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Fluent Announces Remote Simulation Facility
Posted Wed August 21, 2002 @01:25PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent has announced the general availability of its Remote Simulation Facility (RSF). The Fluent Remote Simulation Facility lets users exploit supercomputer capacity using "pay as you go" methods through a highly secure Internet portal.

The Fluent RSF is specifically designed to handle highly parallel simulations, often characterized by large volumes of sensitive customer data, over the Internet. It is optimized for large-scale simulations and/or the concurrent execution of many simulations, such as those found in sensitivity analysis or optimization. The facility uses state-of-the-art security and systems infrastructure technology from providers including Cisco, Sun, SGI, and Hewlett Packard. This service is ideal for Fluent CFD users who require occasional "surge" capacity for time-critical simulations, or periodic simulations of large models.

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New Software: New Engineering Tools
Posted Wed August 21, 2002 @08:41AM
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News Engineering Software is proud to announce that it has developed new engineering tools that quickly, easily and reliably calculate thermodynamic and transport properties of gaseous, liquid and solid species, contain coefficients for the calculation of physical properties (the user has the capability to use the coefficients to carry out independent engineering calculations involving physical properties of various species), carry out steam approximations for both saturated and superheated areas and analyze power cycles, power cycle components/processes and compressible flow.

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STAR-Works Reviewed
Posted Tue August 20, 2002 @09:27AM
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CD-adapco CADSERVER has posted a review of the STAR-Works package from the CD Adapco Group.

As the name implies, STAR-Works combines the best in class features of STAR-CD and SolidWorks. It aims to meet the demand of engineers for a single CAD and CFD solution to speed product development, cut costs and improve product quality.

CD Adapco has made some advances since I last saw StarCD, but in all honesty, it still has a long way to go before it will see the majority of SolidWorks users becoming interested. But perhaps this is isn't there real aim. At present, Star-Works is a fantastic way for an analyst to take SolidWorks data, and prepare it for use within StarCD.

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Help: combustion modeling
Posted Thu August 15, 2002 @04:09PM
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Help Desk amit writes "I am in search of some mathematical model to predict temperature distribution in the combustion chamber of a boiler. Please help me in this."

Does anyone have any suggestions to help get him started?

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Ask CFX About CFD Development
Posted Thu August 15, 2002 @01:18PM
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ANSYS CFX Have you ever wanted to ask a commercial CFD software vendor how they choose features for their codes? What their development environment is like? Or, how many people it takes to develop a commerical quality CFD code? Here is your chance!

Dr. Michael Raw, Vice President of Product Development for CFX, has agreed to answer 10 of the best questions submitted to this thread. Valid questions range from numerical modeling to commerical software development and planning.

Dr. Raw is one of the original authors of the CFX series of CFD solvers and has been working on commercial CFD for 15+ years. He has worked extensively in both structured and unstructured flow solver development.

So post your questions and we'll send off the best ones for Dr. Raw's reply which will be posted here when complete.

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Events: New Series of Live Web Demonstrations
Posted Thu August 15, 2002 @01:16PM
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ANSYS CFX CFX is offering a new series of live CFD events. Available right from your desktop they feature case studies and/or live product demonstrations. Knowledgeable presenters can stop and demonstrate answers to your questions right on the spot. Dates and topics currently available:

CFX-5 Live! August 22 or September 19, 2 pm EDT

CFX for Coal Power Generation August 27 or September 26, 2 pm EDT

Introduction to CFX-BladeGen September 4 at 2 pm EDT

CFX for Free Surface Flows September 12 or 25, 2 pm EDT

For more information and to register visit http://www.software.aeat.com/cfx/seminars/e-vent.a sp. Due to audio limitations, these events are only currently available in North America.

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