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Business: CD-adapco Announces Jean-Claude Ercolanelli as Vice President, Product Managment
Posted Thu October 11, 2007 @10:55AM
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CD-adapco CD-adapco, leading global provider of full-spectrum engineering simulation solutions for fluid flow, heat transfer and stress announces that Jean-Claude Ercolanelli, former Product Manager for STAR-CCM+ and STAR-CAD Series, has been appointed CD-adapco Vice-President, Product Management, effective from Oct.1, 2007.

Jean-Claude Ercolanelli has performed a series roles of increasing responsibilities in Business Development and Product Management over the past 18 years in renowned CAE companies. He will report to Steve McDonald, President of CD-adapco, and be responsible for executing the company's long-term CAE Solutions strategy and near-term product deliverables.

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Events: 2007 ANSYS Power Generation Conference
Posted Thu October 11, 2007 @10:53AM
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Announcements 2007 ANSYS Power Generation Conference
Co-located with POWER-GEN International
December 10, 2007
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
New Orleans, LA

Please join us and learn about the latest in ANSYS products for the power industry. This is your opportunity to network with other ANSYS users, and to learn how your peers are leveraging ANSYS FEA, CFD, and multiphysics software to optimize new technologies, perform safety analyses, and ensure retrofit success.

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New Software: Pointwise Releases Next Generation Mesher
Posted Mon October 08, 2007 @12:26PM
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Grid Generation After more than 4 calendar years and over 25,000 person hours of development time, Pointwise, Inc. today released its next generation meshing software, named Pointwise.

Pointwise cuts the time to generate high-quality CFD meshes through its flat, intuitive graphical interface that gives rapid access to the powerful meshing techniques Pointwise, Inc. engineers have developed over the last 23 years. In addition, it provides shortcuts through the meshing process like a new automated assembly procedure that builds three-dimensional volume grids from a jumble of grid components with a simple click of a button. Pointwise's usability is further enhanced by a multiple-level undo and redo capability with a user configurable number of levels.

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New Software: New PumpLinx Improves Pump Design Simulation
Posted Thu October 04, 2007 @01:52PM
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News Simerics Inc. is proud to announce the release of Version 2.2 of its CFD simulation tool PumpLinx.

PumpLinx is developed specifically for the analysis and design of pumps and other fluid devices with rotating or sliding components. Version 2.2 includes many improvements in capability and ease-of-use.

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New Software: ESI Releases CFD-ACE+ v2007.2 for Multiphysics Modeling
Posted Wed October 03, 2007 @10:58AM
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News ESI Group, the leading solution provider in physics based simulation software, has released version 2007.2 of its leading multiphysics software CFD-ACE+.

The V2007.2 release supplements the October 2006 release of V2007.0 with significant product enhancements and more than 50 maintenance requests offering increased accuracy, robustness and efficiency. The shorter development cycle is implemented to better serve ESI Groupís customers as they can immediately take advantage of the new features and their benefits.

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Application: Scientists Seek to Protect Marine Ecology with CFD
Posted Tue October 02, 2007 @04:23PM
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Application by Douglas Clark

Oil spills and man made pollutants leap to mind at the mention of endangered sea life and toppled ecosystems, but unknown to most laypeople, an everyday event in the world of maritime transport is actually among the most significant threats to marine ecology today.

Without any of the widespread attention given to a toxic spill, cargo ships and other vessels move from port to port around the world and often quietly introduce non-indigenous species that can wreak havoc in their new habitats.

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