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Events: Designing High Performance Axial Fans using TURBOdesign Suite
Posted Mon January 11, 2016 @04:49PM
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Announcements ADT will host Designing High Performance Axial Fans using TURBOdesign Suite in two sessions on January 27th.

TURBOdesign Suite has been used by many companies to increase the efficiency, pressure rise, and flow characteristics of their axial fans. In this free 1 hour webinar we will demonstrate the simple design processes which allow very high fan performance to be obtained with TURBOdesign Suite reliably, quickly and easily.

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New Software: SU2 Version 4.1 Released
Posted Sun January 10, 2016 @08:13AM
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News The open-source SU2 package for CFD analysis and design serves not only as a useable example to computational scientists, but also as a common baseline for future development by the entire community. The current open-source model has enabled the leading experts across many technical areas, anywhere in the world, to work together in creating new capabilities that would not have materialized in the absence of collaboration. Today, we demonstrate this once again with the release of SU2 version 4.1 "Cardinal."

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Events: Subsea - Improving Safety and Mitigating Risk through Simulation
Posted Sat January 09, 2016 @05:33PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Subsea - Improving Safety and Mitigating Risk through Simulation on January 28, 2016 in Houston, TX.

Companies are using simulation to understand and reduce equipment failures while simultaneously improving product longevity to reduce operating costs.

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Application: Meshing the 24th IMR Fender® Jazzmaster Guitar and the Abdominal Atlas
Posted Sat January 09, 2016 @12:54PM
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Application By Claudio M. Pita,
Senior Engineer,
Pointwise, Inc.

Last month several Pointwise engineers attended the 24th International Meshing Roundtable (IMR) held in Austin, Texas. We brought two grids generated for two benchmark geometries provided by the IMR steering committee. The grids were made by Carolyn Woeber, Travis Carrigan, and myself. We were pleased to hear that the grids were recognized both for their technical merit and striking visuals – they had won the Meshing Contest award.

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New Software: Mentor Graphics Announces New Release of FloEFD Computational Fluid Dynamics Product
Posted Sun January 03, 2016 @09:39AM
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News Mentor Graphics Corporation has announced the latest release of its leading general purpose, front-loading computational fluid dynamics (CFD) FloEFD solution offering greater accuracy and user productivity.

Updated features in this new version include improved mesh handling, an enhanced transient solver, a robust EDA interface, and an interface to Abaqus Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software for stress analysis.

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Events: Simulating Flow Induced Noise and Vibration for Accurate Modeling
Posted Fri January 01, 2016 @05:36PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Simulating Flow Induced Noise and Vibration for Accurate Modeling on January 19, 2015.

Noise and vibration performance is becoming increasingly important in the design of many products. The noise generated by rotating machines (such as fans, propellers, turbochargers and electric motors), exterior flows (over automobiles, aircraft and launch vehicles) and the transmission of flow-induced noise and vibration through ducts (such as refrigerant lines, mufflers, pipelines, ECS and HVAC systems) can be a nuisance for engineers and customers alike.

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