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Flomerics Helps Canadian Schools Pursue F1 Pole Position
Posted Wed October 17, 2007 @04:45PM
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News Flomerics is providing its EFD.Pro™ computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software free-of-charge to schools in Canada. The aim is to help students involved in the F1 in Schools™ CAD/CAM Design Challenge by improving the aerodynamics of their designs in a competition where a small fraction of a second separates the winner from the other participants.

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Business: Dr. Daniel Schikore Promoted to VP of Engineering at CEI
Posted Tue October 16, 2007 @12:48PM
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News Dr. Daniel Schikore, a senior developer at Computational Engineering International (CEI), has been promoted to Vice President of Engineering. Dan joined CEI, Inc., a leading provider of CAE pre- and post-processing tools, in 2000 and worked on high performance rendering techniques for the display of large-scale data as well as being the team leader for Apex – CEI’s visualization framework.

Prior to joining CEI, Inc., Dan received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Purdue University in 1997. Following graduation, Dan joined Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) where he participated in and led components of a research and development effort to advance LLNL’s ability to visualize the results of scientific simulations on high performance computers.

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New Software: Intelligent Light Delivers FieldView Version 12
Posted Tue October 16, 2007 @10:40AM
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News With support for structural analysis (CAE) simulation data and new data readers, the benefits of FieldView are now available to many more engineering analysts. Support for the growing use of arbitrary polyhedral elements, one-click animation of multiple transient datasets, and improved performance will benefit customers in all industries.

The technology, reliability, and ease of use of FieldView are among the reasons that the top automotive company in Japan and the top aerospace company in the world have standardized on FieldView for their CFD post-processing. Leading engineering organizations are growing and improving their capabilities at a tremendous rate often putting distance between them and their competitors.

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Events: Call For Papers - STAR European Conference 2008
Posted Tue October 16, 2007 @10:37AM
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Announcements On 17-18 March 2008, CD-adapco will once again hold the highly successful STAR European Conference.

Our two day event will include presentations on CD-adapco's latest CAE Software developments, Technical Workshops and an Exhibtion of our Hardware and Software partners. Users will present real case studies using CD-adapco software.

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New Software: FLUENT for CATIA V5 Version 3.1 Released
Posted Mon October 15, 2007 @10:14AM
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News ANSYS, Inc. has released the latest version of FLUENT for CATIA V5 3.1 to customers. FLUENT for CATIA is a rapid flow modeling tool fully embedded into Dassault Systeme’s Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) that allows design and process engineers working within CATIA V5 to rapidly and accurately validate their designs much earlier in the product development cycle.

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Application: NASA Perfects Pyrotechnics for Space Flight with Cutting Edge Software
Posted Mon October 15, 2007 @10:01AM
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Post Processing By Kara L. Gray,
New Horizon Consulting

When Neil Armstrong set foot on the lunar surface in 1969, he made more than an historic and enduring mark on the surface of the moon; he made a monumental impact on the collective imagination of the world. After nearly 40 years, NASA is preparing for another journey to the moon – and beyond – with a new class of explorers sure to strike a whole new generation with the same overwhelming sense of awe and wonderment.

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