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Events: Simulation Techniques for Line Sizing of Aerospace Refueling Systems
Posted Fri April 08, 2005 @02:52PM
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News Flowmaster invites you to a free educational webinar on Simulation Techniques for Line Sizing of Aerospace Refueling Systems on April 19 at 10am CDT.

The 45 minute workshop demonstrates todays methods used by industry leaders to design aerospace refueling systems for optimal fuel delivery velocities and tank filling using Flowmaster software.

For further information on this event and to enroll visit the event website.

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Events: Fluent Lunch 'n Learn Series Featuring FloWizard
Posted Wed April 06, 2005 @09:06PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent announces the second in a four-part Automotive Lunch 'n Learn series, with the focus on FloWizard, Fluent's first CFD software tool built exclusively for design engineers! The event will take place on April 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the St. Johns Golf & Conference Center, 44045 Five Mile Road, Plymouth, Michigan.

This seminar will include a live demonstration of FloWizard. 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 CFD engine. You will learn about FloWizard's 100% compatibility with FLUENT, ensuring effortless data sharing. Plus, its collaboration capabilities allow expert analysts to monitor and mentor design engineers.

To register for this free event, please visit the event website.

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Business: Daat Research Partners With UK Thermal Consulting Firm
Posted Tue April 05, 2005 @08:16AM
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News Daat Research Corp., creator of the award winning Coolit ® CFD thermal analysis and design software has joined forces with CE Technologies Ltd., the highly respected thermal management consulting firm based in the UK. Under the newly formed alliance, CE Technologies will become a licensing agent for Coolit CFD software and provide technical support for Coolit customers in Europe.

“We expect this partnership to greatly benefit our customers in aerospace, electronics, telecommunications, medical devices, industrial processing and sustainable energy technology because they will now have access to Coolit, the same powerful thermal design tool that we use,” states Dr. Song Lin, Technical Director of CE Technologies Ltd.

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Periodic Two Phase Flow in Fluent?
Posted Tue April 05, 2005 @06:44AM
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Help Desk I am looking for a way of modeling a corrugated channel in fluent. I wonder if it can model periodic two phase flow?

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Events: See Ensight8 in Action at SAE 2005
Posted Mon April 04, 2005 @11:36AM
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Announcements Competition is fierce for your time at SAE 2005, but only at CEI's booth (#1814) will you see how EnSight 8 is providing automakers with the unique ability to visualize and analyze the simultaneous interaction of fluids and structures.

EnSight 8 makes it possible to visualize such difficult-to-depict phenomena as:

  • Tire hydroplaning
  • Airbag deployment
  • Fuel tank sloshing and filling
  • Thermal stress

To reserve a 20-minute appointment with CEI at booth #1814, call Cramblitt & Company at 919-481-4599, or fax us at 919-481-4639.

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Help with 2-D Transonic Flows
Posted Mon April 04, 2005 @10:15AM
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Help Desk I am running a 2-D transonic flow simulation over an airfoil, and need to trip the flow from laminar to turbulent at 28% chord. Is there a way to do this without writing a subroutine.

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