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Application: CFD Used in Novel Compressor Design
Posted Tue July 15, 2008 @07:29AM
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Application A Eureka Magazine article describes the development of a new compressor design using CFD analysis by Imperial Consultants – the spin-off consulting arm of Imperial College’s mechanical engineering department.
Its basic principle is that the rotor moves round the inside of the pumping chamber in such a way that air is forced outwards towards the periphery and through valves by the space between rotor and chamber narrowing down to a pinch point. “The idea is to combine the low mechanical losses of a centrifugal compressor with the high gas compression efficiency of a reciprocating compressor” says John Hammerbeck.

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Events: CEIViz '08 Speaker List Announced
Posted Tue July 15, 2008 @07:21AM
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Announcements CEI announces the training and technical program for CEIViz ‘08, the second international conference for high-performance visualization. CEIViz ‘08 will be held at the Radisson Lord Plaza in Baltimore, MD, September 23-25, 2008.

The second biennial conference will offer training and tutorials on CEI’s EnSight visualization software, technical papers on leading-edge applications, and forums for formal and casual networking.

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Events: NAFEMS World Congress 2009 - Call for Papers
Posted Tue July 15, 2008 @07:17AM
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Announcements NAFEMS, The International Association for the Engineering Analysis Community, today launched a Call for Papers for the NAFEMS World Congress 2009 (NWC09), which will take place on June 16th -19th 2009 on the island of Crete, Greece.

NWC09 will be THE International Congress on Simulation Technology for the Engineering Analysis Community. The Call for Papers gives all those involved in engineering analysis and related disciplines the opportunity to present at this world-renowned biennial Congress, and ensure that they are part of the largest and most respected independent engineering analysis event on the calendar.

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Business: EnSight Visualization Suite to Be Distributed in Israel by J-Rom Ltd.
Posted Fri July 11, 2008 @02:35PM
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News Computational Engineering International (CEI) announced today a partnership with the Israeli firm J-Rom Ltd. to distribute the American developer’s software throughout Israel.

Best-known for its industry-leading EnSight software, CEI produces a full range of software applications for the scientific and engineering community covering all aspects of simulation, including plotting, process workflow, animation, and visualization.

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Application: Cutting-edge CFD Simulations Take Cancer Research to a New Dimension
Posted Fri July 11, 2008 @02:25PM
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Application By Kara L. Gray,
New Horizon Consulting

Sixteen milliseconds – one-fifth the speed of the blink of an eye – can mean the difference between life and death for millions of people. How can such a miniscule amount of time have such a profound effect on so many? That’s about how long it takes for one infinitesimal cancer cell to adhere to a new location within the body. In as little as a day, a new tumor is born in a phenomenon known as metastasizing.

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New Software: ACUSIM Announces Support for Windows CCS
Posted Fri July 11, 2008 @02:21PM
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News ACUSIM Software, Inc. today announced that its AcuSolve™ computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solver now supports Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 (CCS), providing mainstream computer aided engineering (CAE) users access to a robust, scalable, fast and accurate CFD solution in the Windows high-performance computing (HPC) environment.

“Customers need solutions that help them solve complex, multidisciplinary design problems,” said Shawn Hansen, director of the HPC Marketing Division at Microsoft. “Microsoft and ACUSIM are working closely to bring a Windows-based high-performance computing solution to CAE users to address these needs.”

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