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New Software: ESI Releases CFD-ACE+ v2007.2 for Multiphysics Modeling
Posted Wed October 03, 2007 @10:58AM
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News ESI Group, the leading solution provider in physics based simulation software, has released version 2007.2 of its leading multiphysics software CFD-ACE+.

The V2007.2 release supplements the October 2006 release of V2007.0 with significant product enhancements and more than 50 maintenance requests offering increased accuracy, robustness and efficiency. The shorter development cycle is implemented to better serve ESI Group’s customers as they can immediately take advantage of the new features and their benefits.

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Application: Scientists Seek to Protect Marine Ecology with CFD
Posted Tue October 02, 2007 @04:23PM
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Application by Douglas Clark

Oil spills and man made pollutants leap to mind at the mention of endangered sea life and toppled ecosystems, but unknown to most laypeople, an everyday event in the world of maritime transport is actually among the most significant threats to marine ecology today.

Without any of the widespread attention given to a toxic spill, cargo ships and other vessels move from port to port around the world and often quietly introduce non-indigenous species that can wreak havoc in their new habitats.

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Events: CEIViz '08 ExtremeSim Conference
Posted Tue October 02, 2007 @04:10PM
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Announcements Computational Engineering International (CEI) has announced their next user group meeting, CEIViz '08, the second biennial international conference for high-performance simulation. CEIViz ’08 will be held at the Radisson Lord Plaza Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland, September 23-25, 2008.

"CEIViz ‘08 is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to receive training, hear about the world’s most advanced applications, and network with the best international minds in engineering and scientific visualization," says Anders Grimsrud, CEI’s president.

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Events: ESSS South American ANSYS Users Conference
Posted Tue October 02, 2007 @04:02PM
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News The ESSS South American ANSYS Users Conference will be held October 25th and 26th, 2007 at the Hotel Caesar Business Faria Lima, São Paulo (SP), Brazil.

A must-attend event for professionals who want to learn about the latest innovations in computational fluid dynamics and structural analysis. The ESSS South American ANSYS Users Conference will join users of ANSYS, ICEM CFD, CFX and Fluent from all of South America.

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Events: New Trends in CFD Seminar
Posted Thu September 27, 2007 @02:30PM
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Announcements The Danish Society for Industrial Fluid Dynamics invites you to a one day seminar concerning "New Trends in CFD". The Seminar will take place October 3rd, 2007 at Denmark's Technical University (DTU) Building 306, just north of Copenhagen from 9 AM to 4 PM.

The seminar will give an overview of new advances and development in both commercial, open source and university CFD-codes and allow the participant to interact with the developers.

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Events: MARINE CFD 2008
Posted Thu September 27, 2007 @12:23PM
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Announcements MARINE CFD 2008 will be held 26 - 27 March 2008 at Southampton University on the south coast of England.

This International conference will offer delegates an opportunity to meet and discuss the latest developments and practical marine application of CFD. The programme will also include software workshops which will give delegates a chance to participate in and discuss demonstrations of the latest CFD software.

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