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Thermal & Fluid Course Updated for Excel 2007

The next public offering of the short course "Thermal & Fluid Systems Modeling with Excel/VBA" will be offered June 16-18, 2009 in Beltsville, MD. The course has been completely updated for Excel 2007 while retaining all information for previous versions. An index of topics and a set of sample slides can be accessed at: Isotherm Technologies: Training. To see a full description of the course and register to attend, visit the ATI website at: Thermal & Fluid Systems Modeling course

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Thermal & Fluid Systems Modeling Course

The next public offering of the course "Thermal & Fluid Systems Modeling with Excel/VBA" has been scheduled for June 16-18, 2009 in Beltsville, MD. This expanded 3-day course if for engineers, scientists, and others interested in developing custom thermal and fluid models using Excel and its built in programming language, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). For more information on the course, or to register for the next offering, visit: www.aticourses.com

If you are interested in bringing the course onsite, or would like to suggest a location or date for another public offering, please send an email to info@isothermtech.com. Online votes received so far indicate Boston, Northern CA, Las Vegas, and Austin as potential public course locations.

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Excel/VBA Course Slots Open

There are still some open slots available for the public offering of the 2-day short course "Thermal & Fluid Systems Modeling with Excel/VBA" scheduled for Nov 18-19, 2008 in Beltsville, MD. An index of topics covered in the course can be downloaded from: Isotherm Technologies:Resources

For more information, or to register for the course, visit:
http://www.aticourses.com/thermal_fluid_systems_modeling.htm.

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Excel/VBA Thermal & Fluid Course

A public offering of the short course "Thermal & Fluid Systems Modeling with Excel/VBA" is scheduled for Nov 18-19, 2008 in Beltsville, MD. The course covers principles and practices for creating integrated models using Excel and its built-in programming environment, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Participants will acquire the knowledge and methods to create custom thermal & fluid system models for analyzing conceptual designs, performing system trades, simulating performance, and optimizing system performance with Excel/VBA. For more information, or to register for the course, visit: http://www.aticourses.com/thermal_fluid_systems_modeling.htm.

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