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Business: ANSYS Ranked No. 9 On Wall Street Journal Shareholder Scoreboard
Posted Sun March 23, 2008 @07:34PM
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News ANSYS, Inc. (Nasdaq:ANSS), a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced that it has been listed among top performers on the 2007 Shareholder Scoreboard compiled by The Wall Street Journal.

The Scoreboard is the newspaper's annual ranking of 1,000 companies in 75 industries, based on their stock performance over the past year as well as over the past 3-year, 5-year and 10-year periods. ANSYS was ranked #9 on the best performers' 10-year list, with a 36.8 percent average annual return for a decade.

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New Software: System Simulation Software for the Aerospace Industry
Posted Thu March 20, 2008 @02:40PM
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News Flowmaster Releases Flowmaster V7 Aerospace – The first system simulation software tool, tailored specifically to the needs of the Aerospace Industry

As well as providing existing advanced functionality, including Steady State and Transient analysis, V7 Aerospace brings major improvements in the modelling of Aircraft fluid and thermal systems.

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Business: Ad-Tech To Distribute SoftInWay’s AxSTREAM
Posted Mon March 17, 2008 @10:03AM
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News SoftInWay, a global leader in the development of flow path design software for axial and radial turbo-machinery, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Advanced Technologies Co. LTD (Ad-Tech) in Tokyo to distribute the complete line of AxSTREAM™ of Multi-disciplinary Design and Optimization software to the turbomachinery industry in Japan.

AxSTREAM is a valuable design and analysis tool for many types of turbomachinery including steam and gas turbines, centrifugal compressors, turbochargers, industrial blowers and fans.

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Business: Tridiagonal to Sell OptimaNumerics Libraries in France
Posted Mon March 17, 2008 @10:00AM
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News OptimaNumerics Ltd, the leading provider of high performance numerical software, today announces a sales and partnership agreement with Tridigonal S.A.R.L.

Tridigonal will address the High Performance Computing market in France for OptimaNumerics. Tridiagonal is led by Gilles Deghilage, an HPC expert and entrepreneur with long and successful track record of major sales and marketing positions at companies including Fujitsu Systems Europe, Bull, Meiosys, Sun, and SGI.

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Surface Wrapping Technology for Industrial CAE
Posted Thu March 13, 2008 @04:25PM
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Geometry Stephen Ferguson, Joel Davison and Jon Lewin

Dealing with the consequences of ‘dirty’ or complicated CAD data has long been the biggest bottleneck in the CAE process and, until recently, was the single largest obstacle preventing the routine implementation of numerical simulation early in the industrial design process.

Although the route from CAD model to CAE solution has been much improved in recent years, with the introduction of better translators and CAD-embedded CAE simulation technology, there still exists a significant group of problems where CAD geometries are too big or complex to be handled easily.

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Business: Applied Math Modeling Partners with ANSYS for Online CFD Simulation
Posted Tue March 11, 2008 @05:01PM
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News Applied Math Modeling Inc. announced today that it has entered into an exclusive agreement with ANSYS, Inc. for the distribution, support and ongoing development of CoolSim, a product focused on modeling the thermal environment of data centers.

CoolSim is a hosted product that utilizes advanced ANSYS CFD solvers to compute the temperature, pressure and airflow within a data center.

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