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  1. Hi All, Please do register for Altair Multiphysics Webinar series. Click here to register Best Regards, Kamlesh
  2. Dear all, Please do register for the webinar on September 27th, 2017 (Wednesday) at 11 AM Headlamp modeling in SimLab and CFD analysis using AcuSolve Register on the link below: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8360683504294244097 Regards, Kamlesh
  3. Join us on either April 5th/6th/11th 2017 Presenters: Harri Katajisto & André Mönicke, Componeering Inc. To get an overview to the new capabilities of ESAComp 4.6, sign-up here to join our free webinars: http://www.esacomp.com/webinars/live Python scripting for batch runs and for creating user extensions Enhanced panel analysis with shell modelled stiffeners Structural analysis of thick-walled pressure vessels with solid FE modelling from winding patterns imported from ComposicaD filament winding simulation For HyperWorks users, an integrated solution for pre- and post-processing of composite structures, allowing ply-by-ply investigation of failure modes using advanced failure criteria The webinar takes appr. 45 minutes including a Questions & Answers session at the end.
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