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Show Off Your Best Work on CD-adapco Calendar
Posted Wed October 24, 2007 @03:13PM
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CD-adapco Be part of CD-adapco’s annual showcase! Imagine an attractive image of your work on the desk of every CAE user in theCD-adapco User Community for 12 months?

Following the massive success of the competition we ran last year, the 2008 showcase image search is now on. This competition allows you the chance to win a spot on the CD-adapco Calendar 2008!

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ANSYS Named to Software 500 Ranking
Posted Wed October 24, 2007 @03:07PM
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News ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced its inclusion on Software Magazine's 2007 Software 500 ranking of the world's largest software and service providers. ANSYS was ranked 122 internationally, with software revenue of $263.6 million. This is the first time that ANSYS has made the list, which is marking its 25th year.

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New Software: SymLab v1.1.0 Released
Posted Mon October 22, 2007 @04:38PM
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News Symscape, developer of the SymLab unified simulation environment, is pleased to announce the release of SymLab v1.1.0. SymLab is our freely available foundation and viewer for our expandable Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) system.

SymLab incorporates advanced interactive 3D visualization that can help you assess the performance of your 3D model.

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EFD.V5 Used to Improve LCD Design
Posted Mon October 22, 2007 @12:30PM
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News Sharp Laboratories Europe has selected Flomerics’ EFD.V5 engineering fluid dynamics software, embedded in CATIA V5, for the design and virtual prototype testing of Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) modules for various applications in Europe.

“We are very pleased that Sharp Laboratories has chosen EFD.V5. For analysis to become an integral step in the design process, it needs to fit within the product development process with minimal disruption to the workflow. Since EFD.V5 is embedded in CATIA V5, Sharp Laboratories can use a single interface for both design and analysis and take advantage of virtual prototyping at the design stage to further improve their market leading products,” said Gary Carter, Flomerics’ CEO.

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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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