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COSMOS/Flow Gains Solid Edge Certification
Posted Thu December 06, 2001 @06:05PM
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News COSMOS/Flow, the CFD package from Structural Research & Analysis Corp, has been certified for UGS' Solid Edge Version 10. Embedded in Solid Edge and featuring an easy to use Windows-native interface, COSMOS/Flow is fully associative with Solid Edge Version 10.
"The COSMOS/ suite of analysis products is perfect for Solid Edge users who need to perform stress, flow or electromagnetic simulation, but don't have the time to learn three different analysis programs. With COSMOS/ software, all analysis is done within the same easy to use interface, dramatically reducing the learning curve and speeding up productivity." says Suchit Jain, VP of Marketing for SRAC.

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ANSYS Launches CFD Pre-Processor
Posted Tue December 04, 2001 @03:14PM
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Grid Generation ANSYS has announced a new pre- and post-processing environment aimed at the mechanical engineering industry. AI*Environment combines the CFD pre-processing technology from ICEM CFD Engineering with ANSYS's simulation expertise.
"AI*Environment is a true leader in CAD-based meshing and post-processing technology to address the needs of mechanical engineers. This solution provides the state-of-the-art geometry, input, repair and meshing tools necessary to solve the most complex meshing issues," stated Michael Wheeler, vice president of marketing for ANSYS, Inc.

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CFX-5 Being Ported to HP Itanium
Posted Tue December 04, 2001 @11:13AM
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ANSYS CFX AEA Technology has announced that they will be porting their CFX-5 CFD software to HP's Intel Itanium platform. The work will be done for the HP-UXi 64-bit operating system.
“CFX sees great performance potential for this technology. HP is a leader in developing IA-64 with Intel and we expect that their support of HP-UX11i on their new Itanium platforms will give CFX customers a stable and very fast simulation platform for running CFX-5. In keeping with the advanced CFD technology employed in CFX-5, CFX wants to ensure that our customers can make use of this promising new computer architecture as soon as possible” commented Dr. Michael Raw, Vice President CFX Product Development.
The Intel Itanium processor is designed to scale to 512 processors and features 64-bit memory addressing which will enable engineers to tackle much large problems than possible on 32-bit machines.

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Fluent 6 Beta Testers Report Progress
Posted Mon December 03, 2001 @04:12PM
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ANSYS FLUENT In preparing for the upcoming release of FLUENT 6, Fluent has released the code for testing to a wide range of industrial users. Version 6 has major new capabilities and enhancements that expand the scope of CFD analysis.

Read the beta test reports at the FLUENT 6 site.

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FEATURE: How Multigrid Solver Acceleration Works
Posted Fri November 30, 2001 @05:59PM
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Solver We've got a new feature article cooked up on the multigrid acceleration method which is used by most of the commercial CFD codes today.
However, iterative solvers, while memory efficient, are notoriously slow. The multigrid acceleration technique speeds up iterative solvers tremendously allowing for realistic CFD models which otherwise would not be feasible on today's computers.
The article explains the pitfalls of iterative solvers and how the multigrid method achieves its remarkable results.

Read this article and others in the Features Section.

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Solid Modelling 2002
Posted Thu November 29, 2001 @09:50AM
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Announcements Solid Modelling 2002 Exhibition & Seminars
13 - 14 March 2002, National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham

The UK's dedicated CAD/CAM/CAE event now in its 4th successful year. See all the leading vendors under one roof with their newest releases. 70+ booths with top flight solutions ranging through - Modelling, Analysis, Visualisation, Prototyping, Internet and Project Management.

Past exhibitors include IBM/Catia, UGS, SolidWorks, Autodesk, Alias Wavefront, Think 3, MCS, Delcam, SDRC, VX Corporation, PTC, 3D Systems, SRAC etc. SM2002 exhibitor updates on web site from January 1st.

Seminars include an RPD day hosted by the IMechE/RPMA. Also a ‘Solid Modelling Justification’ day, featuring independent experts and end user companies, to help managers assess benefits available to them and explore issues of selection, implementation, cost justification, ROI etc. All supported by actual case studies showing how others have tackled the 2D to 3D Solids transition and what they'd do differently if they could begin afresh.

Tel: 0207 681 1000
Email: sm2002@edaltd.co.uk
www.solidmodelling.co.uk

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