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Business: CFDRC Software Division Aquired by ESI Group
Posted Thu January 29, 2004 @03:51PM
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ESI Group CFD Research Corporation (CFDRC), the leading provider of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Multiphysics Software, announced today the spin-off of its commercial Software Products Division. Six products (including CFD-ACE+ and CFD-FASTRAN) and the associated intellectual property assets, personnel, and facilities have been acquired by ESI Software, the leading supplier of PAM-CRASH, PAM-STAMP, virtual prototyping, and manufacturing processes software.

The two companies also established a collaborative development initiative, which will provide the most versatile and comprehensive simulation capabilities for a wide range of industries, including Automotive, Aerospace, Biomedical, Biodiagnostics, Fuel Cells, Materials, Microfluidics, MEMS, Plasma, and Semiconductor Equipment and Processes.

The transaction was completed on 21 January 2004 and included notably software products together with all intellectual property assets, personnel, and facilities as well as customer base and all related commercial rights.

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Business: Nika Fluid Solutions Announces Sales Wins
Posted Thu January 29, 2004 @03:26PM
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News Nika Fluid Solutions (NikaFS) announced that its EFD.Lab software has been selected by a number of notable companies in the United States and Canada including ATK Missile Systems, Baxter Healthcare, Bell Helicopter, Black and Decker, Capstone Turbine Corporation, Dassault Falcon Jet Corp., Delphi Automotive, Entegris, Hamilton Sundstrand, Johnson Design, NASA Ames, Northrop Grumman and S & S Cycle.

NikaFS attributes its success to the elegance (ease-of-use and functionality) and robustness of the EFD.Lab software it sells and to the company’s dedication to helping its customers implement CFD analysis successfully.

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Announcing Marine CFD 2005: International Conference
Posted Thu January 29, 2004 @12:42PM
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News Marine CFD 2005: International Conference on Marine Computational Fluid Dynamics will be held at Southampton University, England, 30 & 31 March 2005. The conference will be organised and run by The Royal Institution of Naval Architects on behalf of Riviera Maritime Media Ltd.

Additionally, the proceedings are now available from the 3rd International Conference on Marine CFD that was held in London on 6&7 February 2003. The conference was organised on behalf of Riviera Maritime Media Ltd by The Royal Institution of Naval Architects. Proceedings are available as bound volumes or on CD-ROM priced at £115.00 (£95 if you are a member of RINA)

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Application: Better Foam with CFX
Posted Wed January 28, 2004 @11:44AM
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Application by Peter Bartsch,
CFX Berlin Software GmbH

Invented by Otto Bayer in 1937, Polyurethane (PUR) foam is an extremely common material, especially in our cars (bumpers, dashboards, seats, etc.) and in our homes (as insulating material for walls, pipes and refrigerators). PUR is produced by mixing alcohol and isocyanates. The resulting reaction generates gas bubbles which become trapped in the curing compound.

Pre-formed foam plastics are produced by casting processes, where the reactants are mixed just before they enter the mould. When foaming large structures, the curing process may start while the reactants are still being fed into the form, which can result in poor product quality with undesirable voids. To ensure successful filling, both the filling and foaming processes must therefore be optimized together.

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Events: Fluent Presents Emissions Modeling Seminar
Posted Tue January 27, 2004 @09:42AM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., world leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software is kicking off its 2004 Lunch ‘n Learn Seminar series with a segment entitled “Emission Modeling with Fluent 6”. The Emissions Modeling seminar will take place on Friday, February 20, from 10 a.m to 2 p.m., in Plymouth, MI.

This seminar will touch on various topics within this broad segment, showing how CFD modeling with Fluent can assist manufacturers in improving emissions performance. Topics covered will include exhaust after treatment and evaporative emissions control, including a description of the modeling concept as well as numerous examples.

Researchers, engineers and engineering managers involved in emissions control, engineers new to CFD, and existing FLUENT users interested in expanding their knowledge of FLUENT 6.1 would benefit from this valuable seminar.

For more information and to register for this Lunch ’n Learn, visit the seminar website.

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New Software: PathScale Announces Beta HPC 64-bit Linux Compilers
Posted Tue January 27, 2004 @09:26AM
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News PathScale, Inc., developer of innovative software and hardware solutions to accelerate the performance and efficiency of Linux clusters, has announced the beta availability of its new suite of high-performance compilers for the AMD Opteron processor. The announcement was made at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in New York. PathScale exhibited its Compiler Suite in the Advanced Micro Devices Booth #413 at Javits Center.

PathScale C, C++ and Fortran 90/95 compilers leverage the AMD Opteron processor's high-performance 64-bit functionality and industry-leading price/performance. Results on real application code and industry standard benchmarks show that the PathScale Compiler Suite offers the highest performance 64-bit compilers for AMD Opteron processor-based Linux servers by a margin of up to 40 percent.

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