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Events: German ANSYS Conference & 26th CADFEM Users' Meeting
Posted Wed July 02, 2008 @03:54PM
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ANSYS The German ANSYS Conference & the 26th CADFEM Users’ Meeting from October 22-24, 2008 in the “City of Science” Darmstadt, reflects the broad variety, powerful performance, and flexibility of ANSYS in order to realize state-of-the-art Simulation Driven Product Development – covering different application areas such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Structural Mechanics, Electronics, or Multiphysics.

Moreover, attendees – in 2007 more than 1.000 persons participated in Dresden – will have access to a dense program focusing on additional software, e.g. LS-DYNA, or selected topics such as simulating Multiscale Properties, Biomechanics, or Sheet Metal Forming.

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Application: Optimizing Sail Design for the 2008 Olympics Using Simulation
Posted Wed July 02, 2008 @03:47PM
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Application Finland-based sail maker WB-Sails is using EFD.Lab fluid dynamics simulation software from Flomerics to develop and optimize sails for Star and Finn class Olympic sailboats.

“Our traditional panel codes predict sail forces reasonably well in the upwind case, when flow separation is not a major factor, but we were desperate for something more powerful to predict 3D air flow and sail forces on downwind legs and in the lighter winds that we expect in Beijing,” said Mikko Brummer, Head of R&D at WB-Sails.

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Application: ANSYS Offers Swimmers Best Chance at Beijing Games
Posted Mon June 30, 2008 @12:04PM
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ANSYS ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced that 35 swimming world records have already been broken by athletes wearing a new high-performance swimsuit designed using engineering simulation software from ANSYS.

The Speedo® LZR RACER® suit, developed for elite swimmers and launched in February this year, has been proven in testing to optimize swimmer performance better than any suit to date.

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Events: Image/Animation Contest Opens for CEIViz '08
Posted Wed June 25, 2008 @09:37PM
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Announcements We are requesting that users of EnSight contribute your best EnSight images before Monday, August 4, 2008. CEI staff will select the best images for both contests.

Winners for the image/animation contest will be announced at the CEIViz '08 Awards Ceremony in Baltimore on Tuesday, September 23, 2008.

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Business: ANSYS Receives SEC Clearance for Ansoft Acquisition
Posted Wed June 25, 2008 @09:27PM
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News ANSYS, Inc. and Ansoft Corporation today announced that the Securities and Exchange Commission has concluded its review of the Registration Statement on Form S-4 in connection with ANSYS' acquisition of Ansoft.

An amended Form S-4 was filed and became effective on June 20, 2008. A special meeting of the Ansoft stockholders to approve the transaction has been set for July 23, 2008.

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Events: Leveraging the Power of Python in Data Analysis
Posted Mon June 23, 2008 @09:10PM
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Announcements If you would like to learn how to extend your data analysis, we invite you to attend this upcoming webinar to be held Thursday June 26, 2008 at 11am PDT.

In this presentation we will describe the process of developing Python scripts in visualization software, so you can view results more quickly and easily than ever before.

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