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Waterman Group to use FLUENT CFD Software
Posted Tue July 06, 2004 @03:50PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Leading mechanical engineering and environmental consultancy, The Waterman Group, has signed an agreement with Fluent Europe Ltd to use its world leading FLUENT CFD software.

The Waterman Group will be applying CFD modelling to areas of its consultancy services including internal ventilation, to design energy efficient natural ventilation schemes, and external flow modelling, which allows the company to accurately predict pedestrian comfort. The company has been involved in the design of a number of major projects, both in the UK and abroad. FLUENT CFD software is currently being used to predict airflow movement to assess occupant comfort for an atrium design study at Saint Katharines Dock (K2) in London, and to model internal ventilation for the White City project in London.

Commenting on the new deal, Vartan Moskofian, Associate designate at The Waterman Group, says: "CFD modelling is an increasingly important aspect of our consultancy services as it allows us to assess a design at the conceptual stage before it is built. However, as with all things, the quality of the tool being used is important to get the right result and in FLUENT we believe we have the best there is."

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Paper on SIMPLE/R Algorithm Available
Posted Mon July 05, 2004 @01:27PM
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News Maciej Matyka has updated his paper titled "Solution to Two-Dimensional Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations with SIMPLE, SIMPLER and Vorticity-Stream Function Approaches. Driven-Lid Cavity Problem: Solution and Visualization."

It is available in a PDF format on his home page.

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Ansys Engineers Financial Success
Posted Mon July 05, 2004 @01:04PM
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News The financial site Motley Fool has written a glowing review of ANSYS's finances which have met estimates for 26 consecutive quarters. It's nice to see engineering analysis companies mentioned in the financial media and for once the press is rewarding a company for having long-term goals rather than managing for short-term profit.

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New Software: PathScale, Absoft Offer Development Tools for AMD64
Posted Tue June 29, 2004 @08:12AM
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News techman wrote:

PathScale and Absoft Corporation have announced the results of a collaborative engineering initiative to assure optimum compatibility and interoperability between the PathScale EKO Compiler Suite for Linux-based AMD64 compatible systems and the Absoft Fx2™ Fortran/C/C++ Debugging Solution.

"Absoft has worked closely with PathScale to achieve seamless interoperability between our respective products, and we are now certifying the PathScale EKO Compiler Suite version 1.2 for use with our Fx2 Debugging Solution for Fortran and C/C++," said Wood Lotz, president of Absoft. "Internal tests at Absoft have verified that the advanced optimizations of the PathScale compilers are really quite fast and we are comfortable recommending our Fx2 Debugging Solution with PathScale compilers to Linux application developers."

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Make an Olympic CFD Splash on Your Computer Screen
Posted Tue June 29, 2004 @07:23AM
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ANSYS FLUENT Celebrate the 2004 Summer Olympic Games and CFD’s advances in aiding the world of elite sport in performance enhancement and competitive advantage with Fluent Inc. Fluent Inc. has created a unique computer wallpaper with a split CFD/underwater image depicting the young American swimming prodigy, Michael Phelps.

Michael Phelps is aiming to emulate the unsurpassed feat of the 1972 US Olympian, Mark Spitz by bringing the US home at least 7 Gold medals in the Athens Swimming Pool. While doing this, Phelps will be wearing a Speedo Fastskin FSII swimsuit, designed in no small part by the use of the FLUENT CFD code. The FLUENT CFD code has been utilized extensively to carry out a huge range of hydrodynamic flow simulations around specific elite athletes. The split CFD/underwater image of Phelps used in the Wallpaper perfectly shows how contours of frictional drag on Phelps' body while he is in the glide position can be simulated to a lifelike resolution today. This is an exciting milestone in the development of applying CFD to real world competitive scenarios.

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PTC Names Blue Ridge Numerics “Software Partner of the Year”
Posted Mon June 28, 2004 @02:07PM
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CFdesign The recent PTC/USER World Event in Nashville, Tennessee, provided the stage for PTC, the Product Development Company™, to announce Blue Ridge Numerics is the company’s Software Partner of the Year.

Blue Ridge Numerics was selected from more than 200 software and technology partners for providing innovative and high quality products and for its support of the PTC customer base.

"We're honored to recognize the winners of this year's awards," said Dick Harrison, PTC president and CEO. "We appreciate their investment in PTC and its products and their commitment to superior product development."

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