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New Software: Tecplot, Inc. Releases Tecplot 360 2008
Posted Mon January 07, 2008 @08:10AM
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News Tecplot Inc., the developer of Tecplot data visualization and technical plotting solutions, announces the immediate availability of Tecplot 360 2008, its flagship product for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and numerical simulation visualization.

One of the more significant new features is Python scripting, which was created specifically for engineers who require additional analysis (FFTs, splines, statistical functions, etc.) or more scripting flexibility.

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Events: CD-adapco to Showcase Surface Wrapping Technology and Simulation of Ice Protection Systems
Posted Sun January 06, 2008 @10:16PM
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CD-adapco CD-adapco, long time exhibitors at the AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, will be bidding farewell to Reno by unveiling STAR-CCM+ V2.10 which incorporates the latest in flow, thermal and stress simulation technology for the aerospace industry.

The 46th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit will be held between 7th and 10th of January 2008 at the Grand Sierra Resort Hotel, Reno, Nevada.

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Application: Ventilating Giant Railway Tunnels
Posted Fri January 04, 2008 @08:17PM
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Application By José Carlos Arroyo and Pedro Luis Ruiz,
INECO-TIFSA, Madrid, Spain; and
Yannick Ducret and Roberto Garcia,
ANSYS, Inc.

Sunny beaches filled with sunbathers may be the first thing that comes to mind when imagining Spain. However, the reality of its geography is a lot more variable. In fact, the Iberian Peninsula sports many mountain ranges that largely hinder the development of complicated infrastructure, such as the high-speed rail network that is planned to connect Spanish urban areas.

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Flomerics Sells Electromagnetics Business, Will Focus on CFD
Posted Thu December 20, 2007 @03:36PM
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News Flomerics will sell it's electromagnetics business to Computer Simulation Technology GmbH (CST) for a cash consideration of £1.6 million.

Following the sale of the EM Business, Flomerics will have a greater focus on fluid flow simulation. The directors believe this will enable it to maintain a strong competitive position in the area of electronics cooling, where the Company is world leader, and to take better advantage of the EFD products acquired through Nika, which are applicable to wider applications of fluid flow simulation.

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Business: Flowmaster & P+Z Engineering Form Strategic Partnership
Posted Thu December 20, 2007 @10:05AM
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News Flowmaster Group and P+Z Engineering today announce the signing of a strategic partnership agreement to develop and market integrated solutions for the modelling and simulation of Thermo Fluid System Simulation Software.

The integrated solutions will leverage P+Z’s expertise in the area of Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning for the Automotive and Transportation industries and will enable both parties to explore new and exciting opportunities.

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New Software: FENSAP-ICE 2007-2008 Adds New Physical Models
Posted Thu December 20, 2007 @09:59AM
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News Newmerical Technologies International (NTI) is pleased to announce the release of FENSAP-ICE 2007-2008.

FENSAP-ICE is the most comprehensive in-flight icing simulation "system", using 3D CFD-based technology in all its modules. It is successfully used at major aircraft/rotorcraft/jet engine companies, worldwide.

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