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Events: ECCOMAS CFD 2006
Posted Mon August 28, 2006 @09:08AM
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Announcements The ECCOMAS CFD 2006 congress will be held September 5-8, 2006 at Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands.

The goal of the ECCOMAS CFD congresses is to periodically bring together researchers, industrialists and students working in broad parts of computational science and engineering. The focus is on computational fluid dynamics, computational acoustics, computational electromagnetics, computational mathematics and related fields in the computational sciences.

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Education: Introduction to Commercial CFD Course
Posted Fri August 25, 2006 @05:40PM
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Announcements Tridiagonal Solutions along with College of Engineering, Pune (COEP) is pleased to announce the launch of the Introduction to Commercial CFD training course.

The course will be held at the College of Engineering, Pune for 6 weeks (2 hours per day, 6 days per week) starting August 28, 2006. The course will be conducted by faculty with Ph. D. and Masters degrees from IIT with more than 10 years experience in industrial CFD and consulting.

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Application: Simulating Turbulent Mixing in Nuclear Reactor Pressure Vessels
Posted Wed August 23, 2006 @03:39PM
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Application Ulrich Rohde, Thomas Höhne and Sören Kliem
Institute for Safety Research, Forschungszentrum Rossendorf Inc.,
Germany

Forschungszentrum Rossendorf (FZR) is a publicly funded research organization and an institute member of the Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft G. W. Leibniz consortium for utilizing basic research in practical applications. One of six institutes within the FZR, the Institute for Safety Research performs research on the assessment and improvement of technical infrastructures. Its focus is on nuclear reactors, including thermo-hydraulic and neutron kinetic code development and verification for nuclear safety analysis, investigation of thermo-hydraulic effects, development of measurement techniques, material research, simulation of radiation fields, mechanical integrity of technical systems, and process control.

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DEM Solutions Awarded Contract to Develop Particle Simulation Tool
Posted Tue August 22, 2006 @08:32AM
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News DEM Solutions, a leading developer of discrete element modeling software solutions, has announced that it has been selected to team with scientists and engineers from NASA to develop a new modeling capability which adds electrostatic forces to the particle dynamic modeling capability already available within its core EDEM software suite. DEM Solutions will develop the models and software while NASA will provide the laboratory data and perform the model verification.

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Events: Introductory OpenFOAM Workshop at SIMDI 06
Posted Tue August 22, 2006 @08:24AM
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Announcements A one-day Introductory Workshop on OpenFOAM will be held as a part of SIMDI 06 (Simulation and Data Intensive Fair 2006), 17-18 of October 2006 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The material will be presented by Dr. Hrvoje Jasak of Wikki Ltd. and University of Zagreb, Croatia, a co-author of OpenFOAM.

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Events: 2006 International CFD-ACE+, CFD-FASTRAN, CFD-CADalyzer and PAM-FLOW Users' Conference
Posted Mon August 21, 2006 @10:59AM
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Announcements ESI Group is pleased to announce that the 2006 International CFD-ACE+, CFD-FASTRAN, CFD-CADalyzer and PAM-FLOW Users' Conference will be held October 25-27, 2006, in Santa Clara, CA.

This conference represents a unique opportunity for technical exchange between CFD-ACE+, CFD-FASTRAN, CFD-CADalyzer and PAM-FLOW users as well as a preview of upcoming technical advancements. The program includes CFD applications of semiconductor processes, plasma, biotechnology, MEMS and microfluidics, fuel cell, biomedical, as well as the general field of CFD with special emphasis in the areas of multiphysics applications.

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