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Events: Integrating the FlowLab into Engineering Curriculum
Posted Fri September 23, 2005 @12:43PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Faculty involved with instruction of the thermal sciences, including fluid mechanics, transport phenomena, and related lab activities - this webinar is for you! Join Fluent for a special webinar entitled "Integrating the FlowLab Virtual Fluids Laboratory into Engineering Curriculum". The webinar will take place on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 2 p.m. EST.

Core Objective

This webinar will inform the audience about the core capabilities of Fluent’s virtual fluids laboratory, FlowLab. Case studies will be reviewed to highlight how this student-friendly CFD tool has been used at the University of Iowa, at Penn State University, and by other North American universities.

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New Software: CD-adapco Releases STAR-CCM+ Update
Posted Fri September 23, 2005 @08:54AM
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CD-adapco CD-adapco is proud to announce the release of version 1.08 of STAR-CCM+, "the next generation CFD solution". Users will be able to benefit from the solver's very latest developments, including speedup and solution accuracy.

STAR-CCM+ is unique in the current CFD marketplace. The combination of CD-adapco’s polyhedral cell technology, an easy-to-use front-end and state-of-the-art object-oriented, client-server software, means STAR-CCM+ empowers Engineers to solve their flow and thermal problems like no other CFD code. Polyhedral cells have the synergistic properties of quick and easy meshing (even with the most complex geometries) showing significantly improved solution accuracy over tetrahedral methodologies, while using less memory.

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New Software: ADT Releases TURBOdesign-2
Posted Fri September 23, 2005 @07:49AM
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News Advanced Design Technology the global leader in advanced turbomachinery design codes, are pleased to announce the commercial release of TURBOdesign-2 Version 1.0.0.

TURBOdesign-2 is an Aerodynamic design code for application to turbomachinery blades; the software is based on a 3D viscous transonic inverse design method. TURBOdesign-2 has been developed mainly for the design of turbomachinery components such as transonic fans where shock and boundary layer interaction effects are significant.

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Events: CD-adapco’s STAR European Conference 2006 - Call for Papers
Posted Wed September 21, 2005 @07:29AM
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CD-adapco On the 20-21st of March 2006, CD-adapco will once again hold the highly successful STAR European Conference in London.

The two-day event will include presentations on CD-adapco’s latest CFD software developments and industrial applications, as well as product demonstrations, workshops and an exhibition of Hardware and Software partners. CD-adapco Users in Europe will present the results of their work and share their experiences.

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New Software: SoftPredict Announces the COSILAB_Lib Plug-In
Posted Wed September 21, 2005 @07:27AM
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News SoftPredict, a subdibision of Rotexo GmbH & Co. KG, the leader and visioneer in reaction modeling, has announced a new module COSILAB_Lib which is an off-spring of the industry standard COSILAB.

SoftPredict’s COSILAB_Lib is a ready-to-use plug-in for user-written one-, two- or three-dimensional CFD codes in either the Fortran, the C or the C++ programming language. It handles arbitrarily complex gas-phase chemistry in flow simulations including combustion, exhaust gas after-treatment, and pollutant formation. The new software benefits from an easy-to-use graphical user-interface that - as in COSILAB - handles preprocessing of thermodynamic and molecular databases, and of reaction mechanisms -- all in the most popular and internationlly accepted data formats.

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Application: Riding on Air with CFX Simulation
Posted Fri September 16, 2005 @02:46PM
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Application By John Purnell
Senior Engineer
CDI Marine Systems Development Division

CDI Marine Systems Development Division (CDIMSDD, formerly Band, Lavis, & Associates, Inc.) used computer simulation to design the lift fans and propellers for a proposed large air cushion vehicle (ACV) in a fraction of the time that would have been possible using prior conventional methods. The proposed ACV will be used in transporting cargo and passengers, and is designed to carry twice the payload of the present craft. CDIM-SDD was assigned the task of designing new propellers capable of delivering about twice the power of the present propulsion system. There was also a requirement to design new lift-air supply fans capable of developing additional pressure and flow to support twice the payload.

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