar will be held in their Seattle, WA office on May 3rd 2002. The event will include keynote discussions by Prof. Milovan Peric and other senior figures from the CD adapco group on "Next Generation CFD". It will also include previews of new capabilities in CFD with a general open-forum question and answer session. The seminar will begin at 9:00am and end at 4:00pm. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Space for this event is limited. Registration forms and additional details may be obtained by contacting Dr Stephen McIlwain at stephen@adapco.com, tel: 425-957-7827 ext 103 or by visiting our website at www.cd-adapco.com.

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Events: CFDRC Biochip Design Course
Posted Fri April 05, 2002 @06:09PM
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ESI Group CFDRC will hold a Biochip Design Course on April 16-17, 2002 in Huntsville, AL.

The course is designed to bring biotechnology professionals up to date on state-of-the-art multiphysics simulation techniques. The theory behind these cutting-edge methods will be presented in detail, and the validity of the modeling assumptions will be explained.

The course is lecture-based and given by scientists and/or application engineers over the span of 2 days. Demonstrations using CFD-ACE+ will be shown.

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Business: Flow Science Announces New Associate for Italy
Posted Fri April 05, 2002 @06:06PM
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News Flow Science, Inc. announced it has entered into an agreement with XC Engineering (XC) for XC to represent Flow Science’s FLOW-3D® computational fluid dynamics software in the Republic of Italy for sales, support and engineering consulting purposes.

Flow Science, Inc. is a privately held software company specializing in high fidelity fluid dynamics modeling software for industrial and scientific applications worldwide. In addition to its new presence in the UK, Flow Science also has Associates for FLOW-3D® in Japan, Germany, Korea, Finland, Norway, Russia, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and Southeast Asia. Flow Science is located in Santa Fe, NM.

XC Engineering is a privately held Italian company specializing in applied computational fluid dynamics consulting solutions. XC Engineering is based in Cantu (CO) Italy. For information, contact Ms. Rena Coby-Madrid at (505) 982-0088 or rena@flow3d.com or Dr. Eng. Matteo Corrado or Dr. Eng. Alessandro Incognito at 39-031-715-999 or info@xceng.com.

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New Software: CFDRC Releases 2002 Version of CFD-ACE+
Posted Fri April 05, 2002 @01:14PM
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ESI Group CFD Research Corporation (CFDRC) has announced the release 2002 of CFD-ACE+, the leading multiphysics engineering software.

Users of this latest version will experience productivity gains through a variety of improvements in ease-of use, robustness, performance and functionality. The further integration of the many different simulation disciplines supported by CFD-ACE+ enables many comprehensive real world simulations, especially in complex, multi-facetted applications like semiconductor, biomedical, microfluidics and fuel cells.

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Jobs: Jobs Database News
Posted Fri April 05, 2002 @11:48AM
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News The Jobs Database continues to grow. To help you keep up with the latest additions to the database, a special Jobs Section of the web site has been created which will feature new job openings and user resumes. Check there first for the latest jobs news.

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