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Events: Special Course - Gridgen Glyph Training
Posted Fri October 14, 2005 @08:28AM
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Announcements Pointwise would like to invite you to a special Gridgen Glyph training course at the 44th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit in Reno, NV. The course is on Sunday, January 8, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Reno Hilton.

Gridgen Glyph is a high-level scripting language built into Gridgen allowing for automation of grid genereration tasks and customized meshing applications. This training course will be composed of both lecture and hands-on sessions. A notebook containing the lectures notes and tutorials will be provided to each attendee.

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ESI Group Developing Aerodynamic Shape Optimization Software
Posted Thu October 13, 2005 @08:28AM
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News ESI Group announces a breakthrough in Simulation Based Design (SBD) by implementing a new technology, called PAM-FLOW™/AS (Adjoint Solver), into its Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solutions for aerodynamic shape optimization.

CFD related optimization is a very demanding task in terms of computational resources. The key advantage of the adjoint solution based method is that it requires fewer design iterations regardless of the number of design parameters, and therefore drastically cuts the number of Design of Experiment (DOE) simulations in the optimization process.

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Explore the QNET-CFD Knowledge Base
Posted Wed October 12, 2005 @10:46AM
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News Experience reveals that, in the industrial context at least, CFD is a difficult technology to apply successfully. The practitioner must be highly skilled and knowledgeable in order to set up and/or select model inputs appropriately, and then to be in a position to interpret the results reliably against design or assessment requirements.

A degree of uncertainty tends to prevail even in the hands of an expert. In short, the practice of CFD must be viewed as a knowledge-based activity. Despite the fact that highly sophisticated CFD analysis codes are widely available, the construction of this all important knowledge base has received little attention until now.

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Ferrari Unveils New High Performance Data Center
Posted Wed October 12, 2005 @10:40AM
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News Fluent Inc., the world leader in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software and services, today announces its participation at a grand opening event in Maranello, Italy, of a new and revolutionary data center dedicated to Ferrari's aerodynamic research & development.

This data center is a clear demonstration of the deployment of an HPC (High Performance Computing) solution delivered by a partnership between Fluent, American Power Conversion (APC) and AMD, and focused on the high-level performance, stability and reliability required to perform external aerodynamic simulations for Formula One Racing.

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Events: CD-adapco Webinar on Fluid Flow Simulations in the BioMed Industry
Posted Tue October 11, 2005 @08:51AM
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News Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has been extremely successful in shortening the design cycles in the automotive and aerospace industry. But is it ready for the complex scenarios faced by today’s BioMedical companies?

At CD-adapco's free of charge webinar, industry experts will discuss this question and tell how simulating flow processes has made a significant difference in their approach to product development.

The webinar will be held October 19, 2005 at 11:00am PDT (2:00pm EDT).

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Events: Workshop in Multiphase Flow
Posted Tue October 11, 2005 @08:45AM
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News We invite you to participate in a multiphase flow workshop November 21-23 hosted by Fluent Sweden. The workshop is intended for CFD engineers who face multiphase flow in their daily routine and are looking for efficient ways of ensuring reliable results.

Multiphase flow covers a wide range of physical phenomena, and the challenge for users is choosing an appropriate model for a particular application from the wide selection of possibilities.

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