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March, 2006
  • Fluent's Advanced Training: Automotive Underhood and Underbody Thermal Modeling
    Course, Fluent Training Center, Ann Arbor, United States, March 1, 2006

    This course is for FLUENT users in the automotive industry who are interested in expanding their modeling knowledge in the areas of underhood and underbody thermal analysis. Attendees must have completed FLUENT introductory training and it is recommended that they have at least one year of experience using the software.

February, 2006
  • Introduction to FLUENT Training
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, February 27, 2006

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course

  • Introduction to Icepak Training by Fluent
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, February 27, 2006

    New users of Icepak software should register for the three- day introductory training course.

  • Hydrodynamical Instability and Turbulence
    Conference, Russia, February 26, 2006

    At this conference the following directions are to be considered: flows with hydrodynamical instability; laminar-turbulent transition processes; chaos and turbulence; DNS of turbulent flows and CFD; Applications to microgravity sciences, geophysics, astrophysics, ecology etc. In addition, in the framework of the Conference the Materials & Microgravity Sciences Workshop (MMSW) will be held for 2-3 days. A special workshop for students is also planned.

  • Fluent Presents: FloWizard Rapid Modeling Software Live Online Demonstration
    Online Event, February 23, 2006

    Join us for one of three free online demonstrations for FloWizard Rapid Modeling Software.

  • CEIViz '06
    Conference, Disney Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, United States, February 22, 2006

    CEIViz is a biennial visualization conference that will feature training seminars, information on new and future software developments, exhibits by leading hardware vendors, and presentations on technologies and applications in VR, FEA, CFD, scientific and other forms of visualization.

  • Fluent's Fluid Mechanics and CFD Review Course
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, February 22, 2006

    This two and a half-day course is intended for those users who are new to CFD and who need an introduction (or re- introduction) to fluid mechanics, heat transfer and computational fluid dynamics.

  • CEIViz '06 - CEI Visualization Conference
    User Conference, Disney Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, United States, February 21, 2006

    The first biennial CEIViz '06, a visualization conference specifically designed for engineering and scientific end users.

  • Introduction to Wind Technology
    Course, Chaussee de Waterloo 72, B-1640 Rhode-St-Genese, Belgium, February 20, 2006

    a state-of-the-art review of activities in wind technology and to indicate the current research directions.

  • Introduction to Airpak Training by Fluent
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, February 15, 2006

    The training course is a combination of lectures with discussion and hands-on exercises to introduce the student to the basics of using Airpak, to familiarize the student with the user-interface, and also to begin a mutually beneficial partnership.

  • Design, Analysis and Experimental Investigation of High Speed Pumps - RTO-VKI-LS
    Course, Chaussee de Waterloo 72, B-1640 Rhode-St-Genese, Belgium, February 13, 2006

    High speed pumps are not only important for cryogenic propulsion but also experience a growing interest for a wide range of more industrial applications.

  • Introduction to FLUENT Training
    Course, Fluent Inc., Ann Arbor, United States, February 13, 2006

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course

  • Introduction to FLUENT Training
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, February 13, 2006

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course

  • Fluent Presents: FloWizard Rapid Modeling Software Live Online Demonstration
    Online Event, February 9, 2006

    Join us for one of three free online demonstrations for FloWizard Rapid Modeling Software.

  • Experiment, Modeling and Simulation of Gas-Surface Interactions for Reactive Flows in Hypersonic Flights - RTO-VKI-LS
    Course, Chaussee de Waterloo 72, B-1640 Rhode-St-Genese, Belgium, February 6, 2006

    Objectives of the special course are to review the up-to-date experimental techniques, the theoretical models, as well as the numerical simulation strategies involved in the treatment of the chemical characters of high temperatures gases.

January, 2006
  • Free OpenFOAM Training and Workshop
    Workshop, FSB Zagreb, Ivana Lucica 5, Zagreb, Croatia, January 26, 2006

    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Zagreb, Croatia and Wikki Ltd. announce a 3-day OpenFOAM Training and Workshop in Zagreb, Croatia 26-28/January/2006.

