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Events: Computational Flow Dynamics, Microfluidics and Applications Seminar
Posted Mon November 27, 2006 @10:46PM
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Announcements Ozen Engineering, Inc. will deliver an applied CFD seminar on December 2nd at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California.

Ozen Engineering, technical leaders in the CFD simulation field, will share the technology and its applications in different industries. The intended audience of this seminar is engineers and managers who are developing understanding of applied CFD and use of commercially available software tools.

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Application: Concurrent Engineering Helps Meet Thermal Challenges of High Speed Design
Posted Mon November 27, 2006 @10:38PM
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Application With each successive generation of Cisco products, increases in functionality and speed have increased thermal design challenges. In response, Cisco Systems has defined a temperature aware design flow that significantly improves co-design between electrical and mechanical engineers.

“The new concurrent electronic/thermal engineering approach has reduced the time required to identify and solve thermal problems, making it practical to address thermal issues at an earlier stage in the design process,” said Herman Chu, Technical Leader for Cisco Systems, San Jose, California. “It appears that the five days that was required in the past to evaluate a prospective board design from a thermal standpoint can be reduced to only two and a half days or less.”

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Events: International Oil and Gas CFD Conference
Posted Thu November 23, 2006 @12:27PM
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Announcements There is now less than two weeks left to register before the International Oil and Gas CFD Conference opens in London on November 30th, the first event of its kind to be held in the UK.

A final agenda has been announced highlighting an impressive array of keynote speakers from industry leading global companies including Shell, BP, Halliburton, NATCO, EniTechnologie, and Pluere. The IOCC will be one of the single biggest gatherings of CFD industry practitioners within the Oil and Gas and Petrochemical industries, ever.

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New Software: CFdesign V9 - A Faster Way from MCAD to Solutions
Posted Wed November 22, 2006 @05:56PM
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CFdesign CFdesign V9 Upfront CFD software from Blue Ridge Numerics enables engineers to set up and view first-pass fluid flow and heat transfer simulations in minutes while generating high-fidelity design reviews up to 20 times faster than with previous versions. Developed for multi-tasking mechanical, electro-mechanical, and thermal engineers, V9 also offers new analysis features to increase innovation during new product development.

“The two greatest requirements among engineers in our marketplace are speed and innovation,” says Ed Williams, president of Blue Ridge Numerics. “There is no other CFD package on the market that allows an engineer to go from 3D concept to an innovative, production-ready design as quickly and efficiently as CFdesign V9.”

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Events: Analysis of Subsonic Fluid-Structure Interaction and Supersonic Store Separation
Posted Wed November 22, 2006 @05:46PM
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Announcements Tecplot Inc. and Fluent Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of ANSYS, Inc., offer this free webinar, Thursday, Nov. 30, to demonstrate the combined power of their respective software solutions in tackling fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems and transient flow problems.

The first example highlighted will be an FSI problem involving a 3D sailplane wing. The flow solution from FLUENT and the structural solution from ANSYS communicate via SCAI’s MpCCI routine. The presenters will show how the flow variables and the structural stresses/deformations can be visualized and animated at the same time using Tecplot 360.

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New Software: New FLUENT for CATIA V5 Extends PLM-Embedded Analysis
Posted Tue November 21, 2006 @12:39PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of ANSYS, Inc., has announced the upcoming release of Version 2 of FLUENT® for CATIA® V5. The new release, planned for customer shipment during December 2006, will extend the range of fluid flow simulations that can be accomplished within the V5 PLM environment and will include enhanced automation for rapid performance-based evaluation of design alternatives.

Developed by Fluent as a member of the CAA V5 Software Community Program, FLUENT for CATIA V5 delivers the ANSYS vision of simulation-driven product development to customers working within the V5 PLM environment.

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