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ANSYS FLUENT 12.0 and Panasas Deliver 2X Speed Up
Posted Fri May 08, 2009 @02:53PM
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News A performance study of ANSYS® FLUENT® 12.0 was conducted between Panasas, the University of Cambridge, and ANSYS to demonstrate the benefits of the new parallel I/O scheme in ANSYS FLUENT.

The study compares release 12.0 with 6.3 for solver and data-write timings of industrial CFD models scaled from 16 to 256 processing cores.

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New Software: ANSYS 12.0 Released
Posted Thu April 30, 2009 @10:13AM
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News ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced the availability of ANSYS® 12.0, its engineering simulation platform and integrated technology that support Simulation Driven Product Development™.

In nearly every industry, driving product development with engineering simulation has become a key strategy to develop more innovative products, to lower development and manufacturing costs, and to accelerate time to market.

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Zeus Numerix Creates a 4.25 Billion Cell Mesh
Posted Thu April 30, 2009 @08:31AM
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News In its endeavor to push the frontiers of technology, Zeus Numerix (ZN) has created a grid of 4.25 billion cells for the simulation of the RADAR cross section of a generic missile.

The 96 GB grid file was created after innovation in fields like storage of files, improvement in data structures to write files in a special manner, and effective parallelization. The file is CGNS compatible for better interoperability.

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New Software: Optimal Solutions Releases Back2CAD Product
Posted Wed April 29, 2009 @03:57PM
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News Optimal Solutions Software LLC, the industry leader in shape deformation and shape optimization is excited to announce their next revolutionary product in the CAD/CFD/CAE market place.

Back2CAD™ puts the most powerful CAD/CFD/CAE deformation (morphing) tool available today in your design team’s hand. Using Optimal Solutions’ leading edge Arbitrary Shape Deformation (ASD) technology, engineers can take complex CAE models, in practically any input format, optimize their shapes with Sculptor™ and then take the optimized shape back to the original CAD format easily and in real-time.

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New Software: Blue Ridge Numerics Introduces CFdesign V10 for Autodesk Inventor 2010
Posted Wed April 29, 2009 @08:49AM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics, Inc. has announced the availability of CFdesign V10 for Autodesk Inventor 2010, which provides a fully integrated and certified digital prototyping solution for solving CAD-driven fluid flow and heat transfer challenges within the Inventor environment.

With new capabilities in Inventor 2010, previous obstacles to simulation have been reduced, enabling design engineers to easily and quickly create precise flow and thermal simulations to optimize product design.

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New Software: CEI Releases New Version of Software for CFD Simulation
Posted Tue April 28, 2009 @11:56AM
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Post Processing Computational Engineering International (CEI) announces EnSight CFD, new software for analyzing, visualizing and communicating computational fluid dynamics (CFD) results for scientific and engineering problems.

EnSight CFD is designed to allow users to explore CFD data interactively with twice as many functions tied to the computer's mouse buttons, and right-click menus preloaded with context-sensitive options. These improvements allow users to post-process and visualize a model using only the mouse.

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