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Business: CFX Joins PTC Alliance Program
Posted Tue February 26, 2002 @06:44PM
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ANSYS CFX CFX announced today that it has established an enterprise software partner alliance (ESP) with PTC, The Product Development Company. CFX has selected PTC because of its product breadth and depth that satisfy the design needs of every type of manufacturer. Through PTC's ESP program, CFX will improve customers' efficiency and profitability by delivering outstanding CFD solutions and support.
"CFX is committed to providing the flexible interfaces to geometry creation tools that will increase productivity and decrease the design cycle to make our customers more successful. The ability to directly import CAD geometry from a powerful CAD package such as Pro/ENGINEER provides our customers with tremendous time and cost savings compared to other less direct import methods. Together with PTC, we are helping customers develop superior products," commented Dr. Brad Hutchinson, Vice President of CFX Mechanical Engineering.
CFX-5 best in class software from CFX, contains very powerful tools and efficient features, such as CAD interfaces to read geometries directly from leading CAD systems such as Pro/ENGINEER without losing information. This feature along with meshing flexibility, superior solver technology, scalable parallelization and qualitative/quantitative post-processing make CFX-5 an advanced and easy-to-use CFD tool.

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Events: Fluent UGM 2002
Posted Mon February 25, 2002 @06:49PM
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Announcements This year's Fluent User Group Meeting will be held June 10-12, 2002 at the Holiday Inn - Manchester, New Hampshire.

Attendance at Fluent's annual Users' Group Meetings gives our users a chance to interact with the top echelon of CFD users in the world. Come to this year's annual UGM and learn how others in industry are applying CFD, meet with our technical staff, and provide your input to the future development of the software you are using.

This year's meeting will include pre-meeting training seminars, as well as product reports, a comprehensive lecture series on specific applications, and the ever-popular user presentations. The CFD pavilion returns, featuring exhibits by our hardware and software partners, posters by Fluent engineers, and product information. Also, an exciting new session will highlight our new web-based solutions program.

Visit http://www.fluent.com to register and/or learn more about this year's meeting.

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New Software: Hanley Announces WingAnalysis Plus, Student-Edition
Posted Mon February 25, 2002 @06:45PM
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News Hanley Innovations, a small business specializing in aerodynamics and fluid dynamics software development for education and industry, announced today the release of a special Student-Edition of WingAnalysis Plus, Version 1.1. WingAnlaysis plus runs on a PC under Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP.

The student edition is a response to several requests for an educational version of the WingAnalysis Plus Package. Like the Lite Version of VisualFoil ($69.00), the Student Version of WingAnalysis Plus is offered at a substantial discount over the Full Version with an introductory price of $95.00 US. This price will be available until March 15, 2002. After this date, the price will be increased to $129.00 US.

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Events: STAR-CD and CHEMKIN Training
Posted Wed February 20, 2002 @06:45PM
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CD-adapco The CD adapco Group and Reaction Design are hosting two training courses in April at the london office of the CD adapco Group. The first course will focus solely on the CHEMKIN Collection of software, while the second one will introduce the possibilities of STAR-CD and CHEMKIN.

For more information, please visit www.cd-adapco.com/company/events.

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Events: 11th Int'l Meshing Roundtable Call for Papers
Posted Mon February 18, 2002 @09:43PM
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Announcements The call for papers for the 11th International Meshing Roundtable is now on-line at http://www.IMR.sandia.gov/.

Papers are due 01 May 2002 for this year's conference, to be held 15-18 September 2002 in Ithaca, New York, USA on the campus of Cornell University.

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New Software: STAR-Works - Mainstream CAD with CFD
Posted Fri February 15, 2002 @10:18AM
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CD-adapco At the SolidWorks Conference 2002, Las Vegas, the CD adapco Group announces the release of a new product, STAR-Works, which for the first time fully integrates a leading Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) code with a no-compromise intuitive CAD front end. As the name implies, SolidWorks combines the best in class features of STAR-CD and SolidWorks. It aims to meet the demand of engineers for a single CAD and CFD solution to speed product development, cut costs and improve product quality.

SolidWorks is well established as the market leader in desktop solid modelling offering unmatched performance, value, leadership in innovation and the largest community of users. No other CAD system allows you to get product design work done as quickly and accurately. STAR-CD is recognised for its powers and capabilities as a multipurpose industrial CFD code, arguably it is the technology leader for CFD. The code offers unrivalled ability to handle complex geometries, a wide range of physical models, and fast, accurate solver technology.

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