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Pointwise Celebrates 15th Anniversary
Posted Fri November 13, 2009 @04:45PM
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News Pointwise, Inc., the leading, independent provider of mesh generation software and services for computational fluid dynamics (CFD), celebrated its 15th year on Nov. 11.

“Today we marked a significant milestone,” said John Chawner, Pointwise’s president. “Fifteen years ago we dedicated ourselves to solving the top problem facing CFD engineers – mesh generation. We have been very fortunate to have grown consistently through the years and to have assembled an extremely talented and professional staff. However, it’s only when we look at what our thousands of customers have accomplished that our achievement becomes clear.”

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New Software: SymLab RANS Flow Released
Posted Fri November 13, 2009 @04:41PM
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News Symscape is pleased to announce the new SymLab RANS Flow add-on for Windows and Linux as part of the latest release of SymLab (v2.0).

SymLab is a unified simulation environment which can be extended using add-ons into a complete Computer-Aided Engineering system for fluid flow analysis.

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New Software: Flownex Simulation Environment
Posted Fri November 13, 2009 @04:24PM
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News Flownex International has announced the Flownex Simulation Environment -- the culmination of three years of development of Flownex.

Flownex SE is more than just an update of Flownex, in many respects it is a complete redevelopment resulting in the evolution of Flownex into a complete simulation environment. Flownex SE will allow users to develop better solutions for their design and optimization problems in a shorter space of time; delivering a higher level of savings in the design and development process.

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Events: RBF Morph Info Day
Posted Fri November 13, 2009 @04:13PM
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News The staff of RBF Morph will be present at the RBF Morph Info Day on the 24th of November at the Ansys Italia office, Largo Augusto 7 20122 Milano.

This is a unique opportunity to see RBF Morph in action!

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Events: Plastics Workshop
Posted Fri November 13, 2009 @04:03PM
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News ANSYS will host a Virtual Prototyping for Polymer Processing Workshop on Monday November 16, 2009 13h30 in Belgium

Join this seminar and learn how companies in your market are relying on ANSYS solutions to transform their leading-edge design concepts into innovative products and processes that work. Experts from ANSYS will be sharing with you years of expertise and experience regarding simulation techniques and design methodologies in the area of plastics and rubber.

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Business: ADT Announces Nfotec as Distributor for India
Posted Fri November 13, 2009 @04:00PM
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News Advanced Design Technology, Ltd. or ADT, global leader in the development of advanced turbomachinery design methods, which help not only to shorten development time but will also improve the performance of turbomachinery components, is pleased to announce the appointment of Nfotec Digital Engineering (division of SIKA Interplant Systems Ltd) as distributor of ADT products and services in India.

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Heatsink 101: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know
Posted Tue November 10, 2009 @12:31PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Heatsink 101 on Nov 18, 2009 from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM US/Eastern.

During this 45 minute presentation, we will focus on how heat sinks work and how to design a heat sink while considering all the critical factors such as size, airflow, cost and attachment methods.

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