Fluid Mechanics Webinars

Fluid Mechanics Webinar Series from TSI

TSI Incorporated is pleased to  offer  an ongoing series of webinars related to fluid mechanics.  Presented by TSI experts from across the globe, these webinars will cover a wide range of topics for beginners, intermediate, and advance level fluid mechanics researchers.  If you are interested in knowing more about the measurement techniques and solutions available;  seeking a quick tutorial on how to optimize your system to get reliable data; or simply want to know more about the fascinating fluid flow studies TSI's trusted instruments are used in (everything from fundamental flow studies to environmental to biomedical),  be sure to sign up for one or all of the webinars in this informative series! 

The webinars take place every month at 9 am Central time and are free to attend.  If you are interested in attending, simply fill out the form, choose the talks you are interested in, and select ‘Submit’. We will send you webinar connection information a day or two before the presentation. 

Each webinar will last approximately 45 minutes with an optional 15 minute questions and answer period at the end.

 

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November 12

 

 
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Webinar Presentation Times:  

The Fluid Mechanics Webinars take place at 9 am Central time.  If you are unable to attend at this date/time, we encourage you to still register and we will send you a recording of the presentation.

Asia Pacific Fluid Mechanics Webinar Series

TSI's Fluid Mechanics experts based in the Asia Pacific region will also be conducting similar webinars at times convenient for those living in this region.  for more information and to register, click here.

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