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Business: Pointwise Partners With Go Virtual for CFD Meshing
Posted Wed January 27, 2010 @11:23AM
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News Pointwise, Inc., has announced a partnership with Go Virtual Nordic AB for the distribution of Pointwise software in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

Go Virtual is a privately held independent company founded in Sweden in 2002, with the mission of helping companies be more successful in adopting virtual product development.

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Events: Responsible Design for a Greener Future
Posted Wed January 27, 2010 @11:15AM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics invite you to attend a free webinar on Responsible Design for a Greener Future on 24th March 2010 at 1pm US/Eastern.

This presentation will show you how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis software - can help reduce costs associated with design and operation in the built environment. Resulting in a greener, more responsible design.

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New Software: CFdesign 2010 Fully Supports NX 7
Posted Wed January 27, 2010 @11:10AM
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CFdesign Blue Ridge Numerics, Inc., the leader in upfront CFD software, today announced that the recent Winter release of CFdesign 2010 fully supports Siemens NX 7.

NX users are able to conduct computational fluid dynamic (CFD) studies seamlessly from the NX 7 environment.

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New Software: CD-adapco Releases New Engine Simulation Tools
Posted Fri January 22, 2010 @10:13AM
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CD-adapco CD-adapco is pleased to announce the release of new versions of STAR-CD and es-ice, which together make up the leading industrial toolkit for engine simulation.

"With an ever-increasing emphasis on emissions and energy sustainability – from legislators and consumers alike – challenges for Powertrain teams continue to grow, Whether it’s a new fuel, new combustion model or a new lightweight material, realistic simulation is an integral tool in successfully bringing new technologies to market" said CD-adapco’s Director for the Automotive Industry Dr. Richard Johns.

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Application: The Complex Flow Physics of Dragonfly Flight
Posted Thu January 21, 2010 @04:12PM
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Application For the first time in history, researchers have been able to create a detailed 3D numerical simulation of a dragonfly in free flight.

A Tecplot Contours article describes the simulation by researchers at Wright State University.

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New Software: CFdesign Integrated with Autodesk Revit
Posted Thu January 21, 2010 @04:03PM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics, Inc., the leader in upfront CFD software, has announced the full integration of CFdesign 2010 with Autodesk Revit.

This revolutionary development allows architecture and MEP engineers for the first time to run computational fluid dynamic (CFD) studies seamlessly from the Revit environment. Previously, traditional CFD software presented too many technical and time consuming barriers to be used by engineers at AEC firms.

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