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Events: Barracuda Virtual Reactor 2016 User Training Dates Announced
Posted Thu December 10, 2015 @06:07PM
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Announcements CPFD Software offers a range of training programs to allow your personnel to become adept at getting the most out of Barracuda modeling. Training is necessary for new users, but can be very beneficial to others in your organization that will work with the primary users and even clients who utilize the technology via engineering services.

The 2016 Barracuda Virtual Reactor® training dates have been announced.

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Events: Thermal Modeling Approaches for Printed Circuit Boards
Posted Wed December 09, 2015 @10:02AM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Thermal Modeling Approaches for Printed Circuit Boards on December 10, 2015.

This seminar will examine the main methodologies for modeling printed circuit boards in thermal simulations of electronic assemblies. The methods vary from fully-detailed models that resolve all the traces to a simplified geometric model with averaged properties. Each method will be described and demonstrated, and the advantages and disadvantages of each approach will be detailed.

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New Software: Mentor Graphics Announces New FloTHERM Product
Posted Wed December 09, 2015 @09:32AM
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News Mentor Graphics Corporation has announced the newest version of its market-leading FloTHERM® product, the industry’s most powerful and accurate computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software solution.

The FloTHERM product was developed to quickly identify potential thermal issues early in the design process to avoid expensive late stage re-design and warranty costs arising from thermal failures in the field.

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New Software: EnSight Introduces EnSight MR
Posted Tue December 08, 2015 @01:48PM
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News EnSight, the leading post-processor for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) data, is making strides into the virtual reality market. In September, EnSight launched its newest product, EnSight MR designed to work with Canon Mixed Reality (MR) headsets.

Mixed Reality is a form of virtual reality that overlays virtual images into any physical environment.

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Events: Automotive Simulation World Congress
Posted Tue December 08, 2015 @10:33AM
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Announcements ANSYS will host the Automotive Simulation World Congress in Munich, Germany on June 7-8, 2016.

Simulation is now an indispensable part of vehicle engineering. Car, truck and off-highway vehicle makers and suppliers worldwide are accelerating innovation with the help of simulation to make vehicles smarter, autonomous, safer, cleaner and efficient. They gather annually at the Automotive Simulation World Congress to share latest advances, examples and best practices in the use of simulation for automotive innovation.

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New Software: NUMECA Steps Further into the Era of Software as a Service with UberCloud Containers
Posted Wed December 02, 2015 @09:58AM
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News NUMECA and UberCloud announce the release of NUMECA’s complete suite of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software powered by UberCloud application software containers, now also available as a service in any cloud.

All major NUMECA Flow Integrated Environment FINE™ software packages such as FINE™/Marine, FINE™/Turbo, FINE™/Acoustics, FINE™/Design3D, AutoMesh™, and FINE™/Open with OpenLabs™ are now also available in an UberCloud Container running on any server and in any cloud.

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