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Events: NUMECA Seminar
Posted Sun May 23, 2004 @04:18PM
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News NUMECA invites you to attend a 1-day workshop on the latest advances in simulation, design and optimization of turbomachinery. NUMECA offers the possibility to get hands-on experience and discussions with experts on how to analyze and design turbomachines quickly, effortlessly, accurately and cost-effectively from geometric modeling and grid generation to flow analysis to optimization.

The following brand new tools will be presented and demonstrated: AutoBlade v2 - new, highly interactive turbomachinery design software AutoGrid v5 - a unique structured mesh generator for turbomachinery, including very complex geometries FINE/Turbo v7 - complete CFD package for all turbomachinery simulations FINE/Design3D - 2D/3D turbomachinery optimization software based on artificialintelligence techniques HEXPRESS v2 - automatic, full-hex unstructured mesh generator FINE/Hexa v2 - new, highly accurate and quick unstructured CFD package for all kinds of applications

Who should attend?

Engineers, designers, scientists, researchers, project managers involved in power generation, aerospace, hydropower, marine applications, automotive, powertrain, petrochemichal industry, industrial fans, blowers and pumps

Where and when?

Austria Center Vienna - Room 446D 10:30 - 16:00, June 17, 2004

How to register?

Please register via

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Business: NUMECA Opens New Offices
Posted Sun May 23, 2004 @04:14PM
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News NUMECA International S.A. recently added two new distributors to its worldwide representation: NUMIBERICA based in Madrid, Spain, and NUMECA South America, based in Sao Paolo, Brazil.

NUMIBERICA and NUMECA South America are engineering firms that offer consulting and support services and distribute NUMECA CFD software systems (FINE/Turbo, FINE/Hexa), hexahedral mesh generators (HEXPRESS and AUTOGRID) and turbomachinery design and optimisation packages (AUTOBLADE and FINE/Design3D) to a variety of industries, including aerospace, defence, HVAC, mechanical, power generation.

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New Software: CEI Adds Macintosh OS X Support
Posted Thu May 20, 2004 @03:14PM
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Post Processing CEI has added support for the Macintosh OS X platform to Harpoon, the extreme meshing program that the company launched in March 2003.

Harpoon turns a CAD file into a finished mesh with three clicks of a mouse. Proprietary meshing algorithms enable the software to process up to two million cells per minute on standard hardware. A HEX-dominant structure within Harpoon ensures better quality cells, even if CAD data is poor. And, Harpoon automatically checks the generated mesh for inconsistencies and repairs any sub-par cells.

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Help With Deforming Mesh
Posted Thu May 20, 2004 @08:58AM
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Help Desk writes "I am doing a project with Fluent 6.1 and I want to solve a sample for deforming mesh, can any body send me a sample?"

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AMD Announces New Opteron Processors
Posted Thu May 20, 2004 @08:52AM
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Hardware techman writes with this AMD news:

AMD has announced new additions to the award-winning AMD Opteron processor family — Models 850, 250 and 150 — once again equipping servers and workstations with the highest performing two-way and four-way x86 processors. The AMD Opteron processor offers industry-leading 32-bit performance with the power of 64-bit computing.

“Our newest models of the AMD Opteron processor feature Direct Connect Architecture, which supplies benefits and system advantages well beyond extending the instruction set,” said Marty Seyer, vice president and general manager of the Microprocessor Business Unit, AMD.

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New Software: CFdesign v7.0 Ships to Customers Worldwide
Posted Thu May 20, 2004 @08:44AM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics has announced that CFdesign v7.0 has been shipped to its customers around the world.

First introduced at the 2004 National Manufacturing Week, here is a summary of new fluid flow and heat transfer simulation functionality included in CFdesign v7.0.

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