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Events: Simulation World 2022
Posted Wed March 16, 2022 @05:12PM
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Announcements It's back! Join ANSYS at Simulation World to discover how simulation enables creators to explore limitless possibilities and take advantage of digital transformation opportunities.

Simulation World 2022 is the first in a series of events planned for this year designed to inspire and educate executives, engineers, R&D, and manufacturing professionals about how engineering simulation strategies are helping innovators Take a Leap of Certainty to bring their world-changing ideas to life.

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Sauber Group F1 Partnership With Accelleron Includes CFD Project
Posted Mon February 28, 2022 @10:19AM
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News Sauber Technologies and Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN have joined forces with high-performance engineering brand Accelleron, to exchange insight, principles and processes that will support innovation across all three organisations.

Accelleron is the brand name for ABB Turbocharging, a global leader in heavy duty turbocharging for diesel and gas engines, providing sustainable and reliable power to the marine, energy and rail sectors. The partnership will focus on technical collaboration between Accelleron and Sauber Technologies, while Accelleron also becomes an official partner of Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN in the FIA Formula One World Championship.

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Application: Researchers Produce Detailed Simulation of Heart Valve Flow
Posted Thu February 10, 2022 @08:46PM
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Application Researchers at Rice University in the US and Waseda University in Japan have collaborated to simulate flow through a working ventricle-valve-aorta geometry.

In this research, Tayfun Tezduyar, Prof. Mechanical Engineering at Rice University, and his colleagues at Waseda University in Japan tackled what he said is one of the toughest problems in biomechanics: a way to accurately characterize the flow of blood around and through the heart’s valves, taking into account the flow details near the surfaces of the valve’s three leaflets along the way.

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The Data Center Digital Twin
Posted Tue February 08, 2022 @07:51PM
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News In A deeper look at the digital twin, Sherman Ikemoto, Managing Director of Future Facilities, covers the history of Computational Fluid Dynamics and what it means for data center simulation.

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How Buro Happold, FLSmidth, and Rimac Automobili Moved Their CFD Simulations to the Cloud
Posted Sun February 06, 2022 @07:30PM
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News If you are in the middle of your corporate digital transformation journey, and you are aiming to also include your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) environment, you might consider CFD in the Cloud too.

But moving HPC workstations, servers, and applications to the cloud yourself requires expertise, people, and time, and trying this yourself might come with high risk.

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New Software: AZORE® CFD Takes the Stage With Its New Release
Posted Fri February 04, 2022 @01:21PM
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News The latest release of the exciting new CFD software, AZORE® 2022R1, contains a host of incredible features that will make you think twice about your current software package for CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics).

Azore has always had high performance computing that competes with the most expensive CFD options on the market. But now, Azore also offers a novel way to tap into the solution data even while the solver is running.

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