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New Software: RapidCFD - Open Source CFD for the GPU
Posted Tue March 31, 2015 @05:36PM
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Open Source After weeks of hard work by the RapidCFD team, the OpenFOAM® solvers are now able to run on NVIDIA CUDA®.

The computation is done entirely on the GPU with no need to copy data during calculation between CPU and GPU.

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Events: Addressing Scale Up Challenges in the Pharma, Biotech & Chemical Process Industries
Posted Tue March 31, 2015 @01:23PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Addressing Scale Up Challenges in the Pharma, Biotech & Chemical Process Industries on April 14, 2015 at the Wilton Centre, Redcar, UK.

The pharmaceutical and chemical process industries face many challenges, such as the rising costs of raw material and the need to develop processes and innovative products that meet safety regulation and performance demands. As the complexity of these operations continues to increase, poor scale-up designs lead to incrementally lower production yield, higher material cost, and a reduced bottom-line.

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Events: Thermal Die Cycling Analysis Webinar
Posted Wed March 25, 2015 @09:15PM
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Announcements Flow Science will host a webinar on Thermal Die Cycling Analysis on March 31st.

This webinar will cover the basics of how to use a thermal die cycle analysis in FLOW-3D Cast to improve the thermal design of your die since the locations and strengths of cooling channels can greatly affect part quality.

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Application: Computer Simulation Improves Offshore Drill Rig Safety
Posted Tue March 24, 2015 @09:23PM
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Application Los Alamos National Laboratory mechanical and thermal engineering researchersí efforts to solve the complex problem of how ocean currents affect the infrastructure of floating oilrigs and their computational fluid dynamics (CFD) numerical simulations received recognition from ANSYS Inc., a company that provides computer-based engineering simulation capabilities.

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