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Events: Free Hands-On-Workshop Featuring ANSYS CFX
Posted Mon February 28, 2005 @11:31PM
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ANSYS CFX Join Mallett Technology on March 18th, 2005 for a free half-day hands-on CFD seminar. At this free seminar, you’ll learn how you can tackle CFD challenges — from pre-processing to solution to post-processing — quickly, accurately and cost-effectively.

Attendees will be given the opportunity to perform a parametric CFD analysis from start to finish using ANSYS CFX in the ANSYS Workbench Environment.

Email Derrek Cooper for details.

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Education: New Fluid Mechanics Textbook Draws on Fluent’s CFD Software and Examples
Posted Mon February 28, 2005 @11:18PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., world leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software and services, has announced its contribution to the new undergraduate engineering textbook by Yunus Çengel and John Cimbala; Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, published by McGraw-Hill Higher Education. This book is aimed at a college level syllabus for engineering students.

Professor Çengel, professor emeritus at the University of Nevada, has written three very successful textbooks in the area of thermal sciences, including the top-selling textbook on Thermodynamics. Professor Cimbala is an award-winning expert in Air Quality and Environmental Engineering at Penn State University.

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Application: CFD Helps Reduce Manufacturing Power Demands
Posted Fri February 25, 2005 @02:30PM
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Application Brian Johnston
Senior Project Manager
Hills Inc.
West Melbourne, Florida

Computer simulation played a key role in the design of a new spunbond attenuator that shows potential to reduce the energy required at a given production volume, providing a substantial reduction in operating costs. Spunbond refers to direct fabric manufacturing from polymer in one continuous process. The purpose of the attenuator in this process is to stretch and orient the continuous fibers and lay them down on a moving collection screen.

One of the primary goals in attenuator design is to achieve the highest fiber velocity for a given compressed air power level. In many situations, this makes it possible to use lower cost equipment. In every situation, however, it reduces energy costs and noise levels.

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Worldwide Survey on CFD Information Resources
Posted Thu February 24, 2005 @09:38AM
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Announcements In-line with the aims and objectives of NAFEMS as a whole, the NAFEMS CFD working group aims to raise awareness of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) applications and techniques, promote standards for CFD, stimulate the adoption of best practices and deliver education and training. These activities are currently carried out through various mechanisms including the publication of guidance booklets, workbooks of examples, a journal of case studies and organising seminars.

The purpose of this survey is to identify which topics are currently insufficiently covered but are of interest to those involved, either directly or indirectly, in CFD analysis activities. Also to identify the most useful format through which the material should be made available.

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Events: FloWizard 2.0 Seminar at National Design Show
Posted Thu February 24, 2005 @09:21AM
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ANSYS FLUENT Please make plans to join Fluent for a FloWizard 2.0 Seminar to be held during the National Design Engineering Show, March 8. There is no cost to attend this event.

March 8 10:30-11:30am
McCormick Center, North Hall, Rm N126
Chicago, IL

Changes in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) require new and differently designed CFD software. Don't miss the opportunity to learn about Fluent's unique CFD software tool created exclusively for design engineers. Built on Fluent's next generation technology stream, FloWizard guides the design engineer through the CFD process with an easy-to-use wizard and provides fully automated solutions and reports using Fluent's proven CFD engine. During this presentation you will see how FloWizard V2 will become a critical component in product design and optimization.

Register via email by contacting Sharon Everts at se@fluent.com.

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Events: Using Fluid Analysis to Optimize the Performance of Bioreactors
Posted Thu February 24, 2005 @09:16AM
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ANSYS FLUENT Using Fluid Analysis to Optimize the Performance of Bioreactors
March 3, 2005 at 2pm

In this webinar, we will describe the type of fluid mixing engineering reviews that we design for our clients to deliver engineering value early in the project life cycle and identify the best use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations, thus minimizing longer-term project expenditure.

Such reviews are extremely important for overall understanding of bioreactors at the different scales since the bioreactors must be properly designed to meet multiple design criteria such as liquid blending, gas dispersion, cell suspension, gas-liquid mass transfer, cell- liquid mass transfer, local turbulence, local shear rate, and bubble size distribution.

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