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Petrobras Extends EnSight Use
Posted Thu March 23, 2006 @03:30PM
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News Petrobras, Brazil’s largest oil supplier, has purchased an additional seat of EnSight Gold, giving the company five licenses of CEI’s extreme visualization software. The sale was made by Engineering Simulation and Scientific Software (ESSS), CEI’s South American distributor and Brazil’s leading supplier of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element analysis (FEA) solutions.

Petrobras uses EnSight Gold to visualize, analyze and communicate CFD simulations of hydrocyclones, the technology employed in the oil industry to classify and perform liquid separation analysis. Petrobras selected EnSight Gold because it quickly and easily handles multiple results files with extensive transient analyses from ANSYS CFX-10 software.

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COSMOSFloWorks Cuts Unnecessary Prototypes from Design Processes
Posted Thu March 23, 2006 @01:34PM
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News Lasers, undersea vehicles, networking gear, and medical devices are just a few of the products manufactured for less money and with fewer quality errors thanks to COSMOSFloWorks™ fluid dynamics analysis software.

COSMOSFloWorks analysis enables engineers to simulate and study the flows of liquids, gasses, and heat through their designs before they commit to building expensive physical prototypes. By simulating the fluid flows, designers can determine whether gasses circulate through a machine as planned, whether heat flows through a product quickly enough to prevent overheating, or whether a product exhibits the expected aerodynamic qualities. If COSMOSFloWorks analysis reveals a problem, designers can modify their design and run more COSMOSFloWorks analysis to determine if it works, rather than manufacturing a new prototype to test each iteration.

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New Software: CoolitPCB v2.0 Adds Traces and Transient Flow Capability
Posted Thu March 23, 2006 @11:32AM
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News CoolitPCB, the price shattering CFD software for board level analysis, is adding major new functionality in its upcoming release. V2.0 will expand to simulate traces, a feature found in no other CFD software. This important addition, from Daat's ongoing enhancement program, will import board artwork directly for thermal analysis.

Also new in V2.0 will be the ability to handle transient flow, which augments the software's the existing capabilities to test for standard JEDEC forced, free convection, slots as well as custom setups. CoolitPCB also reports component junction temperature, case temperature, as well as detailed 3D airflow and temperature distribution.

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CD-adapco Adds STAR-CD Support for PathScale HPC Hardware
Posted Thu March 23, 2006 @08:01AM
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CD-adapco PathScale, the developer of innovative software and hardware solutions to accelerate high performance computing, announced that CD-adapco's STAR-CD application now supports InfiniPath(TM) InfiniBand(TM) Adapters for HTX(TM) and PCI Express(R).

The STAR-CD simulation software is designed for engineers and researchers working in the field of computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Extending support to PathScale InfiniPath enables STAR-CD users to take full advantage of the industry's highest performing cluster interconnect, allowing them to perform larger, more complex CFD simulations while maximizing their return on investment in high-performance computing.

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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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