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Events: UK FIELDVIEW 12 Seminar
Posted Wed June 06, 2007 @09:12AM
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Post Processing Applied Computing & Engineering will be holding free seminars on 21 June 2007 (Manchester, UK) and 26 June 2007 (Reading, UK) to demonstrate the new FIELDVIEW 12 software, review the current FIELDVIEW product suite and introduce you to new tools that will change the way you think about presenting your CFD and FEA results.

FIELDVIEW has been used by analysis professionals for over 15 years and continues to be the choice for people who want to gain a full understanding of analysis results, quickly and easily; automate and Customize post-processing to save time & increase quality; present results with powerful images and animations that make an impact.

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Events: Low-Cost Optimization of Flue Gas Desulfurization Equipment
Posted Mon June 04, 2007 @01:33PM
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News ANSYS, Inc. will host a webinar describing how CFD can help you Get The Most From Your Existing Pollution Control Equipment on July 10, 2007 at 2:00 pm EST.

With the high expense of compliance for SOx limits in the Clean Air Interstate Rule (CAIR), operators are looking for low-cost methods to get the most from their existing pollution control equipment. This may avoid the significant capital expenditures of new equipment, or may add revenue by allowing the sale of SOx credits.

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German Automotive Manufacturers Assess Viability of Predicting Flow-Induced Noise
Posted Mon June 04, 2007 @12:14PM
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News A preliminary assessment of the viability of CAE methods for predicting types of flow-generated noise (of primary concern to customers in the automotive sector) has been completed by a joint working group comprising Audi, BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Porsche and Volkswagen.

CD-adapco and Exa Corporation were invited two years ago to participate in the programme for aeroacoustics simulation of duct flow noise and sunroof buffeting. The Working Group has invested significant resources to acquire experimental data on an elbow-bend / flap configuration and generic sunroof model, including pressure spectra, mean and dynamic flow visualization.

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Visualization: CEI and University Freiburg Partner to Bring Medical Imaging Community New Techniques
Posted Mon June 04, 2007 @11:57AM
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News Computational Engineering International (CEI), world leader in visualization for science and engineering, and the Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Medical Physics at the University of Freiburg, Germany, announced today a partnership that will bring new visualization techniques to the medical imaging community, making it possible for researchers to use CEIís EnSight software to conduct advanced blood flow visualization and analysis with conventional DICOM data.

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New Software: Hanley Releases MultiElement Airfoils 3.0
Posted Thu May 31, 2007 @05:06AM
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News Hanley Innovations, a leader in the development of interactive PC software for aerodynamics conceptual design and analysis, announced the availability of MultiElement Airfoils 3.0.

MultiElement Airfoils is a Windows based computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software package for analyzing airfoils and other two-dimensional shapes placed in close proximity to each other simply by using a mouse to drag the objects to their desired locations.

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Events: CD-adapco STAR Americas Conferences
Posted Thu May 31, 2007 @05:03AM
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News Have you had the chance to experience Extreme CAE in action? Now you can.

Attend the CD-adapco STAR Americas Conference in both Detroit (June 25-26, 2007) and Seattle (June 28, 2007) and see how we have, once again, taken simulation to the next level and removed barriers between flow and stress.

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