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  • Updated PolymerFEM website

    As you can see, I just updated the PolymerFEM.com website to a new style. It will likely take me a few days to update everything again, but the Forums page is still active

    Feel free to check it out.

    -Jorgen

    • ryoung
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      ryoung commented
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      any idea when the experimental data will be back up?

    • Jorgen
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      Jorgen commented
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      I will add the experimental data section again as soon as I get the time. Unfortunately I have been *very* busy with my day time work the last few months.

      Is there anyone out there that is interested in a cool FE job in Boston? I am currently looking to hire someone...

    • IceBreaker
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      IceBreaker commented
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      I truly appreciate this amazing platform and your prompt responses. Once I am up and running with my knowledge and models, I promise, I will help others on this forum.
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