  • Introduction to CFD
    Course, Chaussee de Waterloo 72, B-1640 Rhode-St-Genese, Belgium, January 23, 2006

    This course is intended to provide the basic information required to initiate research or applications in most of the important domains of computational fluid dynamics.

  • FLUISTCOM Workshop. Experimental techniques for Thermo Acoustics and Structural Vibration in Gas Turbines.
    Workshop, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, January 19, 2006

    High-level scientific courses and presentations will be given by lecturers of several European Universities, Research Organisations and Gas Turbine Industry. The presentations focus on various approaches to the experimental techniques relating to the measurement of turbulent flame thermo acoustical behaviour and to the structural vibration of the enveloping liner.

  • Gridgen Training
    Course, Digital Design LA, Burbank, United States, January 17, 2006

    The Gridgen Standard Training Course includes three days covering both basic and advanced Gridgen usage. The most commonly used GUI commands and efficient tools for making grids quickly are thoroughly explained. The training course progresses to more advanced tools and how to work with difficult topologies and geometry models. Tutorials will demonstrate the topics discussed and allow attendees their own practice time with the newly learned tools.

  • 2nd Conference on Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamical Systems
    Conference, Aerospace Research Institute, P.O. Box 14665-834, Tehran, I.R., Tehran, Iran, January 17, 2006

    Recent developments and techniques of chaos and nonlinear dynamical systems to attend the second conference on chaos and nonlinear dynamical systems (Jan. 17-18 2006, Tehran-Iran).

  • South African Conference on Applied Mechanics (SACAM)
    Conference, South Africa, January 16, 2006

    A forum for presenting the latest developments in all branches of applied mechanics.

  • 44th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit
    Conference, Reno Hilton, Reno, United States, January 9, 2006

    The Aerospace Sciences Meeting is the largest of the AIAA technical conferences and one of the preeminent technical gatherings within the entire spectrum of aerospace activities.

  • Gridgen Glyph Training Seminar
    Course, Reno Hilton, Reno, United States, January 8, 2006

    This training course will focus on Gridgen Glyph.

  • MAHY2006 - International Conference on Marine Hydrodynamics
    Conference, Naval Science and Technological Laboratory (NSTL), DRDO, VISAKHAPATNAM, India, January 5, 2006

    Hydrodynamic behavior of marine vehicles, both surface and sub-surface, is an area of prime concern in ship design. The aim of this conference is to bring researchers, academicians, scientists, engineers, naval architects, designers, builders and operators of ships, shipyards and industries on a common platform and exchange views on various aspects regarding state-of-the-art technologies in Marine Hydrodynamics.

  • ICTEA 2006
    Conference, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates, January 3, 2006

    Second International Conference on Thermal Engineering Theory and Application.

December, 2005
  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Fluent Inc., Ann Arbor, United States, December 12, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Santa Clara, United States, December 12, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Sarod 2005
    Conference, Hyderabad, India, December 9, 2005

    SAROD-2005 will be held in Hyderabad during 9th and 10th December 2005. The symposium is aimed at bringing together people working in different aspects of applied aerodynamics and design of aerospace vehicles, from both within and outside the country, to share their insights. The focus is on developments in aerodynamic design and technologies that contribute to these developments as applied to design of aerospace vehicles.

  • Seminar - Fluent Inc. and Optimum Power: Pushing the Boundaries of Engine Simulation
    Seminar, 3005 Boardwalk, Ste. 100, Ann Arbor, United States, December 9, 2005

    Please join us for this special event to learn of the updates in modeling capabilities for our respective software products.

  • Turbine-99 III
    Workshop, Porjus Hydropower Center, Jokkmokk, Sweden, December 8, 2005

    Turbine-99 III, the third IAHR Workshop of its kind, aims to determine the state-of-the-art in predicting the flow in hydraulic turbine draft tubes. The third workshop will be held in Porjus, Sweden during December 8-9, 2005. The focus for Turbine-99 III is unsteady calculations and draft tube optimization.

