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Events: Optimizing Chemical Reactor Performance with Computer Simulation
Posted Thu June 21, 2007 @05:23PM
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ANSYS ANSYS will present a webinar on Optimizing Chemical Reactor Performance on July 25, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. EDT

In the process and energy industries, significant engineering effort goes into better understanding and management of chemical reactions. With recent emphasis on new material design, energy savings, greenhouse gas reduction, pollution abatement and increased safety concerns, chemical engineers are turning to detailed three-dimensional virtual prototyping for optimization of complex reactors. Recent advances in computer and modeling technology are providing insights into the detailed effects of transport, equipment components, and overall reactor performance.

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Nick Wyman to Head New Research Group at Pointwise
Posted Thu June 21, 2007 @05:02PM
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Announcements Pointwise is pleased to announce that Nick Wyman has been named Director of Applied Research. The goal of the new Applied Research Group is to partner with other companies and government organizations on development projects that will directly impact Pointwise’s products.

Nick has been actively developing Pointwise software for over 9 years. As Manager of Product Development, he led the team through many releases of Gridgen, the reliable CFD mesher, and development of the soon to be released, state-of-the-art, Pointwise product. Prior to joining Pointwise, Nick performed CFD analysis for a wide variety of industries and developed mesh generation software for turbomachinery.

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New Software: Flowmaster Launches V7 Automotive
Posted Thu June 21, 2007 @04:56PM
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News Flowmaster are pleased to announce the launch of the Automotive variant of their flagship product Flowmaster V7.

This technology rich architecture supports Flowmaster’s vision within the automotive industry to: fully support the Digital Car, bringing analysts and designers together to facilitate collaboration and enable thermo-fluid system design at an Enterprise level.

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Events: 2007 FLOW-3D World Users Conference
Posted Thu June 14, 2007 @09:48AM
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Announcements Flow Science, Inc. announces its 2007 FLOW-3D World Users Conference on September 20-21, 2007 at the Adolphus Hotel in downtown Dallas, Texas.

FLOW-3D users from around the world will present their studies, analyses, and results obtained using FLOW-3D, including benchmarks, case studies, and research projects. The Flow Science team will present their ongoing development plans, demonstrate the new capabilities of Version 9.2 and be available to answer users’ questions about the software.

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Daat Research Celebrates 15th Anniversary
Posted Thu June 14, 2007 @09:45AM
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News Daat Research Corp, Hanover, NH, is celebrating 15 years since its founding in 1992. What began as an R&D company providing CFD software development services for industry and the government has transformed into a leader in CFD thermal design software for electronics.

"When we began, most engineers were intimidated by CFD's complex mathematics," notes Daat's Marketing Manager, Peggy Chalmers. "As a result, they missed out on CFD's ability to slash development times and costs."

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Business: Kyokuto Boeki Kaisha to Distribute AxSTREAM in Japan
Posted Thu June 14, 2007 @09:37AM
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News SoftInWay, a world leader in the development of flow path design software for axial and radial turbo-machinery, today announced that it has strengthened its worldwide sales and distribution network by completing an agreement with Kyokuto Boeki Kaisha, Ltd. (KBK) to provide distribution of its AxSTREAM™ Suite of Multi-disciplinary Design and Optimization software to the Japanese turbo-machinery industry.

“KBK has worked closely with major Japanese companies such as IHI, Toshiba and Mitsubishi for over 55 years,” said Mr. Kazunobu Otake, Senior General Manager of KBK’s Aerospace and Defense Systems Department. “They have said time and time again that they must achieve higher levels of efficiency in their designs. AxSTREAM™ will help them greatly in accomplishing this prime objective.”

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