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Events: Large Eddy Simulation for Engineering Applications
Posted Tue January 11, 2005 @09:01PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Please join Dr. Sung-Eun Kim, Principal Engineer at Fluent Inc. for an online seminar discussing how to maximize accuracy and minimize cost in using Large Eddy Simulation and Detached Eddy Simulation for engineering applications. This online seminar will take place on January 20, 2005 at 2 p.m.

Large Eddy Simulation is becoming a viable tool for engineering analysis of complex flows for which unsteady turbulent interactions play a critical role. This includes problems involving bluff body aero- and hydrodynamics, fluid-structure interaction, acoustics, complex mixing phenomena, and other turbulent flow problems in which large, anisotropic structures dominate the flow-field. This webinar will cover the basics of the method, along with advice on how to use it effectively in an engineering environment.

To enroll in this free event, visit the seminar website.

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Why FORTRAN for CFD?
Posted Tue January 11, 2005 @08:58PM
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Help Desk Parashuram Kapase writes "Hi everybody,

I am writing codes for benchmark problems in CFD. My basic question is why use the FORTRAN language to write codes in CFD? Is there any specific advantage of FORTRAN for CFD programming? Why can't we use C, C++ for CFD codes?"

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AFC Air Flow Consulting Posts E-News
Posted Tue January 11, 2005 @08:48PM
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News

This is the first E-Newsletter by AFC Air Flow Consulting. The electronic format allows AFC to respond to actualities in a flexible way. The present issue includes the following topics:

  • Integration of modern simulation methods into the design & engineering process.
  • Propagation and distribution phenomena - The propagation of scents or contaminants in or around a building is investigated by AFC Air Flow Consulting for various scenarios.
  • Agenda of AFC events in 2005. There will be several interesting events organized and hosted by AFC together with partners such as Ansys Germany, ETH Zurich or the HTA Lucerne. You find the topics in the Agenda.

    Please enjoy reading the AFC E-News!

    AFC Air Flow Consulting AG
    Dr. A. Schälin

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    Gambit or Gridgen for CFD Grid Generation
    Posted Sat January 08, 2005 @05:52PM
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    Help Desk Anonymous writes "I am in the early stages of learning CFD analysis using Fluent. For grid generation, I am looking at GAMBIT and GridGen. Is there a big difference between the two? Will I get better CFD results if I use one or the other? I've already started learning GAMBIT, and I am wondering if I should switch now to Gridgen."

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    Business: ANSYS Acquires Century Dynamics
    Posted Thu January 06, 2005 @04:31PM
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    ANSYS CFX ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced that it has acquired Century Dynamics, Inc., a leading provider of sophisticated yet easy-to-use simulation software for solving linear, nonlinear, explicit and multi-body hydro-dynamics problems. The up-front purchase price of $5,000,000 will be paid in cash. In addition, the agreement provides for future payments contingent upon the attainment of certain performance criteria. Excluding the effects of acquisition-related amortization and any one-time deal related charges, the acquisition is expected to be slightly accretive to earnings within fiscal year 2005.

    "Century Dynamics' focus on ease-of-use is very much aligned with our focus, only in a completely parallel technology," said Jim Cashman, president and CEO at ANSYS, Inc. "This acquisition is attractive to customers, stockholders and employees for its advanced technology, growth potential and market presence. We believe that by aligning our global sales and marketing resources with Century Dynamics' outstanding technology, we will continue to deliver a more complete and comprehensive solution to our customers."

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    Help Solving Equations
    Posted Thu January 06, 2005 @02:41PM
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    Help Desk Hello everyone,

    I am an undergraduate student writing a CFD code for simple physics. I have a set of equations which are NOT tridiagonal. So I think I can use ADI method. I am programming in the C++ language. Can anyone mail me C++ code for solving N*N matices using ADI method?

    Thanks,
    Dilip
    email: dilip441@yahoo.co.in

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