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Events: New GRID WARS Contest Now Open
Posted Tue October 21, 2003 @01:31PM
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Announcements Engineered Intelligence Corporation (EI) announced a new version of the popular GRID WARS parallel programming challenge, where competing programs written in CxC (“C by C”) fight for survival of the fittest in a grid of processors, will be held live in EI’s Booth #2019 at the SC2003 Conference in Phoenix, November 18-21. HP and Microsoft are sponsoring “GRID WARS Interactive” and are providing the computing platform and prizes.

In EI’s booth, attendees will select from warriors submitted through www.gridwars.com and have their choices loaded into a live GRID WARS Interactive battle, where they will fight for control of virtual parallel processors. Attendees who select winning warriors will be awarded prizes from HP and Microsoft.

Those interested in parallel computing can enter warriors by downloading the Grid Wars Interactive challenge kit from www.gridwars.com, which includes ALL previously submitted warriors. Prizes will be awarded to those who submit the most winning warriors at SC2003. Details available on the web site.

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Events: A Taste of FLUENT
Posted Tue October 21, 2003 @01:25PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc. is pleased to present A Taste of FLUENT – a complimentary seminar for managers and engineers who would like to learn more about Fluent and computational fluid dynamics. A Taste of FLUENT will be held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada beginning on November 10 at 9:30 a.m. and will be followed by four days of full training.

This very special event will commence with a one-day hands-on Fluent experience, during which you’ll get an overview of how Fluent’s customers are using FLUENT. In addition to getting a chance to meet with Fluent’s engineers to discuss your applications and trying out FLUENT for yourself, you’ll have the opportunity to stay for the next four days of training.

For more information, including location and a schedule of events, please visit the seminar website.

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Business: ACUITIV Signs Partnership With Unified Technologies
Posted Tue October 21, 2003 @01:22PM
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News ACUITIV™ Software, the leading provider of next-generation Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) visualization software, today announced a distribution channel partnership with Unified Technologies Pte Ltd. Under the terms of the agreement, Unified Technologies will offer ACUITIV Software’s CFD visualization solution throughout Singapore and Southeast Asia and will provide sales, service and support. This announcement demonstrates ACUITIV Software’s commitment to establishing its global presence in the automotive, aerospace & defense, chemical processing, and energy industries.

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Events: International Symposium on Flow Visualization
Posted Mon October 20, 2003 @10:05AM
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Post Processing You are invited to visit the University of Notre Dame on August 9-12, 2004, for the International Symposium on Flow Visualization (ISFV11).

Plan now to attend this symposium, which will include:

  • Technical presentations on the most current research topics, covering all aspects of flow visualization.
  • Electronic proceedings on CD-ROM available at the Symposium.
  • Invited international guests featured at daily Plenary Sessions.
  • Special events including a "Sunday welcome reception" and a "social banquet."
  • Exhibition of new techniques, information, technologies, and products related to flow visualization.
  • Tour program for spouses and guests.

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Drag Prediction Workshop Results Available
Posted Mon October 20, 2003 @08:14AM
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News The results from the 2nd AIAA CFD Drag Prediction Workshop held in Orlando, Florida June 21-22, 2003 are available.

The workshop had the goal of assessing the state of the art CFD for semi-complex aircraft geometries and consisted of two required and two optional cases using the DLR-F6 [pdf] civil transport geometry. The F6 geometry includes both a wing-body and a wing-body-nacelle configuration. The two required cases were a grid sensitivity study and calculation of the drag polar, both at Mach 0.75. The optional investigations included tripped versus fully turbulent drag prediction and calculation of drag variation with Mach number.

The 2nd workshop drew 22 participants from the North America, Europe and Asia. A number of different grid types and turbulence models were used to calculate a total of 480 solutions using 1.25 years of CPU time.

Some conclusions [pdf] were that that data scatter was percieved to be less than in the 1st workshop, that medium sized grids (~5M points) are adequate, and that fully turbulent calculations are fine for predicting drag variation with speed.

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New Software: Axial Turbine Design Tool Released
Posted Fri October 17, 2003 @08:02AM
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News SoftInWay, Inc. has announced the first commercial release of AxSTREAM™ 2003.10, a powerful software suite that encompasses the complete engineering process of gas/steam axial turbine flow path conceptual design and optimization, and delivers an advanced engineering desktop solution for use in the turbomachinery industry.

The software tool empowers designers to apply a concurrent development approach while solving combined problems of performance, reliability, operating life, and low-cost design process.

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