  • Introduction to Airpak
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, December 7, 2005

    The training course is a combination of lectures with discussion and hands-on exercises to introduce the student to the basics of using Airpak, to familiarize the student with the user-interface, and also to begin a mutually beneficial partnership.

  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Lebanon, United States, December 5, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Austin, United States, December 5, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Intl. Conference on Computational and Experimental Engineering and Sciences (ICCES'05)
    Conference, Hyderabad, India, December 1, 2005

    The scope of ICCES embraces both classical topics in mechanics, as well as emerging scientific and engineering disciplines, such as: nano-science & technology; NEMS & MEMS; mechanics & chemistry of biosystems; micro-and nano-device modeling; multi-spatial & time-scale and multi-physics phenomena; functional and smart material systems; meshless (MLPG) and novel methods of computational modeling; novel material models such as gradient theories; novel experimental methods, etc.

  • Solving Dynamic Meshing Problems with FLUENT v6
    Course, Fluent Inc., Ann Arbor, United States, December 1, 2005

    This training course, offered in Fluent's Ann Arbor office, is designed for existing users of FLUENT.

  • Solving Dynamic Meshing Problems with FLUENT v6
    Course, Fluent Inc., Ann Arbor, United States, December 1, 2005

    This training course, offered in Fluent's Ann Arbor office, is designed for existing users of FLUENT.

November, 2005
  • Fluid Mechanics and CFD Review Course by Fluent
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, November 30, 2005

    This two and a half-day course is intended for those users who are new to CFD and who need an introduction (or re- introduction) to fluid mechanics, heat transfer and computational fluid dynamics. The goal is to make you more successful at CFD by having a more thorough knowledge of the underlying physics and numerical techniques in our software.

  • 1st Pratical CFD Seminar
    Course, ATEC, Quinta do Anjo, Portugal, November 29, 2005

    Pratical CFD Seminar in Portugal for Engineers and Designers

  • Multiphase Flow Workshop
    Workshop, Gothenburg, Sweden, November 21, 2005

    We invite you to participate in a multiphase flow workshop November 21-23 hosted by Fluent Sweden. The workshop is intended for CFD engineers who face multiphase flow in their daily routine and are looking for efficient ways of ensuring reliable results. Multiphase flow covers a wide range of physical phenomena, and the challenge for users is choosing an appropriate model for a particular application from the wide selection of possibilities.

  • Numeca User Meeting 2005
    User Conference, Le Meridien Hotel, Brussels, Belgium, November 21, 2005

    NUMECA User Meeting 2005 will be held at Le Meridien Hotel in Brussels, Belgium on 21-22 November 2005. This event will bring together engineers, designers, scientists, and researchers in CFD analysis of industrial flows and design optimization of turbomachinery blading and for two full days of user presentations, product seminars, technical discussions and keynote presentations. The topics of the meeting will include the most exciting new developments in the NUMECA productline.

  • Italian ANSYS Users' Meeting 2005
    User Conference, Villa Caroli-Zanchi, Stezzano (BG), Italy, November 18, 2005

    Italian ANSYS, ANSYS CFX and ANSYS ICEM CFD users' meeting

  • Advanced Thermal Modeling Course
    Course, Icepak, Santa Clara, United States, November 17, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Second European Workshop on Automatic Differentiation
    Workshop, Cranfield UniversityCranfield University (, Shrivenham Campus, Swindon, United Kingdom, November 17, 2005

    This is the second in a series of European Workshops providing a forum for the presentation of theoretical developments in, and applications of, Automatic Differentiation (AD) and adjoint methods.

  • Computational Fluid Models for Store and Stage Separations Webinar
    Online Event, November 17, 2005

    This webinar is particularly suited for engineers interested in using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for solving store separation and stage separation problems. Additional general computed motions will be discussed as well.

