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STAR-CDís Expert Systems drive engine design
Posted Thu January 24, 2002 @10:28AM
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News The CD adapco Group, developer of the leading CFD software STAR-CD, has released the latest productivity tool in its range of Expert System programs. The new product, called "esIce", automates the sophisticated moving mesh technology required for engine simulation.

The esIce tool produces an automatically meshed parameterised template, which can be altered for specific engine configurations. The idea is to empower engineers as never before to achieve rapid, accurate CFD analysis of internal combustion engines of all types.

Steve MacDonald, chief executive of the CD adapco Group said: "CFD is entering a new phase. Our clients want technology built into tools that are customised to solve particular engineering problems. Our Expert System tool, esIce, is the fruit of hundreds of man-years experience of engine simulation. This breakthrough will enable engineers quickly to evaluate and optimise new internal combustion engine designs".

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