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New Software: FLUENT for CATIA 5.1 Released
Posted Wed December 01, 2010 @11:40AM
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News ANSYS released version 5.1 of FLUENT for CATIA V5, which brings leading flow modeling technology within the V5 PLM environment.

FLUENT for CATIA V5 5.1 brings several meshing, workflow and post-processing enhancements to engineers working in the CATIA design environment; and aligns with the ANSYS vision of Simulation Driven Product Development (SDPD). These enhancements allow more options in creating meshes, allow faster solutions with smaller files and rapid post-processing of large cases.

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New Software: Pointwise CFD Mesher Features Hybrid Boundary Layer Meshing
Posted Tue November 30, 2010 @09:55AM
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News Pointwise announces the latest release of its Pointwise computational fluid dynamics (CFD) meshing software with a wide ranging set of new tools.

The surface meshing formulation of the T-Rex (anisotropic tetrahedral extrusion) hybrid meshing algorithm first developed for Pointwise’s Gridgen software now is available in Pointwise.

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Convergent Science Partners with LLNL on Chemistry Solver
Posted Tue November 30, 2010 @09:39AM
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News Convergent Science, Inc. (CSI) has licensed a combustion chemistry code -- the Multi-Zone Chemistry Solver -- for designing engines from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).

The Multi-Zone Chemistry Solver is an added-value capability of CSI's industry leading engine computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software, CONVERGE.

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Speed and Accuracy of CFD: Achieving Both Successfully
Posted Tue November 30, 2010 @09:36AM
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Announcements ANSYS will host Speed and Accuracy of CFD: Achieving Both Successfully on December 7th at 9am EST and again on December 9th at 4pm EST.

Trying to perform CFD analysis with both speed and accuracy can seem next to impossible, and engineers often believe they must choose one over the other. This webinar will provide you with insight and persuasive real-life CFD examples on how ANSYS helps you to accomplish both, without compromise.

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Events: Meshing With Dirty CAD Geometry
Posted Thu November 18, 2010 @05:11PM
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Announcements Pointwise will host Working with Dirty CAD While Meshing a Naval Ship Hull Wednesday, 8 Dec 2010 at 11 am CST for a webinar on meshing dirty CAD.

Pointwise reduces the time needed for mesh completion with its flexible techniques for dealing with dirty geometry. In this 45 minute webinar, you will learn how to deal with and clean up the geometry on the U.S. Navy Surface Combatant DTMB 5415 ship hull.

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Intelligent Light Pioneers High Performance Cloud-Enabled CFD
Posted Thu November 18, 2010 @04:57PM
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News Intelligent Light is enabling computational fluid dynamics on the cloud, announcing an agreement to make FieldView™, its market-leading CFD post-processing software, available on the cloud computing capability offered by R Systems, a leader in HPC resources on demand.

Providing immediate access to flexible computing capacity, the arrangement gives FieldView users the ability to scale up using parallel processing or scale out with concurrent batch processing in order to meet their needs for more compute capacity during peak loads, special projects, or tight deadlines. FieldView’s client-server architecture enables data to remain on the cloud while interactive work can be performed from the user’s desktop. In addition, any CFD users who compute on the R Systems cloud can access FieldView for post-processing.

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