  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Lebanon, United States, November 14, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to Airpak
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, November 14, 2005

    The training course is a combination of lectures with discussion and hands-on exercises to introduce the student to the basics of using Airpak, to familiarize the student with the user-interface, and also to begin a mutually beneficial partnership.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Santa Clara, United States, November 14, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Large-scale Numerical Applications to Surface and Subsurface Flow and Transport Processes
    Workshop, CRS4, POLARIS, Edificio 1, Pula (Cagliari), Italy, November 10, 2005

    The workshop, organized by CRS4 in the frame of the European Project EUA4X, is aimed at presenting an overview of large scale field scenarios studied within a number of national and international projects in the context of surface and subsurface flow modeling. The case studies presented covers issues regarding water cycle processes and contaminant migration.

  • Fluid-Structure-Interaction with FLUENT and ABAQUS Webinar
    Online Event, November 10, 2005

    Please join us for this special event, Thursday, November 10, 2005 (2pm EST), to learn about the finite element program ABAQUS and the fluid dynamics code FLUENT provide best-in-class simulation solutions in their respective application areas.

  • Gridgen Training
    Course, 213 South Jennings Ave., Fort Worth, United States, November 8, 2005

    The Gridgen Standard Training Course includes three days covering both basic and advanced Gridgen usage. The most commonly used GUI commands and efficient tools for making grids quickly are thoroughly explained. The training course progresses to more advanced tools and how to work with difficult topologies and geometry models. Tutorials will demonstrate the topics discussed and allow attendees their own practice time with the newly learned tools.

  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Seattle, United States, November 7, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Fluent Inc., Ann Arbor, United States, November 7, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Austin, United States, November 7, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • STAR Deutschland Konferenz 2005
    Conference, Munich Marriott Hotel, Berliner Str. 93, D-80805, Munich, Germany, November 7, 2005

    CD-adapco, celebrating their 25th anniversary within the CAE business, will be presenting the latest CAE/CFD technology at the 2nd STAR Deutschland Konferenz on November 7-8, 2005 at the Munich Marriott Hotel, Munich, Germany.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Lebanon, United States, November 2, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

October, 2005
  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Lebanon, United States, October 31, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Fluent Webinar: Virtual Cooling Audits: A Fundamental Design Service for Data Center Facilities
    Online Event, October 27, 2005

    Managers of data center facilities, engineers, designers, or anyone else responsible for data center thermal management and equipment layout should attend this webinar to learn how they can benefit from the use of airflow modeling to perform virtual cooling audits of their facilities using a new service from Fluent Inc. named CoolSim.

  • Advanced Training in FLUENT
    Course, Lebanon, United States, October 24, 2005

    This course is intended for experienced users of FLUENT v6 who are interested in more in-depth instruction on specific topics. Users may sign up for one or more days of instruction. Courses will consist of both lecture and hands-on examples.

  • Advanced Thermal Modeling Course
    Course, Icepak, Ann Arbor, United States, October 24, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Flight Experiments for Hypersonic Vehicle Developmend - RTO Lecture Series
    Course, Chaussee de Waterloo 72, B-1640 Rhode-St-Genese, Belgium, October 24, 2005

    This VKI/RTO Lecture Series will present the perspectives of international experts on past, present, and future flight experiment.

  • FLUENT Forum 2005
    User Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, October 20, 2005

    COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS - The innovation meeting - October 20th, 2005

  • Fluent Webinar: Morpher Based Shape Optimization for CFD Applications
    Online Event, October 20, 2005

    This webinar features step-by-step instruction showing how to carry out a morpher based shape optimization exercise for CFD analysis. Industry experts will present several shape optimization scenarios involving real-world applications.

  • 2nd Symposium on Advanced Turbulence Modeling for Industrial CFD
    Conference, Guarapari, Brazil, October 19, 2005

    The purpose of this symposium is to bring together researchers in the field of Turbulence Modeling to evaluate recent progresses, anticipate future modeling requirements and preview future research directions. Emphasis will be given to applications and solution of Industrial Problems. Authors are invited to participate in this event to expand international cooperation, understanding and dissemination of recent advances in the general area of Turbulence Modeling.

