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Application: Cradle scSTREAM Used to Improve Environments for Preserving Cultural Artifacts
Posted Tue April 05, 2016 @03:05PM
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Application Modern museums go to great lengths to preserve cultural artifacts from degradation. Degradation can be caused by temperature, humidity, light, erosion, and/or chemical substances. However, temperature and humidity are often linked to the other factors and are frequently the most most important for preservation management.

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Events: Using Engineering Software to Teach Heat Transfer
Posted Tue April 05, 2016 @03:04PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Using Engineering Software to Teach Heat Transfer on April 12th.

In this webinar, Professor Milovan Peric, co-author of Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics, will demonstrate how engineering software can be integrated with traditional curriculum to improve the understanding of conduction, radiation, convection and CHT.

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Events: The Stanford Solar Car Project's Race for Aerodynamic Efficiency
Posted Fri April 01, 2016 @08:29AM
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Announcements Chasing the Sun 3000 km across the Australian Outback is a challenge. And doing it in a solar powered vehicle is an even bigger challenge. But every two years teams from around the world converge on Darwin, Australia to make the journey to Adelaide in the solar powered cars they have engineered specifically for the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.

Pointwise, the Stanford University SU2 Team, and Tecplot will host a free webinar describing Stanford Solar Car Project history and the engineering challenges faced on Tue, Apr 5, 2016 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PDT.

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Events: Online Rotor Dynamics Training Course Preview & Short Lecture
Posted Thu March 31, 2016 @10:59AM
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Announcements SoftInWay will host a 1-hour preview of our 3-day class where we will discuss how rotor dynamics is a crucial part of turbomachinery design, analysis and redesign to ensure continuous reliability as well as how appropriate training is necessary in order to prevent very, very, costly design errors from happening (broken shafts for example).

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Events: Upcoming Classroom Training on FINE/Open with OpenLabs & HEXPRESS/Hybrid
Posted Thu March 31, 2016 @09:02AM
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Announcements New upcoming Classroom Training Sessions are available at NUMECA’s offices in Brussels, Belgium.

Session topics include:

  • April 11th: Introduction to industrial CFD with FINE™/Open
  • April 12th: HEXPRESS™/Hydrid
  • April 13th to 15th: Basic & Advanced training on FINE™/Open with OpenLabs

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Application: Ring of Fire
Posted Tue March 29, 2016 @08:29AM
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Application By Pablo Filgueira Rodeiro,
Senior Manager Simulation-Based Design,
Whirlpool Corporation, São Paulo, Brazil

The design of gas burners for cooktops is challenging because of the many design parameters involved. The geometry of the port where the flame is produced, the injectors that provide gas and air to the ports, and the grates that support the ports ― as well as the relationship between the ports and the metal surface of the appliance ― all play roles in determining how well a burner will perform.

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