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Business: Flow Science Opens Office in China
Posted Thu May 08, 2008 @01:47PM
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News Flow Science Inc. announces the opening of an office in Shanghai, China for sales and support of its FLOW-3D computational fluid dynamics software.

The local company, FLOW-3D Trading (Shanghai) Co., has taken offices located at 138 Pudong Boulevard in Pudong New Area. FLOW-3D Trading is a limited liability company that is majority owned by Flow Science.

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Events: Optimizing Design and Operation of Hydraulic Structures
Posted Thu May 08, 2008 @01:40PM
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Announcements You're invited to attend a live, online seminar where Flow Science will discuss two successful hydraulics projects utilizing FLOW-3D, a high level simulation tool.

This demonstration will be held Wednesday, May 14 at 1:00 PM EST and covers a successful fish ladder renovation project and the evaluation of a spillway's performance during revised PMF conditions.

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Events: OpenFOAM Training Course
Posted Thu May 08, 2008 @01:35PM
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Announcements An introductory OpenFOAM training course in now scheduled for Thursday 29th and Friday 30th May 2008, at Beaumont House, Windsor, UK.

The Introductory Training course is aimed at CFD engineers with little or no experience of OpenFOAM.

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Application: Computer Visualization Paves the Way for Future Detection and Treatment of Aneurysms
Posted Wed May 07, 2008 @11:05AM
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Application Thousands of people die each year from ruptured brain and aortic aneurysms. These 'bulges,' which occur in weakened areas of blood vessel walls, can rupture without notice, causing serious complications and even death. Finding ways to quickly and accurately diagnose and prevent these conditions before they rupture will ultimately help physicians lower the toll of this deadly condition.

Promising results are emerging from computer modeling initiatives that use computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to help simulate and visualize the flow of blood through the arteries to pinpoint weakened areas.

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Events: STAR-Tutor Virtual Classroom Schedule
Posted Fri May 02, 2008 @04:04PM
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CD-adapco STAR-Tutor is a virtual classroom that enables you to learn more about CFD and CD-adapco's solutions, wherever you are. Whether you are new to CFD, using simulation in a new application area, or picking up a CD-adapco tool for the first time, STAR-Tutor can get you up to speed, fast.

STAR-Tutor's innovative format allows you to fit personal development training around your schedule.

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Business: Autodesk Announces Intent to Acquire Moldflow for $297M
Posted Fri May 02, 2008 @02:51PM
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News Autodesk, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADSK), a leader of design innovation software and technologies, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Moldflow (Nasdaq: MFLO), a leading provider of software solutions that allow designers to predict and optimize how plastic components will perform during each phase of the design and manufacture process.

The transaction will be structured as a cash tender offer for all the outstanding shares of Moldflow common stock, is subject to customary closing conditions including regulatory approvals, and is expected to close in the second calendar quarter of 2008.

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