  • Fluent CFD Forum 2005
    User Conference, Bad Nauheim, Germany, October 19, 2005



  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Lebanon, United States, October 17, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Fluent Inc., Ann Arbor, United States, October 17, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to Airpak
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, October 17, 2005

    The training course is a combination of lectures with discussion and hands-on exercises to introduce the student to the basics of using Airpak, to familiarize the student with the user-interface, and also to begin a mutually beneficial partnership.

  • Introduction to Airpak
    Course, Fluent Inc., Atlanta, United States, October 17, 2005

    The training course is a combination of lectures with discussion and hands-on exercises to introduce the student to the basics of using Airpak, to familiarize the student with the user-interface, and also to begin a mutually beneficial partnership.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Santa Clara, United States, October 17, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Forum CFD Fluent 2005
    User Conference, PARIS, France, October 13, 2005



  • Fluent Webinar: FloWizard 2 for University Users
    Online Event, October 13, 2005

    This webinar will inform the audience about the core capabilities of Fluent’s newest CFD tool, FloWizard. FloWizard is a rapid flow modeling CFD tool, meaning it is designed from top to bottom for obtaining flow solutions in an expedient fashion.

  • Fluent France Forum
    User Conference, "le Tapis Rouge", PARIS, France, October 13, 2005

    The 12nd edition of the Fluent Forum France was held on October 13, 2005 to "le tapis rouge" in Paris. More than 300 participants answered our invitation, instituting this day like event CFD of the year: industrialists and academics, partners, press and association could contribute to exchanges on the evolutions of the engineering of virtual calculation.


  • Course, Paris, France, October 12, 2005



  • Advanced Training in FLUENT
    Course, Houston, United States, October 12, 2005

    This course is intended for experienced users of FLUENT v6 who are interested in more in-depth instruction on specific topics. Users may sign up for one or more days of instruction. Courses will consist of both lecture and hands-on examples.

  • Introduction to Measurement Techniques
    Course, Chaussee de Waterloo 72, B-1640 Rhode-St-Genese, Belgium, October 10, 2005

    The objective of this course is to provide young engineers with a broad overview of traditional and advanced measurement techniques applicable to fluid dynamics.

  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Houston, United States, October 10, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Austin, United States, October 10, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Integrating the FlowLab Virtual Fluids Laboratory into Engineering Curriculum
    Online Event, October 6, 2005

    This webinar will inform the audience about the core capabilities of Fluent’s virtual fluids laboratory, FlowLab. Case studies will be reviewed to highlight how this student- friendly CFD tool has been used at the University of Iowa, at Penn State University, and by other North American universities.

  • Forum FLUENT 2005
    User Conference, Madrid, Spain, October 6, 2005



  • TCN CAE 2005
    Conference, Lecce, Lecce, Italy, October 5, 2005

    International Conference on CAE and Computational Technologies. The TCN-CAE 2005 event is an end-user-oriented conference in the fields of industrial design innovation and production process optimization. Researchers, experts from industry, and recognized speakers will highlight value and benefits arising from the application of the most-advanced CAE technologies.

  • EUA4X Project Event 09 - EUA4X Annual Conference
    Conference, Convento di San Domenico, Lecce, Italy, October 5, 2005

    The aim of the EUA4X 2005 Annual Conference is to provide a forum for the discussion of the latest developments of computational technologies for industry and to broaden their application to many other computation-oriented areas. The EUA4X 2005 Annual Conference will be hosted by the International Conference on CAE and Computational Technologies for Industry TCN CAE 2005.

  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Lebanon, United States, October 3, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • EUA4X Project Event 08 - Training Course: State-of-the-art in Numerical Grid Generation: From Theory to Practice
    Course, University of Lecce / Convento di San Domenico, Lecce, Italy, October 3, 2005

    The basic aim of the course is to provide a state of the art in numerical grid generation. Ranging from theoretical to application approaches the method overview deals with effective solutions of domain discretization problems occuring in computational field simulations. 20 EU fellowships are offered to young participants to attend the conference.

