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Events: ANSYS CFD Introduction Seminar
Posted Tue October 14, 2008 @05:13PM
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Announcements You are cordially invited to the ANSYS CFD Introduction Seminar to be held October 31st in Houston, Texas.

It is intended to provide a high level overview for engineers with little or no experience in the discipline of CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics).

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Tecplot Announces VISEA Award
Posted Tue October 14, 2008 @09:09AM
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Post Processing Tecplot, Inc. has announced the establishment of the Visualization in Scientific and Engineering Analysis (VISEA) award as part of its long-standing "Tecplot on Campus" academic program.

"Discoveries in science and engineering that stem from the academic community play a critical part in the advancement of any industry," said Mike Peery, president and CEO of Tecplot, Inc. "With that in mind, we’ve created the VISEA award to foster and support such advances and reward innovative thinking."

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Events: Call for Presentations - CFD Simulation in the Aerospace Industry
Posted Wed October 08, 2008 @09:29AM
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Announcements NAFEMS will host CFD Simulation in the Aerospace Industry in Nottingham, UK, on March 4th 2009.

Presentations are sought from OEMs and suppliers to the aerospace industry that provide either practical case studies or methodologies that ensure the quality and reliability of the simulation results.

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Don't Be Fooled By Pretty Pictures
Posted Wed October 08, 2008 @09:24AM
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News Kenneth G. Brill, executive director of the Uptime Institute in Santa Fe, N.M., has written a cautionary commentary in Forbes regarding the use of CFD modeling of data centers.
It looks impressive enough, but the current rage of using computational fluid dynamics modeling software in data centers is creating a false sense of security in anticipating computer equipment heat loads. The very elegant and impressive color renderings of cold airflows generated by CFD software are totally dependent on the installed cooling equipment actually delivering assumed capacities.

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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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