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Default Webinar on Rapid Iterative CFD Analysis with OpenFOAM
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CADNexus invites you to preview a new solution for rapid iterative CFD design analysis.

From within a user friendly environment, generate multiple design configurations from your CAD models. Execute, manage, and post process simulations in a distributed computing environment. Results can be summarized and presented side by side for rapid decision making. Even better, the process can be easily customized by the user to fit their tools and workflow.

Join us while we demonstrate these exciting new applications that leverage the CADNexus technologies to make your life easier and give you a new reach !

Thu, May 30, 2013 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
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