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Business: Fluent Forms Alliance with KBC Advanced Technologies
Posted Fri March 03, 2006 @11:58AM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., the world leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software and services, announces that it has teamed with KBC Advanced Technologies Inc. to provide high end engineering solutions to oil refineries and petrochemical manufacturers. Joint service offerings will focus on improving unit operating performance, reducing operating costs, increasing system reliability, safety enhancement, and pollution reduction.

“We’re excited about this partnership,” said Dave Schowalter, Lead Engineer for Energy at Fluent. “By teaming KBC’s 25 years of experience optimizing unit and refining processes with Fluent’s 25 years of advanced flow simulation, we’re able to help refineries increase processing efficiency by visualizing what is going wrong with their units, then proposing, proving, and providing real engineering solutions.”

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Application: Medicine's Fluid Dynamics
Posted Fri March 03, 2006 @10:29AM
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Application In Medicine's Fluid Dynamics Desktop Engineering chronicles the rise of CFD in the biomedical field. CFD has found application in human physiology research into circulatory and respiratory systems, pharmaceutical delivery, and in design of medical equipment.
Chris Reid, vice president and general manager of the fluids business unit for ANSYS, reports growing use of CFX for heart, circulatory, and respiratory system product development—such items as stents, blood pumps, and inhalers. "Blood flow itself is a multiphase flow problem," Reid says. "Modeling this has become easier with today’s software. We can model multiphase, nonlinear behavior in arterial walls with software for fluid-structural interaction (FSI). An important application area for FSI is medicine delivery in the respiratory tract. Designs for asthmatics require modeling the whole respiratory system."

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Fluent Joins UGS Partner Program
Posted Thu March 02, 2006 @02:17PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., the world leader in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software and services, has announced its partnership with UGS Corp., a leading provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) software and services. Fluent joins the UGS Partnership Program at the Foundation level, and will develop, market, and sell CFD technologies that are seamlessly interoperable with UGS’ NX™ digital product development software.

Paul Bemis, Fluent’s VP of Product Management, notes, “Fluent shares many common clients with UGS and it is critical that both companies partner to meet the needs of these joint customers. Our vision is comprehensive in that we are focusing on the modeling needs of the NX designer and the CFD analyst, simultaneously.”

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Events: ESI to Host Web Seminar on CFD for Semiconductor Applications
Posted Thu March 02, 2006 @11:14AM
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ESI Group ESI, maker of CFD-ACE+, the world’s most Advanced CFD & Multiphysics software, invites you to attend the free webinar on:

CFD-ACE software solutions for Semiconductor Applications
Date: Tuesday, March 7th
Time: 2:00 pm EST, 11:00 am PST

Presenters:

Al Kapadia, Business Development Manager, ESI Group
Abhra Roy, Senior Applications Engineer, ESI Group

During this one hour seminar, ESI’s Al Kapadia will give an introduction to ESI Group and Abhra Roy will demonstrate how CFD-ACE+ provides the ideal environment for Semiconductor conceptualization, optimization, and analysis. He will also showcase CFD-TOPO, a feature scale simulation tool that simulates multi-step surface reactions and solid material shape changes due to chemical reactions. By the end of the webinar, you will have a strong understanding of the benefits gained from using modeling in tandem with your other analysis tools.

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Application: Engineering for the Gold
Posted Thu March 02, 2006 @08:02AM
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Application Desktop Engineering is running an article on Engineering for the Gold medal in bobsled at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games. The US team, traditionally underfunded compared to European teams, is using reverse engineering and CFD analysis for an edge on the track.
"In this age of computer-aided design," says design specialist Bob Cuneo, "[hand forming] was the wrong way to go about it." He knew he needed to create a 3D computer model for a CFD study, but no native CAD data existed for any sleds. Cuneo needed to capture the sleds and athletes in 3D, create a digital model, and find the right CFD solution.

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Fluent Offers Free Collection of CFD Screen Wallpapers
Posted Wed March 01, 2006 @09:50PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Flows of gases and liquids have always had an aesthetic appeal to both the scientific community and to the general public at large; be it a Leonardo da Vinci water sketch, a turbulent Van Gogh sky in Southern France, or a Hiroshige Ando lithograph of a large wave about to engulf an open boat.

The advent of Computational Fluid Dynamics over the last 20 years has amplified this perception of fluid flow phenomena in the mind of the viewer with a range of very colorful visual representations of flows in everyday objects and situations.

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