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Ensight Lite Receives HPC Community Award
Posted Wed December 13, 2006 @11:36AM
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News CEI, a leader in simulation software for engineering and science, has won a reader’s choice award from HPCwire for best price/performance visualization product or technology.

CEI won the award for EnSight Lite, software introduced in May that delivers essential features of the company’s EnSight extreme visualization software at half the price.

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STAR-CCM+ Nominated for Motorsport Award
Posted Tue December 12, 2006 @04:47PM
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News Last week, at the awards ceremony for the World Motorsport Symposium, CD-adapco were nominated for the prestigious "Most Innovative Product of the Year Award", in recognition of the impact made by their revolutionary new Computational Fluid Dynamics product STAR-CCM+.

CD-adapco is easily the most successful CFD supplier in Formula 1. Of the points awarded during the 2006 season, incredibly almost 70% were awarded to teams that use STAR-CD or STAR-CCM+ for aerodynamic or engine simulation. CD-adapco have been suppliers of advanced CAE software to the Renault F1 Team since its inception in 2001. The World Championship Winning RS26 engine, and R26 chassis were designed with the aid of STAR-CD and STAR-CCM+.

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Events: Powerful Flow Simulation for Oil & Gas Separation Technology
Posted Tue December 12, 2006 @03:55PM
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News Last chance to register for tomorrow's free webinar focusing on the competitive advantage that can be gained through the application of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to separator design and operation. A range of compelling examples will be provided, that clearly demonstrate how flow simulation can reduce cost and increase the efficiency of separation processes, including retrofitting existing separators and preventing damage due to sloshing loads.

CFD enables designers and operators of separation equipment to visualize the complex flow processes that occur within a separator and to determine exactly how effectively that separator will perform under a range of operating conditions. By applying CFD technology early in the design process, separator manufacturers are able to optimize the performance of a separator, long before the first physical prototype is ever created.

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NAFEMS Appoints North American Representative
Posted Tue December 12, 2006 @01:43PM
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News NAFEMS, The International Association for the Engineering Analysis Community, has appointed a dedicated North American representative to oversee the expansion of its activities in the USA and Canada.

Matthew Ladzinski will assist in the coordination of NAFEMS events in USA and Canada, as well as acting as a local point of contact for all North American members of NAFEMS.

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New Software: AxSTREAM Improves Radial Turbomachinery Flow Path Design
Posted Tue December 12, 2006 @10:27AM
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Announcements SoftInWay Inc. a leading provider of the turbomachinery design software announces the release of the AxSTREAM v.2.0 Turbomachinery Flow Path Conceptual Design Suite. AxSTREAM is a professional tool for rapid turbomachinery design and multidisciplinary optimization.

The new release extends the scope of available turbomachinery types with the addition of turbomachinery flow path design for radial turbines and centrifugal compressors.

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Application: Increasing Efficiency in Aluminum Processing
Posted Fri December 08, 2006 @03:29PM
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Application By Dagoberto S. Severo, André F. Schneider,
Elton C. V. Pinto and Vanderlei Gusberti
PCE Engenharia S/S Ltda, Brazil

Today’s aluminum industry is continually studying ways to increase the efficiency of reduction cells in smelters. Numerical simulation has become a highly effective tool for analyzing such complex processes. PCE Engenharia Ltda, S/S located in Porto Alegre, Brazil, has been using simulation for more than 10 years. The industry consulting firm simulates equipment in the aluminum production chain and, in partnership with customers, develops new technological solutions for primary aluminum production.

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