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Events: Aeroacoustics Workshop
Posted Fri August 23, 2002 @05:48PM
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CD-adapco

North American CFD workshop: Aeroacoustics
September 20th, Novi, MI, USA

As part of a series of upcoming CFD workshops being offered by CD-adapco; on September 20th, at 9.00 am you are invited to a 3 hour session on Aeroacoustics.

Aeroacoustics is a discipline generating significant interest today. The understanding of aeroacoustics phenomena, aimed ultimately towards noise suppression is important for reasons such as comfort, safety, avoiding component failure and meeting noise regulations.
The work shop will demonstrate how CFD can be used to reliably predict noise levels and help understand how to minimize it using the state-of-the-art modeling techniques available today.

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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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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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Business: Flow Science Announces Taiwan Associate
Posted Tue August 13, 2002 @01:41PM
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News Flow Science, Inc. announced it has entered into an agreement with HyperINFO Inc. for HyperINFO to sell Flow Sciences FLOW-3D computational fluid dynamics software in the Republic of China on Taiwan.

Flow Science, Inc. is a privately held software company specializing in high fidelity fluid dynamics modeling software for industrial and scientific applications worldwide. In addition to its new presence in Taiwan, Flow Science also has Associates for FLOW-3D in Japan, Germany, Korea, Finland, Norway, Italy, Spain & Portugal, Russia, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and Southeast Asia. Flow Science is located in Santa Fe, NM.

HyperINFO Inc. is a privately held Taiwanese company that also acts as a distributor/reseller for a variety of CAD/CAM/CAE products. HyperINFO Inc. is based in Taipei, Taiwan.

For information, contact Ms. Rena Coby-Madrid at (505) 982-0088 or rena@flow3d.com or Mr. Cha Hung Su at 02 29025368 or hyper.info@msa.hinet.net.

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New Software: ICEM Announces Cart3D Flow Solver
Posted Mon August 12, 2002 @04:53PM
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News ICEM CFD, a subsidiary of ANSYS, has announced that they will release a commercial version of CART3D. ICEM recently acquired distribution rights to the NASA Ames CART3D program for the aerospace, automotive, turbo machinery, electronics/electromagnetics and process industries.

Cart3D is a high-fidelity inviscid analysis package for conceptual and preliminary aerodynamic design. The program uses adaptively refined Cartesian grids to discretize the space surrounding a geometry and cuts the geometry out of the set of "cut-cells" which actually intersect the boundary.

The CART3D program was recently named "Software of the Year" by NASA.

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New Software: Free Post Processor for Phoenics v3.3
Posted Mon August 12, 2002 @10:05AM
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Post Processing Eugene writes "On http://htex.mpei.ac.ru/~krinitsky/index1.html there are free post processor software for CHAM Phoenics CFD software.

Main features:

  • Parsing Phoenics PHI file (ver.3.3 and 3.4)
  • Browse Phoenics 3D data (use OpenGL) in 2D planes
  • Export selected data to formated ASCII file (for MathCAD, MathLab, MS Excel and etc.)
  • Draw data in graph mode (with export possibility)
  • Exactly draw of grid and data for your case
  • Full information about every grid cell
  • There are a lot of cases of Phoenics data reduction in MathCAD
  • It works under Microsoft Windows 95-98/ME/2k/XP
  • For some details, read the News and see images gallery here
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