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New Software: Matched Meshing Now Available in Harpoon
Posted Tue September 19, 2006 @04:54PM
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Grid Generation Sharc Ltd announced today the release of new Matched Meshing software which has been included in the latest version of Harpoon.

Harpoon is extremely useful for meshing complex geometry quickly and with very little effort. One of its major strengths is that it does not require a watertight surface mesh so can cope with imperfect CAD geometry. If you have already invested the time to create a surface mesh now you can still enjoy all the benefits of a Harpoon volume mesh while retaining the initial surface mesh.

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Application: CFD-FASTRAN Simulates Mars Orbiter Entry
Posted Tue September 19, 2006 @02:50PM
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Application ESI Group, the technology leader in the field of advanced computational fluid dynamics simulation software presented a paper titled “Numerical Prediction for Mars Atmosphere Entry Vehicle Using a Density Based Solver” at the International Workshop on Radiation of High Temperature Gases in Atmospheric Entry.

The paper is on the Mars Orbiter Entry Application and the simulation is conducted with CFD-FASTRAN. The results of CFD-FASTRAN were among the best and ESI Group is the only contributor to present results for the new flight conditions requested this year.

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New Software: CEI Releases New 3D Geometry Player
Posted Mon September 18, 2006 @10:35AM
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Post Processing CEI has released Reveal, a new 3D geometry player for viewing, analyzing and manipulating complex visualization scenarios created in EnSight or other applications based on Apex, CEI’s framework for cross-platform graphics development.

Reveal spreads the power of extreme visualization across the enterprise. Engineers and scientists can import multiple scenarios from EnSight into Reveal to share selected visualizations with colleagues, partners, customers and others. The actual Reveal application can be embedded into the file, requiring no downloading or licensing for those receiving the visualization.

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Events: International Oil and Gas CFD Conference
Posted Mon September 18, 2006 @07:11AM
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Announcements The preliminary agenda for this year’s International Oil and Gas CFD Conference (IOCC) has been announced, with an impressive schedule of speakers. The event will take place in London on November 30th and December 1st, 2006.

British Petroleum, Shell Global Solutions and Halliburton are presenting papers, along with a wide range of other oil and gas operators and researchers from across the world.

Presentations will focus on applications including separation, refinery modelling, LNG and CNG modelling and subsea flow modelling.

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Application: ANSYS CFX is the CFD Tool of Choice for LaunchPoint’s Pediatric Maglev VAD
Posted Sun September 17, 2006 @03:04PM
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Application At Goleta-area venture engineering firm LaunchPoint Technologies, simulation and virtual prototyping have become an integral part of the engineering design cycle. With tight project schedules and limited budgets being commonplace, engineers are often required to predict the performance of new designs or processes even before they reach manufacturing. So by rigorously maintaining the importance of simulation analysis in design optimization of a flow system, LaunchPoint is able to exceed the increasing expectations of demanding clients.

But experts in fields such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD) need powerful tools to enable their expertise, and not all CFD solutions are created equal. That is why LaunchPoint Technologies has selected ANSYS® CFX® as the simulation tool of choice for the design of the Pediatric VAD (Ventricular Assist Device) currently being researched.

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Events: Effective Use of CFD for In-flight Icing Certification
Posted Sun September 17, 2006 @03:02PM
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Announcements The Barcelona SuperComputing Center and Newmerical Technologies Int. will jointly present a course on aircraft icing simulation: Effective Use of CFD for In-flight Icing Certification from October 30 to November 2, 2006 in Barcelona, Spain.

Aircraft, Helicopters and UAVs flying through icing clouds encounter the problem of ice formation on critical surfaces and on engines. This can jeopardize flight by altering aerodynamic performance and handling qualities.

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