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Research: CD-adapco ATOMIC Consortium to Improve Fuel Spray Efficiency
Posted Thu March 19, 2009 @04:50PM
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Announcements CD-adapco, the leading provider of automated flow, thermal and stress simulation to the automotive industry, announces the formation of the ATOMIC project.

The ATOMIC project is focused on developing Computational Fluid Dynamics methods to model the atomization of sprays generated by engine fuel injection systems. The atomization process is critical to the efficiency and emissions of both diesel and gasoline engines.

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New Software: Ceetron Releases New Visualization Software
Posted Thu March 19, 2009 @12:20PM
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News Ceetron AS has just released new versions of GLview Express Writer, GLview Express and the GLview 3D Plugin.

With the release of version 2.0-01 of the GLview Express Writer, Ceetrons OEM partners are now able to write their simulation data results to the new and improved VTFx format.

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OEM Version of FieldView Offered within AcuSolve Environment
Posted Thu March 19, 2009 @12:04PM
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News ACUSIM Software, Inc., provider of the AcuSolve™ family of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solutions, and Intelligent Light, developer of the FieldView™ CFD post-processing and visualization product line, today announce the release of AcuFieldView, bringing a new OEM-bundled version of FieldView to the growing CFD market.

“We are excited to be able to offer industrial-strength post-processing capabilities directly from our software through our partnership with Intelligent Light,” says Dr. Farzin Shakib, ACUSIM founder and president.

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STAR European Conference: 5 Good Reasons to Register
Posted Tue March 17, 2009 @09:43AM
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CD-adapco Time is running out to register for the STAR European Conference. If you haven't registered already, here are 5 reasons why you should attend:

  1. Automation is the theme of the conference. By attending you'll learn the secret of how to use CAE more effectively in your organization: perform more simulations for less effort and begin exploring the whole design spaces rather than a few points.
  2. Top Agenda: Learn from the experts as over 40 leading industrial presenters explore their CAE processes in detail and demonstrate the tangible benefits that they have realized through adopting an automation philosophy for CAE simulation.

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Blue Ridge Looks to Cluster Technology to Boost CFD Performance
Posted Fri March 13, 2009 @09:42AM
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News Develop3D has posted an article describing CFdesign performance on Microsoft Windows HPC networks.

Blue Ridge told me last year that in a single multi core workstation one can expect speed increases in CFdesign of up to 140% (Intel) to 160% (AMD), though I would imagine Intel has now got faster with the introduction of the Core i7, which receives its data directly from system RAM rather than going via a front side bus (FSB).

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Turbulence Modeling Survey
Posted Thu March 12, 2009 @02:39PM
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Announcements The AIAA Turbulence Modeling Discussion Group is conducting a survey of Turbulence Modeling in CFD Today - where it is... where it is headed, etc. Responses will help establish consensus views that may influence the future research priorities of funding agencies.

If you can find some time (10-15 minutes or so), it would be appreciated if you could give your opinions about this important topic. Deadline is March 31.

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