We are thrilled to announce the speakers for the 2018 FLOW-3D European Users Conference; their topics and breadth of experience promise an exciting and informative conference. In addition to the work presented by our customers, our senior technical staff members will present current and upcoming developments for the FLOW-3D product family.
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The 2018 FLOW-3D European Users Conference will be held at Le Méridien Stuttgart Hotel in Stuttgart, Germany on May 14 – 16, 2018. The conference will be co-hosted by Flow Science Deutschland. We welcome FLOW-3D and FLOW-3D CAST users and those interested in learning more about the software to attend the conference. The call for abstracts closes March 30.
Our FLOW-3D workshops are designed to deliver focused, hands-on, yet wide-ranging instruction that will leave you with a thorough understanding of how FLOW-3D is used in key water infrastructure industries. This one-day class is comprehensive yet accessible for engineers new to CFD methods. Workshop attendees receive a 30-day trial license of FLOW-3D to further explore and consolidate their gains.
In this webinar series, we will be reviewing the setup for various types of applications commonly used in the water and environmental field. These webinars will cover a range of basic and advanced topics that will be of interest to both new and experienced FLOW-3D users. From an overview of setting up free-surface flow problems to tailing analysis, Water and Environmental Applications Engineer, Brian Fox, will lead this monthly webinar series.
Advanced research and case studies will be presented at the 2017 FLOW-3D Asia Users Conference in Tokyo on October 27. Contributors include distinguished speakers from Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Nihon University, Fujikura Ltd., Aisin Takaoka Co., Ltd., Asahi Tec Corporation, National United University, and Tekken Corporation.
For the fifth year in a row, Flow Science is a proud sponsor of the annual Santa Fe Expanding Your Horizons C-STEM event. The event will be held Saturday, October 21, 2017 at the Santa Fe Community College and is open to girls in grades 5-8. The Santa Fe EYH Conference is presented by the New Mexico Network for Women in Science & Engineering and the American Association of University Women-Santa Fe.
We are pleased to announce the presenters for the 2017 FLOW-3D Americas Users Conference; their topics and breadth of experience promise an exciting and informative conference. This year’s keynote address will be delivered by Professor Edward Furlani, University at Buffalo, Suny. Professor Furlani will be sharing his extensive and innovative research with FLOW-3D in his talk: Multiphysics CFD: Challenges and Applications.
The 2017 FLOW-3D Americas Users Conference will be held at the Hotel Santa Fe, September 19-21, 2017 in Santa Fe, NM. Advance your simulation skills through training with technical support engineers, user collaborations, and presentations exploring new modeling approaches and the latest FLOW-3D developments. We invite you to join the community of FLOW-3D users from all over the Americas for this annual event.
In conjunction with NADCA’s 2017 Die Casting Congress & Tabletop, Flow Science is offering a ½ day hands-on metal casting simulation workshop on September 18. The workshop registration includes a free 30-day trial of FLOW-3D CAST. This workshop will guide attendees through setting up and analyzing a High Pressure Die Casting (HPDC) simulation using FLOW-3D CAST. Special emphasis will be on filling and solidification sub-processes while some aspects of thermal die cycling and cooling simulations will also be covered.
The High Pressure Die Casting Webinar Series is now available to watch on-demand. In this three-part webinar series, you will learn how to simulate the entire HPDC process using FLOW-3D CAST. We will also demonstrate the power of the new process-oriented workspace that implements the necessary physical models and numerical defaults while setting up the stages of thermal die cycling, filling, solidification and cooling.