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NAFEMS Webinar Series

Practical CFD Analysis

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Practical CFD Analysis

Flow problems can be found in nearly all parts of industry. The webinar shows why the simulation of flows can help to improve the product development. We will discuss advantages and disadvantages we are facing in running CFD simulations. Finally, a detailed presentation of the contents of the course “Practical CFD Analysis” will be given. 

We would like to invite you to attend this webinar entitled “Practical CFD Analysis”, which will be held on Tuesday, September 23th, 2008 at 4.00pm (GMT).

This webinar will address

-               Why simulations?

-               Advantages and disadvantages of CFD simulations

-               Contents of course “Practical CFD Analysis”

Add value to your product or company by attending this FREE webinar.


Agenda

 

Welcome & Introduction

Matthew Ladzinski, NAFEMS North America & Roger Oswald, NAFEMS DACH & Nordic Countries

Practical CFD Analysis

Prof. Uwe Janoske, University of Cooperative Education, Mosbach

Q & A Session

 

Closing


RELATED TRAINING COURSE(S)

Training Course: Practical CFD Analysis (click for more information )

  • November 10th-11th, 2008
  • Wiesbaden, Germany

Details

Event Type: Webinar
Location: Online Worldwide
Date: September 23, 2008

Webinar Presenters

 

Prof. Uwe Janoske Ph.D.

Uwe Janoske has over 15 years of combined teaching, research and industrial experience in CAE applications with a focus on CFD. Uwe Janoske is head of the department of Virtual Engineering at the University of Cooperative Education in Mosbach and director of the Steinbeis transfer centre “Simulation in mechanical and process engineering”.