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New Software: CEI Adds Major New Features to EnSight
Posted Mon December 04, 2006 @04:51PM
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News CEI has added major new features and performance improvements to its EnSight extreme visualization software just three months after the release of version 8.2.

CEI’s latest release, called 8.2.2, includes faster and higher-quality transparency for both EnSight and EnLiten, video file playback as a texture within EnSight, and “lookmarks” that provide a thumbnail reminder of saved views within EnSight.

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FLUENT 6.3 Delivers Comprehensive CFD for Engineering Simulation
Posted Fri December 01, 2006 @06:05PM
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News ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced the release of the latest version of its computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software, FLUENT(R) 6.3.

With this release, ANSYS continues to deliver on the expectation for comprehensive CFD technology. New capabilities have been added to FLUENT 6.3 that broaden its applicability to a widening range of industrial processes. It also delivers important core numerical enhancements that offer improved accuracy, efficiency and robustness.

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New Software: New Icepak Offers Enhanced Flexibility and Automation
Posted Wed November 29, 2006 @11:23AM
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News ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced the release of version 4.3 of its Icepak(TM) electronics cooling design software.

This version of Icepak introduces key new technologies in the thermal design of electronic systems. Direct representation of CAD geometries expands the ability of Icepak software to handle complex geometry, providing additional flexibility and a higher degree of automation while modeling complex shapes in today's electronics components and systems.

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New Software: Tecplot Announces Tecplot 360 2006 Release 2
Posted Wed November 29, 2006 @09:08AM
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News Tecplot, Inc., a developer of data visualization and technical plotting software, today announced the immediate availability of Tecplot 360 2006 Release 2.

Tecplot 360 is the company’s flagship data visualization product. It is complete CFD visualization and post-processing software with extensive XY, 2D and 3D capabilities for engineers visualizing data from analyses, simulations and experiments.

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Events: Computational Flow Dynamics, Microfluidics and Applications Seminar
Posted Mon November 27, 2006 @10:46PM
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Announcements Ozen Engineering, Inc. will deliver an applied CFD seminar on December 2nd at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California.

Ozen Engineering, technical leaders in the CFD simulation field, will share the technology and its applications in different industries. The intended audience of this seminar is engineers and managers who are developing understanding of applied CFD and use of commercially available software tools.

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Application: Concurrent Engineering Helps Meet Thermal Challenges of High Speed Design
Posted Mon November 27, 2006 @10:38PM
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Application With each successive generation of Cisco products, increases in functionality and speed have increased thermal design challenges. In response, Cisco Systems has defined a temperature aware design flow that significantly improves co-design between electrical and mechanical engineers.

“The new concurrent electronic/thermal engineering approach has reduced the time required to identify and solve thermal problems, making it practical to address thermal issues at an earlier stage in the design process,” said Herman Chu, Technical Leader for Cisco Systems, San Jose, California. “It appears that the five days that was required in the past to evaluate a prospective board design from a thermal standpoint can be reduced to only two and a half days or less.”

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