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New Software: POLYFLOW 3.12 Improves Virtual Prototyping
Posted Tue October 07, 2008 @09:48AM
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News ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced the release of ANSYS® POLYFLOW® 3.12 software for analysis of plastic and rubber processing, glass forming, and food processing.

This new version of ANSYS POLYFLOW technology is faster, more efficient and can handle larger problems than previous releases, since it includes several new solvers and modeling features tailored for specific applications. Newly built-in is the ability to provide data to structural analysis software from ANSYS, which improves the accuracy of virtual prototyping predictions.

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Application: EnSight Software Helps Researchers Develop Artificial Sniffer Technology
Posted Fri October 03, 2008 @08:19AM
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Application From law enforcement to cancer detection, the uncanny ability of dogs to sniff out the earliest signs of danger and disease is receiving ever-increasing attention by researchers – with good reason.

Despite tremendous advances in law enforcement technology, there is still no man-made tool that can detect the presence of explosives quite like a canine's sophisticated sniffing system. Some experts believe it exceeds the human sense of smell by a factor of at least 10,000 and possibly as much as 100,000. (1) Even in today's high-tech world, trained dogs are still the best bomb detectors.

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Research: Researcher Extends Prandtl Boundary Layer Equations to 3D Unsteady Flows
Posted Tue September 30, 2008 @04:47PM
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News An MIT researcher may have solved a 100-year-old engineering problem.

In 1904, Ludwig Prandtl derived the exact mathematical conditions for flow separation to occur. But his work had two major restrictions: first, it applied only to steady flows, such as those around a car moving at a constant low speed. Second, it only applied to idealized two-dimensional flows.

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CD-adapco Nuremberg Open House Successful
Posted Thu September 25, 2008 @03:29PM
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News On September 16th, CD-adapco officially opened their new-full service office in Nuremberg with an exciting Open Day.

This event was attended by over 70 engineers, from Germany and beyond, who had the opportunity to meet with key CD-adapco personnel, and learn about the tangible benefits of applying deopen in their engineering process.

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International ANSYS Conference Attendence Largest to Date
Posted Thu September 25, 2008 @03:23PM
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News ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced that its 2008 International ANSYS Conference: Inspiring Engineering, the largest such event to date, offered attendees a wealth of opportunities to learn about best practices for using simulation as a critical element of both product and process development strategies.

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New Software: AcuSolve Supports Windows HPC Server 2008
Posted Tue September 23, 2008 @04:51PM
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News ACUSIM Software, Inc., a provider of leading computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solutions for engineers and scientists, today announced that AcuSolve, the company’s flagship solver, now supports Microsoft Windows HPC Server 2008, a server operating system designed for the high-performance computing (HPC) market.

This announcement gives mainstream computer-aided engineering (CAE) users access to a scalable, accurate, and performance-driven CFD solution in the familiar Windows HPC environment.

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