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February 8, 2012 - SolidProfessor, a SolidWorks Solution Partner focused on delivering the very best self-paced SolidWorks learning and productivity resources, announces a new Inbox Learning Series on SolidWorks Flow Simulation.
SolidProfessor’s Inbox Learning Series provides a way to learn
SolidWorks functions in just a few minutes per day by having lessons emailed directly to those who sign up. The SolidWorks Flow Simulation series is free to sign up. The series includes 10 lessons that are delivered via email over the course of 10 days, and cover the requisite theory of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), and how
SolidWorks Flow Simulation software behaves.
Jason Wright, Product Manager for SolidProfessor comments, “We have always known that it can be difficult to set aside extended time for learning when workdays for most people are already so busy. We developed the Inbox Learning Series to provide a convenient way to help SolidWorks users continually build new skills in just a few minutes per day. With over 1,200 signups within the first day of the series being announced, we are excited to see such a positive response in such a short amount of time.”
The Inbox Learning Series for SolidWorks Flow Simulation steps users through a complete example of a fluid flow study, and offers a glimpse into what users can expect from SolidProfessor’s full
Flow Simulation course. Topics in the Inbox Learning series include: Introduction to CFD, Theoretical Background, Assumptions, Flow Study Wizard, Boundary Conditions, Engineering Goals, Equation Goals, and Analyzing Results.
To sign up for the Inbox Learning Series, please visit:
SolidProfessor is a SolidWorks Solution Partner 100% focused on creating the very best on-demand skills development resources for SolidWorks CAD software. The mission of SolidProfessor is to provide the highest quality self-paced resources for all levels of SolidWorks users worldwide. SolidProfessor products may be ordered direct, or from most SolidWorks Value Added Resellers. For more information, please visit