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Dr. Richard Johns to lead CD-adapco's Internal Combustion Engine Team
Posted Tue April 05, 2011 @09:19AM
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News CD-adapco announced today the formation of a new Internal Combustion Engine Team, to be led by Dr. Richard Johns, a globally recognized expert in bringing advanced automotive engine CFD to industry for over 35 years.

In his new role as Vice President of the Internal Combustion Engine Team, Richard will be in overall control of all aspects of CD-adapco’s engine simulation technology, including STAR-CD v4 solver development, pre and post processing development, ICE related technical support, testing and project management.

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Events: Hundreds of Designs from One Mesh
Posted Tue April 05, 2011 @09:11AM
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Announcements Optimal Solutions, the leader in real-time volumetric design optimization, invites you to How To Get Hundreds Of Designs For The Cost (And Time) You Spend Getting A Single Design" to be held April 6, 2011.

Do you spend hundreds (or thousands) of hours creating your simulation and analysis models? How much time and money would you save if you could easily create hundreds of variations of those models and use them to quickly find your best designs?

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New Software: Wake Resolution Added to Pointwise's Hybrid Mesher
Posted Mon April 04, 2011 @05:15PM
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News Pointwise announces the latest release of its Gridgen computational fluid dynamics (CFD) meshing software, featuring an update to the T-Rex hybrid meshing technique that allows for the resolution of wakes and other off-body flow phenomena.

"T-Rex gives customers the ability to generate hybrid meshes for complex geometry with clustering in the near-body boundary layer region," said John Steinbrenner, vice president of research and development at Pointwise.

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New Software: Flow Science Announces Release of FLOW-3D Cast
Posted Mon April 04, 2011 @03:15PM
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News A special version of FLOW-3D designed specifically for casting process simulation is now available from Flow Science. FLOW-3D Cast is the latest CFD software to join Flow Science’s product family, which includes FLOW-3D, FLOW-3D ThermoSET, and its flagship software, FLOW-3D.

FLOW-3D Cast features highly-accurate flow and solidification results; dynamic meshing for easy model setup; material libraries for metals, molds, filters and risers; and extensive postprocessing capabilities all accessible from a user interface designed by casting engineers for casting engineers.

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SPEED's Electric Machine Software to Complement CD-adapco's STAR-CCM+
Posted Tue March 29, 2011 @02:10PM
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News CD-adapco, the leading provider of CAE engineering simulation tools for fluid dynamics and heat transfer, announced today at its STAR European Conference 2011 that it has reached an in-principle agreement with the University of Glasgow to acquire the university’s electric machines design code, SPEED software.

On completion of legal agreements, the pioneering electric machines design code, SPEED software, will join CD-adapco’s established line of CAE tools.

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Events: Introduction to AutoBlade v8.9-1
Posted Tue March 29, 2011 @12:57PM
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Announcements Join NUMECA International for a webinar Introduction to AutoBlade™ v8.9-1 on Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 9 AM CET.

AutoBlade™ is an advanced and easy-to-use parametric modeller dedicated to the design of rotating and stationary turbomachinery blades and channels.

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