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Events: ADT Pump and Fan Design Workshop
Posted Thu December 29, 2005 @10:35PM
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Announcements Advanced Design Technology (ADT), the global leader in advanced turbomachinery design codes are pleased to announce a two day aero/hydro-dynamic design training workshop for incompressible flow turbomachinery applications, such as Pumps and Fans. The workshop will be held in London on 3-4 April 2006.

ADT will introduce the inverse design process and compare the benefits over conventional design methods. The workshop will enable the participants to apply the unique features of TURBOdesign-1 3D inverse design code, coupled with TURBOcfd in the Aerodynamic and Hydrodynamic design of their own specific blade row under the supervision of ADT’s experienced design staff.

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Education: Fluent Contributes to Fluid Mechanics Textbook
Posted Sun December 18, 2005 @10:52PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., world leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software and services, announced today its contribution to the new undergraduate engineering textbook by James Wilkes; Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers, Second Edition, with Microfluidics and CFD, published by Prentice Hall.

This Second Edition is a revision of the best selling fluid mechanics book for chemical engineers. Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at the University of Michigan, Dr. Wilkes has authored several textbooks in the area of numerical methods and this latest book provides a comprehensive overview of numerical methods specific to the field of fluid mechanics.

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New Software: FLUENT 6.3 Beta Release Shows Improved Linux Performance
Posted Thu December 15, 2005 @03:40PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., the world leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software and services, today announces that the recently released beta version of its flagship flow simulation software, FLUENT 6.3, includes significant performance improvements on the Linux operating system (OS), stemming from the adoption of Intel® C++ Compiler 9.0 for Linux.

Using the Intel C++ Compiler, FLUENT 6.3 beta has been compared to nine typical CFD examples and shows performance improvements ranging from a few percent up to as much as 50%.

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New Software: CFturbo Version 5 Released
Posted Wed December 14, 2005 @08:53AM
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News A new version of CFturbo has been released in November 2005. CFturbo V5 is an affordable, easy-to-use turbomachinery design software for high-quality radial and mixed-flow pumps and fans including volutes.

The software has interfaces to all relevant commercial CAD-systems and meshing software packages in order to streamline the turbomachinery design and recomputation process.

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HP to Offer Pay-Per-Use CFD Service
Posted Mon December 12, 2005 @09:58AM
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News HP has unveiled utility computing services that enable multiple customers to access HP's dedicated, publicly available computing resources at variable prices.

By using HP Flexible Computing Services, companies can quickly acquire additional IT resources as needed. The cost-per-unit pricing is ideal for customers with compute-intensive jobs that can outstrip the capacity found even in very well-equipped IT environments.

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Testing, CFD at Center of Shuttle Foam Ramp Debate
Posted Fri December 09, 2005 @05:36PM
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News NASA managers plan to meet next week to discuss whether to ship a shuttle external fuel tank to Florida in early February without so-called PAL ramp wind delectors in hopes wind tunnel tests and computer modeling will prove the ramps aren't needed to shield external pressurization lines and a cable tray from aerodynamic buffeting.

"The thing that I'm keenly interested in is the actual test data," LeRoy Cain, manager of launch processing at the Kennedy Space Center, said. "The CFD, it will either confirm or not confirm whatever the test data says is right. But that flow field is non intuitive. It's extremely complex."

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