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Stanford University Professor to Receive Prestigious Elmer A. Sperry Award
Posted Mon November 06, 2006 @09:19AM
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News The Elmer Sperry Board of Award is pleased to announce that Antony Jameson, Thomas V. Jones Professor in the School of Engineering at Stanford University in Stanford, California, has been chosen to receive the 2006 Elmer A. Sperry Award.

The Elmer A. Sperry Award was established in 1955 to commemorate the life of Elmer A. Sperry, whose many inventions – including the gyroscope, the first electric automobile, and aid and sea navigational aids – contributed to the advancement of many modes of transportation. The award, consisting of a certificate and medal, will be presented to Jameson on January 7, 2007, in conjunction with the AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting in Reno, Nevada.

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TecPlot 360 Reviewed
Posted Tue October 31, 2006 @05:22PM
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Post Processing MCAD Online has posted a review of the TecPlot 360 post processing software. TecPlot 360 is CFD & Numerical Simulation Visualization Software. It combines vital engineering plotting with advanced data visualization in one tool.
The developer’s background is within the CFD industry, so the availability of CGNS, Fluent, KIVA, and PLOT3D including name and boundary files shouldn’t come as a surprise. In addition, the system allows you to directly read FEA-focussed datasets from Abaqus, Ansys, Fidap, LS-Dyna, MSC.Nastran, MSC.Patran, PAM-Crash, SDRC-Ideas.

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Business: CEI Sets Up Houston Office
Posted Tue October 31, 2006 @06:35AM
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News CEI, a leader in simulation software for engineering and science, has established an office in Houston, and is seeking a business development manager to head up its regional sales and support operations.

CEI sees the new office as an opportunity to expand its business in industries that have a growing need for software used to analyze, visualize and communicate critical data for oil and gas, aerospace, construction, medical, and other industries prominent in Houston and the surrounding region. The company’s existing customers in the region include Bechtel, ExxonMobil, Lockheed, NASA, Shell, the Texas Advanced Computing Center, and University of Texas, Texas A&M and Rice University.

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Events: North American Symposium on Design Integration
Posted Mon October 30, 2006 @08:25PM
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News NAFEMS, The International Association for the Engineering Analysis Community, has announced the Symposium on the Integration of Analysis in Product Design, to be held on November 13th 2006 in Chicago, Illinois.

NAFEMS is an independent not-for-profit body with the sole aim of promoting the effective use of engineering simulation methods such as finite element analysis, multibody system dynamics and computational fluid dynamics.

Integrating analysis with the product design process is one of the most talked about topics in the analysis community today. Software vendors, industrial users, and engineering managers all realize the vital importance of timely integration of analysis in the design process, but the visions, opinions and priorities placed on this can vary from one company to the next.

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CFD Study Aims for Safer Ethanol Production
Posted Mon October 30, 2006 @08:21PM
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News Iowa State University has begun studying ways to replace or reduce the natural gas used in making ethanol by gasifying biomass plant material and turning it into useful energy and renewable products.

The main goal of this research is to find a way to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide that is put into the atmosphere and to find an alternative to natural gas, which would save possibly 20 percent on fuel costs in industrial locations.

With computational fluid dynamics, they can examine how possibly changing the gasifier in some way affects it, and see how it helps the overall product or makes it worse, said Francine Battaglia, associate professor of mechanical engineering.

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New Software: COMSOL Releases Multiphysics v3.3
Posted Wed October 25, 2006 @02:48PM
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News With its enhanced features, COMSOL Multiphysics 3.3 brings simulation and virtual prototyping to a far wider community of engineers. The release also greatly expands the number of possible application areas for the technology into virtually every field of science, research, and engineering. Key among these enabling features are ready-made couplings between common physics, an even more convenient user interface thanks to a Model Tree, interactive meshing, merging components to build models, the ability to handle CAD assemblies, support for the multiphysics analyis of surface contact, and gains towards fully automatic solver selection. Users can also expand on the package’s internal material database by enacting an online search of the Matweb database and directly importing material properties.

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