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Virtual Vantage 3.0
Posted Fri June 07, 2002 @05:53PM
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Post Processing Fuel-Tech N.V., a world leader in air pollution control technology and advanced engineering solutions for energy systems, today announced the launch of Virtual Vantage™ 3.0 software, a state-of-the art virtual reality-based product used for the visualization of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) datasets in a 3D, interactive, immersive environment.

The Company’s proprietary Virtual Vantage technology which is based upon internally developed software for the visualization of complex CFD modeling results, provides users with high-end visualization services. This technology is a cost-effective and easy to use software tool that stimulates problem solving in a visual environment, accelerating design decisions and helping users to enhance their time to market.

Virtual Vantage 3.0 software is being introduced at the 2002 Fluent Users’ Group Meeting in Lebanon, New Hampshire on June 10-12. Through a strategic partnership, Fluent provides Fuel Tech with marketing support for its Virtual Vantage technology.


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