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Old   June 24, 2001, 14:59
Default Short courses on Finite Volume Methods
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We would like to bring to your attention the following two Short Courses on:

Course 1. Finite Volume Methods for Free-Surface Shallow Flows.

With Applications to Environmental Problems.

Place: San Francisco, USA Date: 12 - 15 November 2001 Lecturer: Professor E. F. Toro Organisers: Numeritek Limited UK

Course 2. Finite Volume Methods for Compressible Flow.

Place: San Francisco, USA Date: 19 - 22 November 2001 Lecturer: Professor E. F. Toro Organisers: Numeritek Limited UK

COST per course: Academics 660, Others 1300 There will be a 10% reduction if registered before 31st August 2001.

FURTHER DETAILS on the course are available on http://www.numeritek.com Please send inquiries to: courses@numeritek.com

Course Organisers Numeritek Limited, UK
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