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Events: Gas Turbine Combustion Webinar
Posted Tue May 20, 2008 @04:39PM
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News Join ANSYS for a free webinar on gas turbine combustion to be held June 17, 2008 at 11 am EDT.

This one-hour event is designed for new and current users of software from ANSYS, providing an overview of the combustion models available in FLUENT and ANSYS CFX technology, and exploring the different modeling options for a non-premixed, premixed or partially premixed turbulent combustion system.

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New Software: SoftinWay Unveils Powerful New Solvers for Turbomachinery Design
Posted Tue May 20, 2008 @04:23PM
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News SoftInWay, a global leader in the development of flow path design software for axial and radial turbomachinery, today announced that it will be unveiling set of new Streamline Solvers in the AxSTREAM™ Turbomachinery Conceptual Design and Optimization Suite.

New solvers now give AxSTREAM the capability to perform streamline analysis on a greater level, one of the most effective but complicated tasks to model in flow path design practice.

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New Software: EDEM 2.0 Sets Benchmark for Particle Simulation
Posted Tue May 20, 2008 @04:19PM
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News DEM Solutions announces the latest release of EDEM 2.0, primed to set a new benchmark in particle simulation modeling software.

Already offering the most advanced graphic user interface, EDEM 2.0 is now the fastest and most highly parallelized Discrete Element Modeling software on the market, providing users with increased scope and scale of particle simulation applications.

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Events: Application Oriented CFD for the Aerospace and Defense Industry
Posted Mon May 19, 2008 @10:47AM
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News A seminar and hands-on workshop hosted by IBM and CD-adapco will be held May 29, 2008 at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport.

Attendees will experience the power of integration through STAR-CCM+ running on IBM High Performance Computing hardware. Instructors will guide hands-on tutorials to give a firsthand look at advanced surface wrapping, automatic meshing, physics modeling, and post-processing of results.

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Education: Summer School on Numerical Modelling and OpenFOAM 2008
Posted Thu May 15, 2008 @12:42PM
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Announcements The faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FSB), University of Zagreb, Croatia announce the Summer School for PhD students and young researchers in Zagreb to be held 8-19 September 2008.

The idea of a Summer School is to gather 5-10 students and OpenFOAM users each with their own project at the University of Zagreb, where they would receive help on numerical modelling, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and in particular OpenFOAM.

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Events: Breakthrough Performance with CD-adapco CAE Software and Panasas Parallel Storage
Posted Thu May 15, 2008 @11:47AM
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News Today’s increasing levels of parallel CAE are experiencing scalability bottlenecks from non-parallel I/O. In particular, advanced CFD applications such as URANS, LES, FSI and Aeroacoustics, are often judged as impractical for industry, owing to the extreme I/O demand on Linux clusters with conventional network attached storage (NAS) and NFS.

Register for this Webinar on Wednesday, 21 May 08 to join Dr. Dennis Nagy, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at CD-adapco and Stan Posey, Director of Vertical Marketing at Panasas, Inc. as they describe how the two companies have developed a novel HPC solution that scales the I/O in CD-adapco CAE simulations to provide overall scalability for the most advanced CAE simulations.

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