Newsletter July 2004
are the latest news on FEFLOW, its further development and the upcoming
training courses and conferences:
5.1 is on the market for some months now. During that time a number of
minor bugs have been detected, both by our clients and by the WASY consulting
staff. All the bugs have been fixed within a very short time frame. So
you're always able to work with an up-to-date release. Download the latest
patch (currently 5.106) from our website:
results of the further development of FEFLOW have been shown at
our German user conference in Cologne in June.
A completely new OpenGL-based viewer (Windows only) can be used
to visualize model properties and results in 3D, including also
the export of video files and images.
Furthermore, FEFLOW is enabled to handle multi-component transport
allowing complex reactions between the different species. An option
for transient particle tracking is also being developed.
The beta testing phase for these new features will start in fall.
Clients with a valid maintenance contract can apply
for beta testing on our website now.
the second part of 2004 the following training courses will take place:
- FEFLOW Beginner
(German): 15 - 19 November
- FEFLOW Beginner
(English): 22 - 26 November
- FEFLOW Advanced
(German or English on demand): 27 - 29 September
- FEFLOW short course
(English): 17 September at the FEM_MODFLOW conference
in Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic)
For details and pricing,
at the FEM_MODFLOW conference
13 through 16 September 2004 experts of groundwater modeling will
come together in Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic) to exchange experiences
and present projects. WASY is one of the main sponsors of the conference.
We will give oral and poster presentations.
On 17th of September
2004 we offer a one-day course: "Introduction to FEM groundwater
modelling with FEFLOW".
information about the conference see
For details about our post-conference course see the flyer.
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