|Are you interested in learning how to generate good grids in the shortest possible time? If so, you are invited to attend a free two-day Gridgen training course.|
|Date:||August 23, 2005 - August 24, 2005|
|Location:||9401 General Drive, Suite #131, Plymouth, MI, United States|
|Special Fields:||Grid Generation, CAD/CFD Integration|
|Deadlines:||August 17, 2005 (registration)|
|Type of Event:||Seminar, Local|
Are you interested in learning how to generate good grids in the shortest possible time? If so, you are invited to attend a free two-day Gridgen training course.
August 23-24, 2005 in the Detroit Office of CD-adapco 9401 General Drive, Suite #131 Plymouth, MI 48170
You will learn the best approaches to many common meshing challenges and become familiar with the use of Gridgen. Come to Gridgen Training to learn about the latest features you can use to make your job easier. If you are not currently a user and are considering licensing Gridgen, come to training to see for yourself how Gridgen can accelerate your projects.
Gridgen training courses are composed of both lecture and hands-on sessions. A notebook containing the lectures notes and tutorials is provided to each attendee.
Training starts with an overview of Gridgen terminology, the GUI components, and Gridgen's Help features. This is followed by a discussion of 2D structured and unstructured grid construction. The afternoon session expands the discussion to the construction of 3D structured grids and also includes an intensive look at the tools available in Gridgen to control grid point distribution.
The second day moves onto 3D unstructured grids and then the suite of diagnostic tools available to examine and confirm the high quality of meshes created with Gridgen. Extrusion of structured and unstructured grids is also discussed. The seminar concludes with an examination of Gridgen's extensive hybrid grid generation capability.
Space is limited, so register now at www.pointwise.com/support/register.shtml.
|Event record first posted on July 25, 2005, last modified on July 26, 2005|