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Fluent Announces Partnership with Enductive Solutions
Posted Tue September 18, 2001 @09:37AM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent has announced that it has joined Enductive Solution's Solution Alliance Partnership program. Enductive Solutions provides custom-built CAE solutions to clients seeking to optimize their CAE process.

As a Solution Alliance Partner, Fluent will contribute its CFD technology and know-how to the Enductive products.

"We like to see our flow modeling tools being utilized in a comprehensive CAE context," says Fluent's Director of Third Party Relations, Barbara Hutchings. "Enductive creates solutions for its clients that integrates CFD and a whole variety of other analysis tools in an environment that makes it easy for engineers to succeed.
Enductive Solutions, a subsidiary of Aavid Thermal Technologies, recently entered a collaborative partnership with ANSYS to develop custom CAE applications.

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CEI Opens New Office
Posted Tue September 18, 2001 @09:34AM
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Post Processing CEI, makers of the post-processing package EnSight, officially opened their new office in Apex, North Carolina with an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony. The guests received demonstrations of EnSight running on sterographic displays, a Beowulf cluster, and a makeshift CAVE.

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2001 ICEM CFD Automotive User's Conference
Posted Tue September 18, 2001 @09:13AM
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Grid Generation ICEM CFD Engineering will host a one-day conference highlighting the use of their meshing tools in the automotive industry. In addition to their general purpose meshing tools, the conference will highlight their application specific tools for in-cylinder combustion modeling, passenger cabin modeling, and HVAC duct and register modeling.

On the day following the conference, ICEM will offer two half-day short courses on their Tetra and Hexa products.

The conference will be held October 9, 2001 in Novi, Michigan. Contact Nancy Calhoun for conference information at (734) 953-9000.

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Multiphysics Course on Semiconductor Modeling
Posted Mon September 17, 2001 @04:24PM
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ESI Group Christine Frieder writes "CFDRC is offering a Multiphysics class on Semiconductor Modeling directly following the Semicon Southwest 2001 show in Austin, TX. The class will be held at the Radisson Town Center October 18-19, 2001. Check out http://www.cfdrc.com for details."

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September 11, 2001
Posted Fri September 14, 2001 @11:45AM
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Comfort the injured, mourn the dead, punish the guilty. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve. ... Our military is powerful, and it's prepared.

-- U.S. President George W. Bush

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CD adapco Releases Solver Support for HP Itanium Workstation
Posted Fri September 14, 2001 @09:35AM
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CD-adapco The CD adapco Group has released a version of their STAR-CD software which natively supports HP Intel Itanium-based platforms.
With the performance growth path IA-64 promises over current RISC and IA32 technologies, our customers have the potential to run far more complex simulations than ever imagined.
While the STAR-CD release supports HP-UXi only, HP Itanium-based workstartions are available running HP-UXi, Windows XP, and Linux.

The Itanium processor was co-designed by HP and Intel to excel at technical computing. Important features of the Itanium are EPIC (Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing) which allows instructions to run in parallel within the processor and 64-bit computing which allows for faster execution of 8 byte (double precision) floating-point calculations and increases memory address space dramatically (HP supports up to 64MB of RAM currently).

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