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New Software: New EnSight Flash Compatibility Simplifies Web Development
Posted Wed July 25, 2007 @03:57PM
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Post Processing Computational Engineering International (CEI) announced today new Adobe Flash compatibility that streamlines the process of publishing animations to the Web for users of EnSight, CEI’s industry-leading extreme visualization application.

Adding to the long list of file formats that EnSight produces, EnSight version 8.2.5 can now create visualizations as Macromedia Flash video files (.flv) and Macromedia Flash format files (.swf), which are both widely used in the delivery of animations via the Web.

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Business: Tecplot to Distribute O-Matrix Analysis Software Environment
Posted Wed July 25, 2007 @01:53PM
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News Tecplot Inc., the developer of Tecplot data visualization and technical plotting solutions, announces that it has partnered with Harmonic Software Inc. to become the exclusive worldwide distributor of O-Matrix, a matrix-based computing environment that enables scientists and engineers to solve technical analysis and simulation problems faster than with traditional languages such as C++ or FORTRAN.

O-Matrix is used for analyzing data, creating simulations, and building turnkey scientific and engineering computing solutions. O-Matrix is fast, affordable and is the only computing application with a direct link to Tecplot data visualization.

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Williams F1 Adds Top 125 Supercomputer for CFD
Posted Sat July 21, 2007 @11:31AM
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News Lenovo has announced the successful installation of a powerful supercomputer for ATT Williams, now being used in the racing team's wind tunnel simulation facilities in the UK.

ATT Williams and Lenovo collaborated on the customized supercomputing solution, designed to optimise the aerodynamics of the team's Formula One cars.

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Education: 'Engineering Fluid Dynamics for Education' Receives Strong Response
Posted Fri July 20, 2007 @10:24AM
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News Flomerics has announced that it has received an unprecedented response to its offer of providing its popular Engineering Fluid Dynamics (EFD) simulation software for teaching and research purposes.

Due to the large response to the initial announcement, Flomerics has announced that it will provide all 3 versions of EFD at $380 for a 3-year license to universities and technology colleges around the world.

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Events: OpenFOAM International Conference 2007
Posted Tue July 17, 2007 @07:21PM
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Announcements OpenFOAM is the leading Open Source CFD software and has a large and rapidly growing international user base across industrial and academic sectors. The first OpenFOAM International Conference is designed to bring together users and managers.

The conference will be held November 26-27, 2007 at the Beaumont House, London, United Kingdom.

The conference program will include presentations that demonstrate OpenFOAM's unique capabilities and how adoption of the software is moving CAE forward.

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Events: CFD Seminar for Semiconductor Applications
Posted Tue July 17, 2007 @09:19AM
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News ESI Group is pleased to invite you for a FREE Seminar on Software Modeling Solutions for Semiconductor Equipment and Processes.

The Seminar is held on July 18th and is hosted along with the Semicon West 2007 show at San Francisco. The seminar features three seperate sessions on reactor modeling, 3D feature evolution modeling and vibroacoustics.

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