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Events: High Performance Post-Processing of FLUENT Data
Posted Wed February 21, 2007 @06:30PM
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Announcements Get more from your FLUENT simulations using FIELDVIEW.

Attend this special webinar and learn how to use FIELDVIEW to post-process your FLUENT simulation data.

Event date: Tuesday February 27th, 2007 1PM ET

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Events: International Aerospace CFD Conference - Final Call for Papers
Posted Wed February 21, 2007 @11:29AM
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Announcements ANSYS Inc., organizer of the first International Aerospace CFD Conference (IACC), has issued a final call for papers. This prestigious event will be one of the largest forums worldwide for the aerospace and defense CFD community offering a rare opportunity to share knowledge and network with other practitioners within the industry. Every presenter is entitled to free registration for the event.


The IACC has already received submissions/abstracts for papers from some of the world’s leading edge aerospace engineering companies. However, there is still time to submit an abstract before the deadline this week on 23rd February. A broad range of papers is required and abstracts are welcome from any organization or company using ANSYS/Fluent software.

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Ford Chooses Harpoon to Speed Up Complex Underhood Simulations
Posted Tue February 20, 2007 @03:36PM
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News Volvo Cars and Ford of Europe have selected Sharc’s advanced meshing solution, Harpoon, as a key element of their Underhood Thermal Management (UTM) simulation strategy.

Following a detailed benchmarking programme carried out by Volvo in Sweden, Ford selected Harpoon over other meshing solutions for its speed, ease of use and ability to deal with complex geometry. This latest decision further strengthens Sharc’s relationship with Ford, which already uses Harpoon in other areas of the business.

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2007 ANSYS U.S. Regional Conference Series: CALIFORNIA
Posted Fri February 16, 2007 @06:45PM
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News Simulation has become a critical element of the product development process. To stay on top of the latest developments, engineers, analysts and management from all disciplines of CAE will attend the 2007 ANSYS U.S. Regional Conference Series: CALIFORNIA to learn about the future of engineering design simulation and analysis.

The conference is the second of four regional meetings that will bring together ANSYS, Inc. and Fluent Inc. customers, prospective customers and employees following the ANSYS acquisition of Fluent. The conference is scheduled for April 3 – 5, 2007 in San Diego, CA.

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New Software: Transparency that Illuminates Data
Posted Fri February 16, 2007 @05:06PM
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Post Processing Computational Engineering International (CEI) announced today an industry first with the latest release of EnSight DR, an extreme visualization tool that now allows users of distributed computing to accurately and rapidly render complex transparent objects.

The new distributed rendering technology breaks through significant computing barriers, making for fast and cost-effective transparent renderings that were once impractical in a distributed-computing environment. Scientists and engineers working with large and complex datasets can now take advantage of the new technology to visualize multiple transparent layers on any object.

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Business: What happened to Advantage CFD?
Posted Fri February 16, 2007 @05:00PM
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News It appears that the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) consultancy to the cars is gone. Advantage CFD’s website now hosts the following message:
Following a review of Advantage CFD activity, the provision of external CFD consultancy services will be terminated on 31 March 2007. This will enable the Honda Racing F1 Team to devote all of its CFD resources to its race objectives.

The history of Advantage CFD.

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