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Events: Building a Better Pump
Posted Tue March 14, 2006 @04:20PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Join Fluent for a one-hour online event on March 16th and learn how, by using computational fluid dynamics (CFD), you can improve the efficiency of your engineering designs and increase the overall reliability of your pumps. Faster development reduces time-to-market and product costs to help your company improve sales.

CFD lets you look inside your design, see the actual flow through the pump and discover areas for improvements, without the need for costly and time consuming testing.

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US Treasury Secretary Visits ANSYS
Posted Tue March 14, 2006 @09:29AM
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News On a visit to software engineering firm ANSYS Inc., U.S. Treasury Secretary John Snow called on the U.S. education system to do a better job of producing better science and math students.

He said innovation, like the type demonstrated by ANSYS engineers, is the engine that will continue to drive the country's economy.

The ANSYS tour also included a roundtable with local technology company executives.

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Events: State of the Art in Numerical Grid Generation II
Posted Fri March 10, 2006 @12:31PM
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Grid Generation The Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo (IAC) of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) in Rome is organizing a training course entitled State of the Art in Numerical Grid Generation II - From Theory to Practice. The event will take place in Rome, Italy on October 2-6, 2006.

The basic aim of the course is to provide an overview of the state of the art in numerical grid generation so that all participants attain knowledge in the field.

The European Atelier for Engineering and Computational Sciences, will finance 20 fellowships to participate to the training course and is now soliciting applications.

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CD-adapco Joins Interoperability Consortium
Posted Fri March 10, 2006 @10:19AM
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CD-adapco CD-adapco, the leading global provider of Full-Spectrum flow and thermal simulation software and services, today announced that it has joined the Design/Simulation Council. The Design/Simulation Council is a consortium of manufacturers, suppliers and technology providers focused on improving interoperability and creating open standards within product development and simulation (CAE) technology.

Collaborative Product Data Associates (CPDA), an industry analyst organization that provides in-depth, collaborative research serving the design, engineering, and manufacturing markets, with specific expertise in product lifecycle management (PLM) technologies and processes, hosts the Council.

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Events: CD-adapco Internal Combustion Engine Workshop
Posted Thu March 09, 2006 @03:39PM
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CD-adapco Following the success of the recent Internal Combustion Engine Workshop held in Germany, CD-adapco would like to announce a similar event in the US, to be held April 7, 2006 in Detroit, MI.

This event brings together users of CD-adapco’s STAR-CD and es-ice engine simulation products, providing a forum to hear about the latest and forthcoming developments and to discuss technical issues of interest with other users.

The event is open to all users and potential users of STAR-CD and CAE Managers responsible for engine flow and combustion simulation.

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Business: Fluent and DEM Solutions Partner to Deliver CFD with Discrete Element Modeling
Posted Thu March 09, 2006 @03:26PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., the world leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software and services, today confirms it has entered into a partnership with DEM Solutions, a leading developer of DEM (Discrete Element Method) software solutions. The move follows the announcement earlier this year that Fluent Asia Pacific in Japan, the wholly owned subsidiary of Fluent Inc, is delivering DEM Solutions’ EDEM software to the Japanese market.

The result of 10 years R&D, DEM Solutions’ EDEM software enables engineers across a broad spectrum of industries – chemical, pharmaceutical, materials processing, mining, and agriculture – to simulate and analyze the behavior of particulate matter (pills, pellets, aggregates etc) during processing, manufacturing and material handling operations.

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