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Design Engineers Using CFD?
Posted Sat March 05, 2005 @09:53PM
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Help Desk ddunava writes "I realize this may be a simple question, but I need general feedback from the User Community about the feasibility of Design Engineers using CFD. We have a sister division that has decided to acquire a major CFD program for use by their Design Engineers, and our analysis group has strongly recommended against it. Please advise ASAP, thanks."

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Business: Flow Science Announces New Marketing Associate
Posted Sat March 05, 2005 @09:50PM
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News Flow Science, Inc. has announced it has entered into an agreement with PV Engineering Co. for the latter firm to represent Flow Science’s FLOW-3D® computational fluid dynamics software in Greece for both sales and engineering consulting purposes.

Flow Science, Inc. is a privately-held software company specializing in high fidelity fluid dynamics modeling software for industrial and scientific applications worldwide.

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Events: Fluent Automotive Lunch 'n Learn Seminar Series
Posted Fri March 04, 2005 @02:52PM
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ANSYS FLUENT If you are going to be in the greater Detroit/Ann Arbor area, plan on attending one of Fluent's Automotive Lunch 'n Learn seminars. The first in the series of four Lunch 'n Learns begins Friday, March 18.

Acoustics Modeling with FLUENT, March 18
Aeroacoustics is a topic of increasing interest in many industries. The need to reduce noise is felt in an immense number of automotive applications, ranging from wind noise, HVAC duct noise to fans and blowers. With the recent advent of advanced CFD models and algorithms it has become possible to numerically simulate aeroacoustics for many of these applications.

Lunch ‘n Learn Seminar for FloWizard, April 22
The FloWizard Lunch 'n Learn seminar is an excellent opportunity to learn about Fluent's first CFD software tool built exclusively for design engineers and how it can be a critical component in product design and optimization.

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Events: Fluent Announces FloWizard 2.0 Webinar
Posted Fri March 04, 2005 @11:10AM
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ANSYS FLUENT Make plans to join Fluent for our latest webinar featuring FloWizard 2.0, Fluent's first CFD software tool build exclusively for design engineers, March 17 at 2 p.m.

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 meshing and solution steering using the proven FLUENT engine. During this webinar you will see how FloWizard can be a critical component in product design and optimization.

To enroll in this online event visit the event website.

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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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