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New Software: Fluent Introduces CoolSim Data Center Environment Thermal Audit Solution
Posted Wed January 25, 2006 @04:01PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., world leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software and services, has announced the company's new solution for data center cooling, CoolSim.

CoolSim is designed to help dramatically reduce the risk of thermal-related equipment failures by enabling data center facility owners, engineers and designers to accurately simulate air flow and temperatures for various equipment racks throughout the entire data center. With CoolSim thermal audits of a data center, planners and operations managers can quickly identify and correct potential thermal problems before they can negatively impact a company's equipment, data or business operations. Moreover, CoolSim helps companies better manage the costly burden of cooling of data centers.

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Call for papers: 4th Joint CFX & FZR Short Course & Workshop on Multiphase Flows
Posted Tue January 24, 2006 @05:47PM
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Announcements The 4th Joint CFX & FZR Short Course & Workshop on Multiphase Flows [pdf] will be held from 26 - 29 June 2006 at FZ Rossendorf, Institute of Safety Research, Rossendorf (Dresden), Germany and will be jointly organised by Forschungszentrum Rossendorf and ANSYS Germany (CFX).

The workshop is supported by the Alliance for Competence in Nuclear Technology Germany.

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Using Computational Fluid Dynamics
Posted Tue January 24, 2006 @10:10AM
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News The 1992 text Using Computational Fluid Dynamics by Dr. Christopher Shaw is an attempt to put the process of CFD simulation into a simple and concise format, so that it can be used by students or practising engineers to assist in their understanding of the technology of CFD, regardless of the particular software package they might be using.

Once someone is familiar with the material contained in the book, they should be able to produce simulations of fluid flow situations using a suitable CFD package or be able to talk confidently with those who produce such simulations.

Now, the author of the book is making electronic copies of Using Computational Fluid Dynamics available for free via his website.

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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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