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Future of Commercial CFD
Posted Tue April 29, 2008 @11:13AM
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News syguy writes "Having previously covered 2 sides of the commercial CFD triangle with Origins of Commercial CFD and the Evolution of Commercial CFD, it's only fitting that we complete the triangle with a final article on the Future of Commercial CFD. Let recent consolidation of the commercial CFD market and analogies with the CAD market serve as our guides."

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Events: 2008 International ANSYS Conference
Posted Tue April 29, 2008 @11:09AM
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ANSYS Get Inspired...at the 2008 International ANSYS Conference.

ANSYS believes simulation leads to inspired engineering. We see evidence of this every day as we engage with our customers around the world. Join us at the 2008 International ANSYS Conference August 26 to 28 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. and see for yourself how ANSYS is enabling a whole new level of inspired engineering.

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The CFD Pain Survey
Posted Tue April 29, 2008 @10:44AM
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News Optimal LLC invites you to participate in a simple three-question survey inquiring about significant pain or bottlenecks associated with your CFD applications. It is called: The CFD Pain Survey

Based on survey results, Optimal wishes to identify a few articulate alpha-software testing partners to assist us during the product development stage of our software. This is your opportunity to provide direct input toward software aimed at reducing your CFD pain.

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Application: Speedo Improves High Performance Swimsuit with ANSYS Software
Posted Thu April 24, 2008 @02:43PM
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Application ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced that 35 swimming world records have already been broken by athletes wearing a new high-performance swimsuit designed using engineering simulation software from ANSYS.

The Speedo® LZR RACER® suit, developed for elite swimmers and launched in February this year, has been proven in testing to optimize swimmer performance better than any suit to date. Seventeen out of 18 world records were broken at last week's FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) alone, suggesting the Speedo LZR RACER suit will make the headlines at the Beijing games.

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New Software: Flow Science Announces Release of FLOW-3D/MP Version 3.0
Posted Tue April 22, 2008 @09:02AM
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News Flow Science, Inc. announces that a new release of the distributed memory version of its FLOW-3D computational fluid dynamics software is now available.

FLOW-3D/MP v3.0 provides users with more efficient execution and faster simulations while continuing to deliver the same highly-accurate results that users are accustomed to with FLOW-3D.

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New Software: New Fluent for CATIA V5 Extends CFD Modeling Capability
Posted Mon April 21, 2008 @04:28PM
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ANSYS ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced the release of version 4.0 of its FLUENT® for CATIA® V5 rapid flow modeling software.

This new release delivers class-leading computational fluid dynamics (CFD) technology from ANSYS to engineers working within Dassault Systèmes CATIA V5 software environment. In addition to performance improvements, this release of FLUENT for CATIA V5 adds important new physics models to its analysis capabilities that extend the types of products for which performance optimization is possible.

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