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Application: Calgreg and Coolit Build Customer Loyalty
Posted Mon January 23, 2006 @10:54AM
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Application Aided by Coolit, Calgreg is saving its customers money and building the kind of customer relations that result in repeat business from satisfied buyers. The heat sink manufacturer, who services a spectrum of industries, creates custom designs that are frequently better than what the customer asks for.

When a computer chip company developed a thermal solution for its new server chip, the company only expected the vendor to fabricate the design. The company was pleasantly surprised when Calgreg told them it could create a custom heat sink that would be better and less expensive than the in-house design.

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Events: New Workshop in Turbulence
Posted Mon January 23, 2006 @10:49AM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Sweden AB will hold a turbulence workshop on April 3-5 in Gothenburg. We have invited academic lecturers as well as turbulence experts from the global Fluent community. Subjects such as basic turbulence theory, meshing strategies for turbulence simulations and advanced turbulence modeling will be covered. Please contact fredrik@fluent.se for more details about this workshop.

The workshops are a part of Fluent Sweden's new training program and will aim at a greater understanding of the subject in question with plenty of hands-on sessions where the attendees work with tutorials and their own specific design problems.

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Events: Fluent Announces Advanced Automotive Training Series
Posted Fri January 20, 2006 @11:19AM
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ANSYS FLUENT The Fluent Training Department is pleased to offer the following three advanced training courses specifically for the automotive engineer:

Automotive Underhood and Underbody Thermal Modeling
Wednesday, March 1
Fluent Training Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan
More information and to register

Automotive Climate Control System (ACCS) Modeling
Thursday, March 2
Fluent Training Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan
More information and to register

Automotive Acoustics Modeling
Thursday, March 9
Fluent Training Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan
More information and to register

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Events: FloWizard Rapid Flow Modeling Online Demo
Posted Thu January 19, 2006 @09:40PM
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ANSYS FLUENT No matter what CAD system you’re using for design, FloWizard will provide a fast, integrated solution for your flow and heat transfer needs.

With automated technology based on years of experience from the world’s #1 supplier of fluid flow software, FloWizard provides the next evolution in up front CFD… Rapid Flow Modeling.

Register for a demonstration to see:

  • how easily FloWizard provides accurate answers
  • how fast you can be up and running with Rapid Flow Modeling
  • how simple it is to solve tough problems

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Application: Heatsink Designers Turn to Computational Fluid Dynamics
Posted Wed January 18, 2006 @10:19AM
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Application The accelerated release of faster desktop computers being sold at lower prices into the market place has forced thermal engineers to develop and optimize thermal solutions that not only perform better thermally and acoustically, but deliver more value with less weight than previous generations. The continuing reduction in form factor has also increased the challenge placed on today's thermal management designs.

To meet these challenges, Tyco Electronics utilized CFD analysis to optimize both cost and thermal performance of next generation radial folded fin (RFF) heat sinks. This optimized thermal solution approach produced a scalable design capable of meeting the rapidly evolving requirements of the computer market.

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CFD User Survey
Posted Tue January 17, 2006 @10:40AM
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News Don writes "We are planning to put a flow solver on the market and are doing a customer survey. We are planning to customize the software for various applications and want to see what is of most interest.

A web page giving access to a free hybrid grid generator controlled by a GUI plus related source code and a CFD screen saver will be made available to anyone who fills out the survey with care and sends it to cfd_survey@telus.net before January 18."

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