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3Dlabs Takes Top Spot in NT Graphics
Posted Tue May 15, 2001 @03:04PM
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Hardware 3Dlabs has been announced as the Workstation Graphics Leader in a recent NT/Windows 2001 Workstation Market Study.
"Professional workstation users are increasingly demanding graphics products that are specifically engineered for professional graphics applications, rather than games chips pressed into service as makeshift workstation solutions," said Osman Kent, president and CEO of 3Dlabs. "3Dlabs is at the forefront of this trend, as indicated by this most-recent market share data. We believe that our continued focus on professional requirements will result in further growth in market share for 3Dlabs graphics accelerators going forward."

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SIM2001: Trade Fair on Simulation and Visualisation
Posted Tue May 15, 2001 @02:46PM
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Announcements SIM2001, an international trade fair on simulation and visualization, is scheduled for June 17-21, 2001 in Freiburg, Germany.
Simulation is a key technology for the manufacturing industry in the next decade. SIM 2001 is the answer to the needs of the new European market place in this field.

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M.I.T. CFD Conference
Posted Tue May 15, 2001 @02:41PM
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Announcements The First M.I.T. Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics will be held June 12-15, 2001 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA U.S.A.
Mission of Conference: To bring together Industry and Academia & To nurture the next generation in computational mechanics

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Exa Seminar: The Next Generation of CFD Tools
Posted Tue May 15, 2001 @02:23PM
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Exa Exa's Chief Scientist, Dr. Hudong Chen, will discuss their unique Digital Fluids approach at upcoming seminars in Germany and France.
Time Accuracy, Turbulence & Complex Geometries
May 30, 2001 Stuttgart, Germany - 9:30AM - 2:30PM
May 31, 2001 Paris, France - 9:30AM - 2:00PM
Esteemed Professor Stephen Orszag,Ph.D. and Exa's own Chief Scientist Dr. Hudong Chen will discuss LES, time accuracy,heat transfer, and the fundamentals of the Lattice Boltzmann-based approach. Case studies on real engineering solutions using Exa PowerFLOW will also be presented.

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Fluent Releases TGrid 3.4
Posted Mon May 14, 2001 @05:02PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent has released an updated version of their popular unstructured meshing tool.
TGrid 3.4 has the ability to automatically refine surface meshes that are in close proximity; this solves one of the most common problems of unstructured meshing in complicated geometries. New commands in TGrid 3.4 aid in defining resolution, giving the engineer more control than ever over the quality of surface meshes.
The press release also mentions that prism layers can now be grown along non-planar boundaries. In addition, a unique mesh intersection command has been added which allows two surface meshes to be grafted together.

TGrid 3.4 is available now from Fluent Inc.

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Geometry Aquisition: 3D Cloud of Points Meshing
Posted Fri May 11, 2001 @04:00PM
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News Technodigit has developed a software library which automates the geometry aquisition process for legacy parts.

Using their 3DReshaper software, a cloud of points (eg. from a laser sensor) is optimally meshed to a user specified tolerance. The mesh can then be exported in a number of formats for use in geometry definition for computational analysis.

A tool like this could reduce the time required to analyze an "as built" part, as well as, increase the accuracy of such a simulation.

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