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NUMECA and Gmsh Inventors Announce an Exclusive Partnership in World-Class Meshing
Posted Thu July 23, 2020 @08:02AM
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News NUMECA and Gmsh are pleased to announce the establishment of an exclusive partnership for creating an industrialized and commercialized version of the world-leading open source grid generation toolset Gmsh.

Through this partnership, NUMECA and Gmsh's inventors will co-develop a professional version of Gmsh, Gmsh-Pro, within NUMECA’s multiphysics environment OMNIS™, extending its capabilities in terms of performances, ease-of-use and CAD links, to a wide range of new applications in CAE and multiphysics.

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Application: Aerosol Modeling Targets Sinus Inflammation
Posted Wed July 22, 2020 @08:44AM
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Application Researchers at South Dakota State University are using CFD to model aerosol sprays designed to help patients with chronic sinus problems.

New instructions for using nasal sprays may help deliver at least eight times more inflammation-reducing medicine to diseased sinus tissues, according to South Dakota State University assistant mechanical engineering professor Saikat Basu.

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Events: Developing Next Generation Products with Powerful, Cost Efficient CFD Solutions
Posted Mon July 20, 2020 @04:23PM
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Announcements Altair will host the free webinar Developing Next Generation Products with Powerful, Cost Efficient CFD Solutions on July 22nd at 10am CEST.

With a line-up of inspirational speakers and industry experts, this free to attend online event will demonstrate how leading companies such as Fiat, Vortex and Volkswagen, are exploiting the latest multi-disciplinary CFD solutions to optimize gearbox oiling, analyzing tank sloshing, perform rapid external aerodynamics studies, predict and reduce undesirable wind noise and much more.

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Application: Pointwise Enables Accurate CFD for Nuclear Reactor Rod Bundles
Posted Tue July 14, 2020 @05:26PM
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Application Pointwise has released the case study, Pointwise Enables Accurate CFD for Nuclear Reactor Rod Bundles, explaining how Michael Böttcher of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology leverages Pointwise meshing techniques to enable accurate computational fluid dynamics (CFD) results for nuclear reactor rod bundles at stringent convergence levels, which cannot be achieved with automatic "free" meshing alone.

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Application: What Makes Calculation of Full Port Ball Valve Flow Coefficient Challenging?
Posted Tue July 07, 2020 @12:13PM
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Application Often valve manufacturers face the challenge that their valve's flow coefficient, Cv, is less than those of competing manufacturers.

Many resources are spent on valve design only to end up with an under performing valve during experimental testing.

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New Software: Latest Pointwise Release Includes 5X Faster Surface Meshing
Posted Wed July 01, 2020 @04:11PM
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News The latest release of Pointwise’s computational fluid dynamics (CFD) mesh generation software accelerates its surface meshing process by up to a factor of five on benchmark grids.

"'Accelerate' is one of our three main development thrusts," said John Chawner, Pointwise’s president. "Anything we can do to speed-up the software improves the user’s experience and shrinks the time required to generate a CFD mesh."

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