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Events: Turbomachinery CFD Software Webinar
Posted Thu September 24, 2009 @09:37AM
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Announcements Concepts NREC will host a free Turbomachinery CFD Software Webinar on Oct. 8th, Nov. 5th, and Dec. 8th.

Learn how to easily and quickly design more efficient turbomachinery using Concepts NREC’s Agile Engineering Design System.

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New Software: FieldView 12.2 Exploits Multi-Core Computing for Higher Performance CFD Post-Processing
Posted Wed September 23, 2009 @08:16AM
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News Faster parallel performance, improved data handling, enhanced workflow and productivity capabilities, along with support for Windows® HPC Server 2008, highlight the release of FieldView 12.2, the latest version of Intelligent Light’s industry-leading CFD post-processing software.

Architected to exploit multi-core and multi-processor computers operating as a single system or in high-performance computing clusters, FieldView 12.2 allows Windows and Linux users to use the parallel features of the standard FieldView application.

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Blue Ridge Numerics Introduces 2009-2010 Collegiate Competition Sponsorship Program
Posted Mon September 21, 2009 @04:04PM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics, creators of CFdesign upfront CFD software, today announced the launch of its 2009-2010 Collegiate Competition Sponsorship Program. With the introduction of the program, the Company underscores its ongoing commitment to the academic community and the next generation of engineers by providing free licenses of CFdesign software to student teams in selected competitions.

The Company has been a sponsor of the Formula SAE competition for the past few years and this year has decided to expand its support to include 6 additional competitions. By providing access to CFdesign, the Company aims to help engineering students accelerate innovation and gain real-world experience that will help them in their future careers.

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Tecplot 360 2009 and Focus 2009 ready for Microsoft Windows 7
Posted Mon September 21, 2009 @03:55PM
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News Tecplot, Inc. today announced that the latest Windows versions of Tecplot 360 and Tecplot Focus are ready for the October release of Windows 7, Microsoft’s latest operating system.

“We’ve tested Tecplot 360 2009 and Focus 2009 on the Windows 7 RTM version and verified they work,” said Mike Peery, Tecplot, Inc. President and CEO. “So, Windows users on our 2009 versions will not encounter any issues if they migrate to Windows 7.”

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Wilde CFD Expands its Software Technical Team
Posted Mon September 21, 2009 @03:52PM
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News Wilde, the Stockport based FEA, CFD and Reliability Engineering solution specialist, welcomes Dr. Alister Simpson (PhD, MENG, AMIMECHE) to the CFD team.

Alister brings with him a wealth of experience of fluid dynamics in aerospace and general mechanical applications. His last job, before joining Wilde, was for a company designing turbo-machinery in association with Queen’s University, Belfast.

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Events: Get the Most from your Multi-Processor Hardware with FieldView
Posted Tue September 15, 2009 @02:49PM
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Announcements Join Intelligent Light for the webinar Get the Most from your CFD and Multi-Processor Hardware with FieldView on Tuesday, September 29, 2009, 11:00 A.M. EDT (15:00 GMT).

CFD Problem size and complexity continues to increase. CFD Engineers are creating larger meshes and running the solver in parallel to get a solution in a reasonable amount of time.

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