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New Software: SoftPredict Releases COSILAB2 Combustion Software
Posted Wed August 16, 2006 @08:55AM
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News SoftPredict, a subdivision of Rotexo GmbH & Co. KG, have released their all new combustion software COSILAB2.

The software handles arbitrarily complex gas-phase chemistry in flow simulations including combustion, exhaust gas after-treatment, and pollutant formation. It benefits from an easy-to-use graphical user-interface that handles preprocessing of thermodynamic and molecular databases, and of reaction mechanisms -- all in the most popular and internationally accepted data formats.

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Application: Flomerics' Focus on Electronics Cooling Improves Design
Posted Mon August 14, 2006 @01:15PM
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Application Unlike general-purpose CFD companies, Flomerics has always been focused solely on a single industry: electronics. The idea behind development of Flotherm was to build in electronics intelligence on top of CFD. This intelligence would, in turn, be used to make problem setup, modeling, and analysis much faster, more efficient, and more accurate for engineers who design electronics.

In Taking the Heat Out of Electronics, Desktop Engineering speaks with Sherman Ikemoto, Business Development Manager for Flomerics Inc., and Flomerics users on what Flotherm brings to electronics design.

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Events: Challenges and Best-Modelling Practices for the Aerospace Industry
Posted Fri August 11, 2006 @04:54PM
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Announcements NAFEMS will host FEA and CFD: Challenges and Best-Modelling Practices for the Aerospace Industry on November 15th 2006 at the Anaheim Convention Center, CA, USA.

The pace of development in the aerospace market is accelerating faster than ever, and the role of FEA and CFD is a major part of today's product development processes. One of the major challenges for all analysts in the aerospace industry is in producing solid, coherent analysis to best-practise guidelines in a manner which can show management the true value and benefit of FEA and CFD. This industry-focussed workshop will bring together analysts from across the aerospace industry to discuss, review and discover best-modelling practices, whilst highlighting the challenges that all users of analysis, and their management, should be considering.

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New Software: Coolit v6.0 Release Enhances Software's Capabilities
Posted Fri August 11, 2006 @04:53PM
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News Coolit, the popular and powerful thermal and flow analysis software, delivers an impressive list of enhancements in its latest release. V6.0 delivers expanded CAD import capabilities, slashes the time required for fine grid calculations, adds multiple fluid domains within an Enclosure and is 64-bit ready.

In addition, there are numerous ease-of-use and reporting advancements. These features are outgrowths of Daat Research's on-going enhancement program for the world's easiest-to-use and most powerful thermal software.

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Application: Hybrid Meshes for Wave Capturing of Surface Ship Flows
Posted Thu August 10, 2006 @10:22AM
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Application Steve Karman and Robert Wilson,
UT SimCenter at Chattanooga,
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Modeling of free surface flows for hydrodynamic applications can be accomplished using surface fitting methods for low to medium Froude numbers. But when the Froude number is larger, such as flows associated with steep and overturning waves, the fitting methods encounter difficulties.

The University of Tennessee SimCenter at Chattanooga has implemented a multiphase surface capturing approach to handle these higher Froude number cases, Fr > 0.4. This approach has been applied to several validation cases, including the R/V Athena research vessel shown in this article.

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New Software: Harpoon Integrates Surface Wrapping Technology
Posted Wed August 09, 2006 @10:16AM
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News Sharc Ltd has announced the release of new wrapping software which has been included in the latest version of Harpoon.

Harpoon meshes dirty CAD geometry with ease, however, there are occasions when a wrapper combined with the power of Harpoon would make meshing even easier. In particular, large holes in the CAD can cause problems when creating a mesh. The Harpoon Wrapper alleviates these problems and just like Harpoon, is extremely quick

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