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Events: Breakthrough Performance for ANSYS Software with Panasas
Posted Mon April 06, 2009 @02:12PM
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ANSYS Please join a free webinar on Thursday, 09 Apr 09 at 8:30am PDT co-hosted by ANSYS and Panasas that will demonstrate breakthrough ANSYS performance using a parallel file system and storage technology from Panasas.

CAE parallel performance and job turn-around times continue to be an important factor behind engineering decisions to develop FEA and CFD models at higher fidelity. Most parallel CAE simulations use scalable clusters for their HPC requirements, but for certain classes of CAE models, data IO can severely degrade scalability and limit overall CAE effectiveness.

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CD-adapco To Add Variational Geometric Solver to STAR-CCM+
Posted Fri April 03, 2009 @04:12PM
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CD-adapco CD-adapco, the world’s largest independent CFD focused CAE provider, and LEDAS Ltd, an independent provider of computational components and software development services for CAD/PLM market, today announced that CD-adapco has licensed LEDAS variational geometric solver LGS 2D and intends to use it as a part of an integrated geometry modeling tool built-in their multi-disciplinary engineering simulation software STAR-CCM+.

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Events: European Automotive Simulation Conference To Drive Next-Generation Vehicle Design
Posted Thu April 02, 2009 @08:26AM
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ANSYS ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced the preliminary agenda for the 2009 European Automotive Simulation Conference (EASC), an engineering simulation event dedicated solely to this industry.

Because the challenges in engineering road, rail, racetrack and off-road vehicles are complex, the event provides a forum for attendees to share and debate new practices and issues, to network with industry peers and to learn about the very latest developments in engineering simulation for the automotive industry.

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CD-adapco President announces Strong Revenue Growth at STAR European Conference
Posted Wed April 01, 2009 @02:05PM
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CD-adapco After three days, fifty presentations, eight live demos and the consumption of significant quantities of food and drink, the curtain came down on the STAR European Conference 2009. Held a short distance from CD-adapco's London headquarters, the conference defied the current economic situation by attracting a near record attendance of over 300 attendees, drawn from all sections of industry and from every discipline in the CAE world.

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Events: OpenFOAM Summer School 2009
Posted Mon March 30, 2009 @09:49AM
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Announcements University of Zagreb, Croatia announces the Second Summer School on Numerical Modeling of Coupled Problems in Applied Physics with OpenFoam (NUMAP-FOAM) for PhD students and young researchers.

The program is co-chaired by Professor Hrvoje Jasak, original OpenFOAM developer, and will be held 02-15 September 2009 in Zagreb.

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Events: Axial Compressor Performance Analysis
Posted Mon March 30, 2009 @09:44AM
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Announcements SoftInWay invites you to take part in a free interactive webinar on Analyzing Axial Compressor Performance to Optimize the Costs of Manufacturing, Repairs and Overhauls that will be held on April 16, at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. EST.

The course is aimed at optimizing the process of design, analysis, repair, and overhaul of existing turbomachinery, resulting in cost and time reductions. The SoftInWay specialists will discuss the main difficulties most engineers face and provide the preferable procedure for flow path analysis supported by illustrative examples.

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