  • Introductory course ICEM CFD/AI*Env
    Course, Oslo, Norway, October 3, 2005

    Introductory course: ICEM CFD/AI*Env advanced meshing for CFD and FEA

  • 8th Numerical Towing Tank Symposium
    Conference, seaside hotel, Varna, Bulgaria, October 2, 2005

    Nonlinear flows around marine structures (LES, RANSE, Euler with or w/o free surface) Free-surface flows around marine structures (3-d seakeeping, free-surface viscous flows) Related topics (validation experiments, numerical techniques, grid generation, etc)

September, 2005
  • Solving Ocean Engineering Problems Using Computational Fluid Dynamics
    Online Event, September 29, 2005

    During this one hour online session we will demonstrate how flow modeling software can be used to complement your organization's existing methods and tools in order to meet the demanding needs of naval/ocean engineering applications.

  • Shape Optimization of CFD Applications
    Course, Fluent Training Center, Ann Arbor, United States, September 27, 2005

    This course, which will be held, Tuesday, Sept. 27, is designed to teach FLUENT users how to conduct shape optimization of CFD applications.

  • Gain the Competitive Edge in Motorsports with CFD Simulation
    Online Event, September 27, 2005

    This free webinar is intended to highlight relevant advanced modeling in the areas of fan design, realistic fan-system interactions, more realistic fan modeling approaches and discussion of possible ways to predict fan noise.

  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Santa Clara, United States, September 26, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, September 26, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Lebanon, United States, September 26, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • iTi Conference on Turbulence 2005
    Conference, Bad Zwischenahn, Germany, September 25, 2005

    The objectives of this conference are comprising basic research as well as research related to application. Therefore, both engineers and physicists working in the field of turbulence are invited to join the conference. The invited speakers are presenting their contributions in fields of experimental, numerical, and theoretical research. Discussed topics are, for example, thermal convection, boundary layer at large Reynolds numbers, isotropic turbulence, numerical simulations, and related subjects ...

  • Fluent UK User Group Meeting 2005
    User Conference, Hilton Hotel, Warwick, United Kingdom, September 22, 2005

    Fluent Europe Limited warmly invites its commercial software users to the Fluent 2005 UK User Group Meeting, which takes place on 22 & 23 September at the Hilton Hotel in Warwick.

  • Performance-Driven Advanced Cooling Systems: A Primer for Thermal Solution Analysts and Designers
    Online Event, September 22, 2005

    This free webinar is intended to highlight relevant advanced modeling in the areas of fan design, realistic fan-system interactions, more realistic fan modeling approaches and discussion of possible ways to predict fan noise.

  • Fluid Mechanics and CFD Review Course by Fluent
    Course, Fluent Inc., Lebanon, United States, September 21, 2005

    This two and a half-day course is intended for those users who are new to CFD and who need an introduction (or re- introduction) to fluid mechanics, heat transfer and computational fluid dynamics. The goal is to make you more successful at CFD by having a more thorough knowledge of the underlying physics and numerical techniques in our software.

  • Introduction to FLUENT
    Course, Fluent Inc., Ann Arbor, United States, September 19, 2005

    This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course.

  • Introduction to Icepak
    Course, Fluent Inc., Santa Clara, United States, September 19, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Fluent Scandinavia User Group Meeting 2005
    User Conference, Scandic Crown Hotel , Polhemsplatsen 3, Gothenburg, Sweden, September 19, 2005

    Welcome to the Fluent Sweden Scandinavian User Group Meeting 2005, which take place on the 19-20 of September at the Scandic Crown, Polhemsplatsen in Gothenburg.

  • Advanced Thermal Modeling Course
    Course, Icepak, Austin, United States, September 15, 2005

    This is a one-day advanced course that deals with advanced thermal systems and concepts. It includes modeling of PCBs, IC packages, interface resistances, altitude effects, radiation, heat pipes, joule heating, thermoelectric coolers, transformers, cold plates, baffles, wall effects, and external heaters/coolers.

  • Fluent Presents: Ask the Experts Online Forum: User-Defined Functions
    Online Event, September 14, 2005

    Our panel of flow modeling experts will be available via an online forum to answer your questions concerning user-defined functions (UDFs), Wednesday, September 14 from 2-3 p.m.

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