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Events: Pump Design Powered by the Cloud
Posted Tue October 19, 2021 @01:54PM
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Announcements Simscale will host Pump Design Powered by the Cloud on November 4th at 5pm CEST / 11am EST.

Join the webinar to see how Hazleton Pumps produces better pump designs faster with SimScale’s power of the cloud. Ben Van Der Walt, Engineering Manager at Hazleton Pumps, will discuss the benefits of having fast, accurate, and versatile engineering simulation accessible across the enterprise and throughout the product life cycle.

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Events: Basics of CFD in 8 Weeks – Free Online Course
Posted Fri October 08, 2021 @02:04PM
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Announcements Learn the basics of CFD in eight classes across eight weeks and gain hands-on experience using commercial, flow-simulation software!

Take part in each course unit (approx. 45 minutes per class) from your own computer and familiarize yourself with using the CFD software in between course sessions. In order to participate in the CFD online course, you will receive a free student license for Cadence Omnis™, which you can use for your academic projects at will.

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Events: TURBOdesign Suite 2021R2 New Features
Posted Mon October 04, 2021 @01:24PM
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Announcements Register for ADT's Webinar on TURBOdesign Suite 2021R2 Release to be held Thursday, October 14th at 9 AM and 4 PM BST.

A major theme of 2021R1 release was the release of the new robust solver for TURBOdesign1. Initially released for full bladed configuration in ideal gas, the robust solver is now extended to splitters and real gas applications.

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Business: SimScale and Simerics Announce Strategic Partnership
Posted Thu September 09, 2021 @08:55PM
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News SimScale, the maker of the world’s first cloud-native platform for engineering simulation, announced today the release of the latest technology investments to make simulation more accessible to the turbomachinery and industrial equipment industries.

Engineers can now access Simerics-MP technology in the cloud through the SimScale engineering simulation platform. This integration provides engineers with the accessibility of SimScale and the power of Simerics, providing new modern workflows that save thousands of dollars in CFD model setup, hardware upgrade and maintenance, and waiting times.

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Amazon Introduces 33% Larger Compute Instances
Posted Tue September 07, 2021 @09:43AM
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News In a boost for compute intensive (CFD) Amazon Web Services users, Amazon has introduced EC2 M6i instances with up to 128 CPUs and 512 GiB of memory.

M6i instances are powered by 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and deliver up to 15% better price performance compared to M5 instances.

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Application: Simulation Shows Athletes Face Dangerous Conditions at Tokyo Games
Posted Mon August 23, 2021 @06:36PM
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Application A new simulation showing the impact of the heat and humidity in the Tokyo Stadium has highlighted the dangerous conditions facing athletes, risking heatstroke, dehydration and exhaustion, at the hottest Games on record.

Engineers at Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division, whose simulation software is used by manufacturers such as Airbus, Toyota, and Samsung, simulated the effects of the hot, humid conditions on a male athlete competing in the 10,000m race (the longest stadium-based track race). Despite the race taking place after sunset, the simulations show athletes still face gruelling conditions.

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