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New Software: CEI's Reveal Extreme Visualization Player Offers New Japanese Language Support
Posted Mon August 20, 2007 @03:37PM
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News Computational Engineering International (CEI) announced today that the latest version of Reveal, the companyís extreme visualization player, now includes full Japanese-language support. All menu items, dialog boxes, and help messages can easily be set to default to either Japanese or English at the userís choosing.

KGT Inc., which distributes CEIís software products in Japan, was responsible for the Japanese translations and worked with CEI to complete the project. Because Revealís graphic interface takes advantage of the Qt toolkit, the time and effort needed to complete the localization were greatly reduced.

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MSC.Software Acquires pioneerSOLUTIONS
Posted Tue August 14, 2007 @11:40AM
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News MSC.Software, the leading global provider of enterprise simulation solutions, including simulation software and services, today announced the acquisition of pioneerSOLUTIONS, Inc.

Through this acquisition and the SimEnterprise open SOA, MSC.Software is able to deliver to its customers, an all-inclusive platform for multidiscipline simulation including fluids, structures, thermal, acoustics, motion and mechatronics.

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Application: CFD Used to Assess Shuttle Tile Damage Threat
Posted Tue August 14, 2007 @11:22AM
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News The foam-damaged heat-shield tiles on the belly of the shuttle Endeavour do not represent a Columbia-class threat of catastrophic failure during re-entry, the chairman of NASA's Mission Management Team told reporters today. John Shannon said the issue is more a matter of whether post-landing repairs might be needed that could delay Endeavour's next flight or whether it might make more sense to stage a relatively simple spacewalk repair job to give the shuttle additional margin during re-entry.

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Events: Call for Papers - OpenFoam International Conference 2007
Posted Tue August 14, 2007 @11:13AM
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Announcements The OpenFOAM International Conference will be held the 26th and 27th of November 2007 in London, UK.

Authors are invited to submit abstracts of up to 300 words, including title and author contact information. Abstracts may be submitted via the online form at

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Events: Metacomp User Group Meeting Ė Call for Presentations
Posted Tue August 14, 2007 @11:10AM
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Announcements Metacomp's User Group Meeting will take place at the Embassy Suites Mandalay Beach Resort, Oxnard California on September 25th and 26th, 2007. We would like to invite all our current and future customers as well as our software/hardware partners to attend.

We would also encourage your active participation in the presentation segment so that you can share your unique experiences with our software. We are pleased to announce that there is no registration fee for the event.

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Application: Microturbine Improved Using Flow Simulation Software
Posted Wed August 08, 2007 @09:55AM
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Application Ingersoll Rand Energy Systems has improved the plenum manufacturing process of the MT250 microturbine engine by using the EFD family of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software from Flomerics to develop a simple design that outperforms the earlier more complex design.

In the past, evaluating new designs required expensive rig testing which made it impractical to evaluate a wide range of alternatives. "With EFD software, on the other hand, we were able to evaluate 15 different alternatives very quickly and without cutting any metal," said Toni Stamenov, Design Engineer for Ingersoll Rand Energy Systems.

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