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Business: NTI to Commercialize Jameson's CFD Software
Posted Sat June 11, 2005 @07:39AM
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News Professor Wagdi Habashi, President and Chief Scientific Officer of Newmerical Technologies International, is pleased to announce that NTI has reached an agreement with Intelligent Aerodynamics Inc. (IAI) of Stanford, California, for the exclusive commercialization, co-development and customer support of a revolutionary software system for the aerodynamic design of new aircraft and aerospace systems, J-FLO.

J-FLO is written by famed Stanford Professor Antony Jameson, a leading light of CFD algorithmic development and a pioneer of Optimal Control Aerodynamics. NTI is thus truly proud to be the first in bringing this new technology to the market, and to associate itself with Professor Jameson and IAI for its further development.

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Edelbrock is 500th Pro/ENGINEER Site to Implement CFdesign
Posted Fri June 10, 2005 @05:31AM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics announced at the PTC/USER World Event on June 5th that there are now 500 OEM sites and 3,000+ engineers using CFdesign for Pro/ENGINEER. Blue Ridge Numerics is on track to reach 1,000 sites/ 10,000 users by 2008.

“The growth and quality of our customer relationships within the PTC user community is a source of great satisfaction for our team and we are thrilled Edelbrock is our 500th customer site within this community,” stated Blue Ridge Numerics president Ed Williams. “They have a great team of engineers using carefully selected cutting edge tools to develop high-performance products and we’re honored they’ve added CFdesign to their tool kit.”

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New Software: ANSYS Latest Release Features Integrated Flexibility and Performance
Posted Wed June 08, 2005 @11:19PM
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News ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, has announced Version 10.0 of its ANSYS® software. The new release offers major advances in performance, ease-of-use, interoperability and coupled physics technology, such as fluid structure interaction (FSI). With availability beginning in July, this latest release builds upon and is completely compatible with the current ANSYS 9.0 software.

Continuing to improve upon its Multiphysics technology, ANSYS 10.0 offers superior capabilities for complex FSI problems. Representing a complete FSI solution from a single vendor, it utilizes each of the best-in-class technologies in stress and fluid flow analysis.

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Events: Solving Compressible Flow Problems Webinar
Posted Mon June 06, 2005 @10:31AM
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News Fluent invites you to attend its Solving Compressible Flow Problems online seminar on June 23, 2005 at 2 p.m. There is no cost to attend this one-hour event.

The purpose of this webinar is to present some best practices for problems involving high-speed flows. Examples of such flows include transonic and supersonic flight vehicles, high-speed inlet flows, high-speed nozzles and eductors, and locally high-speed flows inside turbomachines (jet engines, pumps, compressors, fans, turbines) and valves. Mesh requirements will be discussed, and examples will be shown. This will be followed by recommendations for the solver type, solver settings, discretization schemes, and convergence tricks for the different types of flows.

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Business: Daat Research Partners With India's Waveaxis
Posted Mon June 06, 2005 @10:28AM
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News Daat Research Corp., developer of the innovative Coolit® CFD thermal and flow analysis software, announces a partnership with consulting firm, Waveaxis to sell and support Coolit applications across India.

Located in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, Waveaxis is recognized for its thermal design work within research establishments, electronics design houses, and among manufacturers of electronics equipment. The company has extensive experience in delivering solutions to the telecommunication, avionic, automotive and industrial sectors.

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Events: CFD Modelling for the Built Environment
Posted Fri June 03, 2005 @05:08PM
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News Fluent will hold a free seminar titled "CFD Modelling for the Built Environment" in London (June 30th) and Sheffield (July 7th).

There will be presentations from both Fluent and a guest industry speaker, covering case studies and the latest software features, as well as an informal question and answer session.

Fluent's CFD airflow modelling software is a powerful design tool. Its ability to simulate and display fluid flows for a variety of design scenarios has proved important in the design of some of the most high-profile building projects of recent years, including the 30 St. Mary Axe office building in London for Swiss Re and Birmingham's new Bullring retail development.

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