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Application: Sculptor Software Aids in Advanced Aircraft Design
Posted Mon April 07, 2008 @09:33AM
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Application Diamond Aircraft Industries, one of the world’s premier producers of single and twin-engine propeller aircraft and single-engine jet aircraft, is currently developing a single-engine Very Light Jet (VLJ), the “D-Jet”. During the development phase, a suite of advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) technologies is applied in order to speed up the engineering process.

Optimal Solutions Software, LLC, with the use of its unique Sculptor real-time CFD design deformation technology, teamed up with ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies, and used that Company’s FLUENT® software to assist in the CFD optimization of the wing and nacelle of the D-Jet.

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CFD Needed for Data Center Cooling Design?
Posted Mon April 07, 2008 @09:22AM
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News In the article Throwing Off Heat a cooling engineer commented that hot spot problems can be solved by using industry best practices rather than CFD analysis.

Is this true given that heat density in data centers have risen by 600%?

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New Software: Optimal Solutions Introduces SculptorPLUS
Posted Thu April 03, 2008 @04:41PM
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News Optimal Solutions Software, LLC, developer of Sculptor™, the world’s leading CAE real-time design deformation technology, is pleased to announce a major release to its clients: SculptorPLUS™.

SculptorPLUS™ will incorporate the product’s existing features, as well as the below-described attributes, and give the customer the choice to include the T-Spline and/or Grid Clip options described below.

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Events: Computer Aided Engineering for Marine Engineering
Posted Wed April 02, 2008 @10:23PM
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Announcements Zeus Numerix, Mumbai and Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur are jointly organizing a 5 day workshop on Computer Aided Engineering for Marine Engineering at the Department of Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture IIT Kharagpur on May 12th to 16th, 2008.

The workshop and training program is intended for the persons from R & D Organizations, design and development engineers from industries and consultants in the marine industry.

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Application: A New Spin on Cement
Posted Mon March 31, 2008 @03:26PM
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Application By Lucas A. Kostetzer and Leonardo P. Rangel,
ESSS, Florianopolis, Brazil
Joana B. Souza,
Holcim Brazil, Sao Paulo, Brazil

For nearly all products, it can be said that the quality of the raw materials being used in creating those products affects the quality of the final item. In cement production, control of the incoming raw materials influences not only the end product, but also the efficiency of the manufacturing process and its associated costs. If not carefully managed, the size of the solid particles used in creating cement can have a significant effect on efficiency of the cement production line.

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Events: Effective Use of CFD for In-flight Icing Certification
Posted Fri March 28, 2008 @09:39AM
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Announcements Newmerical Technologies International, McGill University and Y-MAX jointly present Effective Use of CFD for In-flight Icing Certification to be held May 26 to 28, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan.

Aircraft, Rotorcraft and UAVs flying through icing clouds encounter the problem of ice formation on critical surfaces, on nacelles and in engines. This can jeopardize flight by altering aerodynamic performance and reducing handling qualities.

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