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See and learn how you can significantly improve turbomachinery performances, cut costs and save time in turbo design thanks to our unique, state-of-the-art FINE™/Turbo and FINE™/Design3D software.

An overview of FINE™/Turbo and FINE™/Design capabilities and benefits for simulation in turbomachinery design will be presented by a Numeca International expert. We will show you how the latest advancements in CFD make this technology highly accessible for any company in need of cost- and time-efficient design solutions.

Moreover you will attend live demonstrations with FINE™/Turbo and have the possibility to experience automated simulations during hands-on exercises.


What will you learn from the Seminar?

  • Learn about the latest advancements in CFD for turbomachinery
  • Discover the full capabilities of our software solutions and how they can benefit your designs
  • Demonstration of a complex optimization
  • Run CFD simulations on the Cloud and get high-accuracy results in minimum time thanks to FINE™/Turbo (please bring your laptop)

This workshop is organized by NUMECA International in cooperation with NumIbérica.

Detailed agenda and confirmed location to be provided shortly.

The seminar is free of charge and will be in Spanish.  


Don’t miss out! Registration is free but mandatory and space is limited.


Date: March 6th, 2019 - from 9:30h to 14:30h

Venue: Madrid - exact location to be confirmed



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Rémi Lestriez

Rémi graduated in Mechanical Engineering and Hydraulics (MSc) from French National Engineering schools in Marseille and Toulouse (France). He has about 20 years of experience in CFD applied for turbomachinery and is now a CFD consultant based in Madrid (Spain) ; his company NumIberica is the official distributor of NUMECA software for Spain and Portugal, with main focus on HVAC and wind energy applications. Thanks to his industrial background in hydro machinery, Rémi is also NUMECA expert and representative for Hydropower applications worldwide.


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