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BRN Adds Web-Based Evaluation Tool
Posted Tue January 29, 2002 @06:19PM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics has employed WebEx® web-based collaboration technology to facilitate the evaluation of its CFD software by potential customers as well as to enhance its support capabilities with current customers.

The technology allows BRN sales engineers to bring demos of their CFdesign software directly to the customer's desktops. Customer support will be greatly enhanced by the feature as well.

“Web-based collaboration tools really enhance the customer support experience,” says Jim Span, vice president of Marketing at Blue Ridge Numerics. “Instead of simply talking a customer through a problem over the phone, our customer support engineers remotely drive the CFdesign software installed on the customer’s desktop PC or network. It really enhances the learning process by letting the user visually see how their problems are resolved.”

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SGI Introduces New Visual Workstation
Posted Tue January 29, 2002 @06:04PM
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Hardware SGI has introduced a new visual workstation aimed at desktop applications. The Silicon Graphics Fuel visual workstation is a blend of technology designed to offer a good price/performance value for a desktop machine.

The machine comes with the new R14000A MIPS processor at 500 or 600 MHz and VProTM V10 or V12 graphics. While raw processor speed lags today's hottest PCs, the high-bandwidth architecture and strong graphics performance make this a nice visual workstation.

The introductory price for the system is $11,495 US.

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Events: Fluent Offers Free Biomedical Seminar
Posted Tue January 29, 2002 @06:00PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent will be offering a FREE Biomedical Seminar on March 26, 2002 in their Santa Clara, CA office.

This seminar will show how you can revolutionize your design process with Fluent's computational fluid dynamics software. You'll gain valuable insight and save time and money by using CFD to evaluate and optimize your designs before building a prototype.

Applications include: manufacturing equipment design, manufacturing process analysis, and device designs, including blood handling equipment, catheters, filters, needles, stents, valves and many others.

The seminar will include a technical overview, examples, a live demo and hands-on exercises. Register online now at bioteam@fluent.com. More details can be found at: http://www.fluent.com/solutions/biomedical/bio_seminar.pdf.

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EnSight Gold Selected as 2001 Top Ten Product
Posted Mon January 28, 2002 @06:50PM
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Post Processing CEI's EnSight Gold has been selected as one of the top 10 products of 2001 by IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications, a worldwide trade publication serving the computer graphics industry.

EnSight Gold is the high performance version of the company's post-processor EnSight. EnSight Gold is designed to take advantage of parallel processing and virtual reality environments, such as CAVEs, RAVEs, and ImmersaDesks.

The new features within EnSight Gold allow users to visualize datasets of a size barely imaginable just a few years ago.

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Events: CFDRC Offers Modeling Courses
Posted Mon January 28, 2002 @06:24PM
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ESI Group CFDRC is offering two application specific modeling courses.

Fuel Cell Multiphysics Course
February 12-13, 2002
Huntsville, AL
This course will discuss the Theory and Solution Strategies for current state-of-the-art modeling and simulation techniques for Fuel Cells and Fuel Reformers. Utilizing relevant examples from the industry, the instructors will demonstrate the value of simulations and discuss the assumptions made, along with their inherent limitations.

Biomedical Seminar
February 6, 2002
Anaheim, CA
This seminar will feature demonstrations of how the CFD-ACE+ software can be applied to biomedical device modeling. Sample cases of hybridization, microdispenser, lab-on-a-chip and system level simulation, as well as parametric simulations of DNA filtration chips will be shown.

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Events: SAE 2002 World Congress
Posted Thu January 24, 2002 @06:20PM
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Announcements The auto industry's big event, the SAE 2002 World Congress, is scheduled for March 4-7, 2002 at Cobo Center, Detroit, Michigan USA.
The SAE World Congress is the largest OE service, parts and components exhibition in the world. More than 1,000 suppliers and manufacturers, (300+ from outside of North America), special features for OEM personnel, technical tours, executive panels and outstanding networking opportunities make the SAE 2002 World Congress a "can't miss" event for everyone in the automotive industry.
For more information, visit the congress website.

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