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New Software: Latest Pointwise Release Features Mesh Quality Tools
Posted Fri January 16, 2009 @12:40PM
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News Pointwise, Inc. announces the latest release of its Pointwise mesh generation software for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) featuring mesh quality evaluation and monitoring tools.

Pointwise is the next generation meshing software for CFD from Pointwise, Inc. and has been in production use for more than a year. The marquee feature in the software’s second major update provides a suite of tools for mesh quality interrogation and monitoring.

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CD-adapco Announce 2009 CAE Calendar Giveaway
Posted Thu January 15, 2009 @11:53AM
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CD-adapco CD-adapco is delighted to announce the availability of the 2009 CD-adapco CAE Calendar, a limited number of which will be distributed free-of-charge to the first 500 registrants.

Adorned with stunning imagery, the elegant desktop calendar celebrates the world of CAE through a collection of twelve visually impressive simulation results, covering everything from the design of a ship’s propeller to domestic kitchen ovens and from UFOs to gas masks.

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Events: 10th MpCCI User Forum
Posted Thu January 15, 2009 @11:50AM
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Announcements The 10th MpCCI User Forum will be held February 17 - 18, 2009 in Sankt Augustin, Germany.

Coupling of different simulation codes, each specialized for a specific physical regime, is becoming more and more important for numerical simulations, both in industry and in research. The reason is that in many real-world applications the interaction of different physical phenomena must be taken into consideration in order to achieve high-quality predictions.

The MpCCI User Forum 2009 will show the latest developments and applications in multi-disciplinary simulation coupling.

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ANSYS Joins Health Research Consortium
Posted Wed January 14, 2009 @01:44PM
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News ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced its participation in the Osteoporotic Virtual Physiological Human Project (VPHOP), launched this fall by a European consortium. VPHOP aims to develop a new generation of medical technologies designed to predict the patient-specific risk of osteoporosis and bone fracture, improving diagnosis and treatment as well. Software from ANSYS is being used to simulate the variety of structural and fluid flow dynamics within the human anatomy based on the project’s collection of anatomical, physiological and pathological data.

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Application: JAXA Uses TURBOdesign-1 for Rocket Pump Design
Posted Wed January 14, 2009 @11:14AM
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Application In a recent project, JAXA wanted to improve the design of a new generation of its rocket pump for the LE-7 LOX turbopump used in the H-II rocket. The aim of the design was to achieve high energy density for the centrifugal pump (i.e. to achieve the same head and flow rate with a compact size pump under the same rotational speed as the original) in order to reduce the weight and cost of the rocket turbo pump.

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Events: Keynote Speakers for NAFEMS World Congress 2009 Announced
Posted Wed January 14, 2009 @11:03AM
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Announcements NAFEMS, The International Association for the Engineering Analysis Community, has announced an impressive line-up of invited speakers for its World Congress, to be held in Crete, Greece, on June 16th-19th 2009.

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