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Events: Using Microsoft Compute Cluster Server for CAE
Posted Thu March 29, 2007 @04:39PM
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Announcements The webcast "HPC Goes Mainstream" will focus on the transition to cost-effective compute clusters for improved, scalable application performance for users of high performance technical or commercial computing applications and disciplines.

The one hour seminar will be held Tuesday, April 24, 2007 at 2:00 pm (EST).

Learn how new approaches in high-performance compute clusters and operating environments have opened the door for a much simpler and cost-effective strategy to meet demand for faster processing and turn-around times in engineering and computational modeling tasks.

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Application: CFD Used to Develop Impulse Ventilation for Car Parks
Posted Thu March 29, 2007 @08:51AM
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Application Ventilation of covered car parks is essential for removing harmful vehicle exhaust fumes and providing assistance to fire fighters by clearing smoke in the event of a fire. Ventilation using impulse fans has been in use in Europe for more than 10 years and is becoming increasingly popular in the UK.

CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) is now being increasingly used in the design of car parks for modelling the carbon monoxide distribution and concentration as well as the thermal gradients and smoke densities in the event of a fire.

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Navier-Stokes Equations - Greatest Ever?
Posted Thu March 29, 2007 @08:32AM
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News syguy writes: A survey performed by the Institute of Physics voted Maxwell’s equations and Euler’s identity the greatest equations of all time. I guarantee if you posed the same question to mechanical engineer’s the Navier-Stokes equations would figure near the top, probably second to Newton’s F = ma.

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Business: CEI's EnSight Visualization Suite to Be Distributed by LEAP
Posted Mon March 26, 2007 @02:46PM
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News Computational Engineering International (CEI) has announced that the Australia-based firm LEAP Australia will distribute all of the American developer’s visualization software in both Australia and New Zealand.

Best-known for its industry-leading EnSight software, CEI produces a full range of software applications for the scientific and engineering community covering aspects of simulation including meshing, plotting, process workflow, animation, and visualization.

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Events: NAFEMS World Congress 2007 – Preliminary Agenda
Posted Mon March 26, 2007 @12:42PM
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News NAFEMS, The International Association for the Engineering Analysis Community, has announced the preliminary agenda for its 11th International Congress to be held in Vancouver, Canada, on May 22nd-25th, 2007. With as many as four parallel sessions running over three days, the Congress is sure to provide great benefit to all those involved in simulation, FEA, CFD, MBS and CAD/CAM.

The Congress will bring together world leading industrial practitioners, consultancies, academic researchers and software developers with a common interest in engineering analysis. ABAQUS/SIMULA are Principal Sponsors of the 2007 Congress, and the AIAA are co-sponsors.

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Events: Hybrid Autos - Addressing Cooling System Design Challenges
Posted Thu March 22, 2007 @04:32PM
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Announcements Flowmaster presents a complimentary educational online seminar that will focus on using system-level simulation to solve common design challenges for cooling and HVAC systems for hybrid vehicle applications.

The 45-minute seminar will be held Thursday, March 29, 2007 at 1:00pm CDT.

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