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New Software: Introducing CFdesign for PTC Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0
Posted Fri February 15, 2008 @04:35PM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics today announced the immediate availability of CFdesign for Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0, providing a parametric CAD-driven flow and thermal analysis environment ideally suited for mechanical, thermal, and mechatronics design engineers. Providing added flexibility for PTC customers, this new edition of CFdesign also supports CoCreate OneSpace 3D.

A long-time PTC Platinum Partner Solution, CFdesign for Pro/ENGINEER empowers engineers who want answers early in the process and don’t have time to work through the inherent barriers found in traditional CFD.

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CD-adapco's German Office Moving
Posted Fri February 15, 2008 @04:30PM
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CD-adapco On Friday 15th February CD-adapco will close the door for the final time in Nürnberg's HDI Tower, the place that CD-adapco Germany has called ‘home’ for more than a decade.

The reason? CD-adapco has outgrown its old home and is moving to a plush purpose built office in the new state-of-the-art Nordostpark development, located close to Nürnberg airport.

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Application: Predicting Transformer Hot Spots Using Multiphysics Simulation
Posted Thu February 14, 2008 @05:34PM
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Application By Jacek Smolka and Andrzej J. Nowak,
Silesian University of Technology,
Gliwice, Poland

Electrical transformers transfer current from one circuit to another. Their primary purpose is to reduce the voltage in the electrical energy that is being delivered in order to supply devices at appropriate voltage level.

Transformers normally consist of multiple sets of coils, also known as windings, which wrap around a ferromagnetic core. The coils are responsible for either inducing a magnetic field or assuming a transferred, induced current created by that magnetic field. This process results in high temperatures (hot spots) in the core and coils, which directly influence power losses and durability.

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Researchers Receive Film Award for Computer-Generated Fluids
Posted Tue February 12, 2008 @11:27AM
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News Stanford Computer Science Prof. Ron Fedkiw, along with collaborators Nick Rasmussen and Frank Losasso Petterson from the special effects firm Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), were awarded the Scientific and Engineering Award by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences for work on computer-generated fluids.

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Application: Detective Work Solves Zinc Smelter Puzzle
Posted Fri February 08, 2008 @04:38PM
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Application Thorough detective work by CSIRO researchers has helped identify the cause of unusual brick degradation in a Tasmanian zinc smelter.

Although the plant has been operating since the 1960s, the brick degradation was a relatively recent phenomenon.

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Application: Computer Animations Help Astec Engineers Pave the Way
Posted Thu February 07, 2008 @02:14PM
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Application Road trips are an integral part of American culture. From the pioneers who expanded westward to Jack Kerouac’s classic chronicle of the Beat Generation, On the Road, Americans have always been on the move. Where would we be without Nat “King” Cole crooning about “Route 66? We’d be lost without Bob Dylan’s seminal “Highway 61.” We heed the call of the asphalt and don’t look back until we’re ready to turn around.

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