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Events: Practical Structural & Thermal Management of Electronic & Electro-Mechanical Products
Posted Fri April 17, 2015 @05:40PM
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Announcements Join Wilde Analysis on Wednesday 29th April as we showcase ANSYS' multiphysics capabilities, combining electromagnetic, thermal and structural simulation, relevant to electronics design.

Understanding the thermal behaviour and associated structural response of a component is crucial to the design of an electronics product. From initial concept through to manufacturing, ANSYS simulation plays its part in helping engineers eliminate under-performing proposals, while also providing non-invasive methods for performance assessments of potential designs.

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Events: Discover Better Designs, Faster
Posted Fri April 17, 2015 @03:34PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host workshops in Tulsa, OK and Houston, TX on An Improved Approach for Automating Multidisciplinary Design Exploration.

Imagine achieving better product designs, faster and with less testing or doing a lot of manual work. That kind of workflow process and capability is here now. To experience this for yourself, we are pleased to invite you to a complimentary workshop that will show you how easy design exploration can be.

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Events: Modeling Spillways, Stilling Basins and Hydraulic Controls
Posted Tue April 14, 2015 @10:41AM
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Announcements Flow Science will host Modeling Spillways, Stilling Basins and Hydraulic Controls on May 7th at 1:00pm EDT.

With a long history of successful use within the dam and river hydraulics industry, the CFD software FLOW-3D is a popular modeling tool used by professionals to numerically model the flow in and around hydraulic control and energy dissipation structures. In this webinar presentation, we will answer a series of questions that address the practical application of CFD modeling for dam-related hydraulic structures.

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Events: Advances in Bicycle R&D - Tapping into the Unknown Using Design Exploration and Cloud Computing
Posted Tue April 14, 2015 @01:02AM
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Announcements Join Rescale on April 23rd for a free webinar to learn how to perform large CFD design exploration with HEEDS, STAR-CCM+, and Rescale.

Multidisciplinary design exploration is the next frontier in high performance product development. It is not trivial to overcome the challenge of simultaneously evaluating all relevant physics when creating a high performing product design.

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Events: Pointwise, TotalSim Webinar to Feature Inexpensive, Accurate CFD Results
Posted Tue April 07, 2015 @10:33AM
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Announcements Pointwise and TotalSim will present a webinar entitled Land-Speed Record Attempt Uses High-Fidelity, High-Speed CFD on 28 April at 10 a.m. CDT (GMT − 5).

In 1963, Craig Breedlove set the world land-speed record in the Spirit of America, a record that he would later reclaim several more times in the next two years. Fifty years later, Breedlove has decided that it is time to bring the title back to America.

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ANSYS, Lenovo and OCF Build CFD-ready HPC Appliance
Posted Thu April 02, 2015 @09:38AM
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News UK engineers requiring High-Performance Computing (HPC) power for their Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations can now purchase a pre-configured, easy-to-deploy, ANSYS-ready HPC 'appliance'.

The plug-and-play appliance is available following a unique partnership between engineering simulation software provider ANSYS, hardware vendor Lenovo and high performance cluster integrator OCF.

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