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Events: Fluent Announces Advanced Automotive Training Series
Posted Wed March 22, 2006 @08:52PM
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ANSYS FLUENT If you're an engineer working in the automotive industry, this training series is designed to help you efficiently and effectively delve into advanced applications you may have never tried before.

Deeper levels of analysis often reveal the ‘root cause’ of problems so you can optimize the design to get more accurate answers to your engineering queries, turnaround product designs in less time, and ultimately win the competitive advantage. All classes are held at the Fluent training center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Events: Free Rapid Flow Modeling Workshop for the Auto Industry
Posted Tue March 21, 2006 @07:32PM
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ANSYS FLUENT The free rapid flow modeling workshop for the automotive industry titled Moving CFD Into the Design Process: An Inside Look at FloWizard will be held Friday, April 21, 2006 from 10am-2pm at St. John's Conference Center, Plymouth, MI USA.

Get a live demonstration of FloWizard, plus see several case studies showing how top automotive companies are using this software to move CFD onto the desktops of design engineers to minimize product costs while increasing product quality. Participants qualify for a free software trial.

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New Software: Solid Modeling Available in Latest Release of Gridgen
Posted Tue March 21, 2006 @03:47PM
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Grid Generation Pointwise announces the latest release of their CFD meshing software, Gridgen Version 15.09, featuring the addition of solid modeling and solid meshing.

Solid meshing, the ability to import, assemble, and mesh solid models in the CAD data, complements Gridgen’s long-used fault tolerant meshing. Both approaches provide the analyst with tools for handling sloppy CAD geometry.

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Events: Introduction to Tecplot 360
Posted Tue March 21, 2006 @12:14PM
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Post Processing Join Tecplot on March 22nd at 11:00am PST for a half-hour introduction to its upcoming CFD post-processing software release, Tecplot 360.

Tecplot 360 combines vital engineering plotting with advanced data visualization. With one tool you can analyze and explore complex datasets, arrange multiple XY, 2- and 3-D plots, create animations and communicate your results to colleagues and management with brilliant, high-quality output.

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Preparing for a Fluid Simulation
Posted Mon March 20, 2006 @06:10PM
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News CFD software is now easier to use, faster, and more effective. That is the conclusion of an article by Algor's Bob Williams on Preparing for a Fluid Simulation.
CFD analysis is much easier to complete thanks to the automatic modeling of fluids based on CAD designs. While structural models transferred easily from CAD into FEA, flow analysts previously had to model the fluid part of the system in FEA. Now, the software models the fluid based on the geometry of the structure.

The full article appears in Machine Design.

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New Software: CD-adapco Announces the Release of STAR-CD V4
Posted Mon March 20, 2006 @03:04PM
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CD-adapco CD-adapco has announced the release of the latest version of their flagship Computational Fluid Dynamics package, STAR-CD.

STAR-CD V4 brings new state-of-the-art solver technology to the STAR-CD community, without compromising the advanced modeling and complex physics capabilities for which STAR-CD is the undisputed market leader. By using the latest polyhedron-based finite volume technology, STAR-CD V4 delivers significant benefits in speed, robustness and usability.

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