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Purpose of this forum?
Posted Wed July 11, 2001 @08:49AM
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CFD Review Philip Jones writes "I read cfd-online and Usenet, then this forum appears. Looking at it, there are 101 registered users and in the current postings there is only one reply and the vast majority of postings are from the owner of the site: and most of these are just the news from other CFD sites. Do people want this forum, if so what should it do and how? The format is very nice but if it is not a forum and just a soapbox for an individual we may as well all go home and leave it to die.

Come on, lets get one article with a few replies and see what the water feels like!"

A very good point - read my reply below.

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FTP Hosting Service Targets Engineering Users
Posted Mon July 09, 2001 @06:40PM
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News Norlight Telecommunications has added a FTP hosting service which is targeted for engineering use.
"Norlight maintains the hardware and software and the connection to the Internet, giving customers a cost-effective method of sharing large data files with business partners and clients." Wojnowiak said the FTP Hosting service is ideal for CAD drawings, architectural blueprints, graphics files or any other large files that cannot be efficiently shared via e-mail or Web site access.

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Sign of the Times at SGI
Posted Mon July 09, 2001 @08:09AM
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Hardware In yet another indicator of the troubles at SGI, http://reality.sgi.com, a web server for SGI employees and their families, is being turned off August 15, 2001 after 7 years of operation.

It's too bad because this used to be a place to get games, source code, and irix tips from the great people who worked at SGI.

[Update] SGI announced that they have lost their President and CFO Hal Covert (term of office: two months) and that they will be reviewing their business plans after a disappointing fiscal quarter.

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Navier-Stokes solver Demo Available...
Posted Mon July 09, 2001 @07:59AM
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Solver Maciej Matyka writes "Demo of Fluidv1.0 Windows edition (NT,2000,98,ME) Navier-Stokes, incompressible fluid solver available at http://panoramix.ift.uni.wroc.pl/~maq Any comments? // maq"

Anybody want to try it out and give us some feedback?

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Invite a Colleague to Join CFD Review
Posted Sat July 07, 2001 @10:51AM
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CFD Review We already have over 100 registered users on this site, but we want more! If you find this site useful, take a minute to invite a colleague to CFD Review with our easy-to-use invitation form.

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AEA Enhances CFX Community Web Site
Posted Fri July 06, 2001 @06:34PM
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ANSYS CFX The AEA Technology CFX Community web site has a new look and enhanced sections for software issues and FAQ's.
The community website provides users of CFX products and services with up to the minute technical information on our software, plus background news on current CFX developments.
Note: You must license CFX in order to access the community site.

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