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ANSYS CFD Leadership Series - Your Trusted Partner in CFD
Posted Fri June 24, 2011 @02:58PM
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News When an organization plans to invest the time, effort and funding to conduct CFD analyses, how does it ensure that purchasing and applying a CFD package is a safe, long-term investment?

The benefits can be great, but so are the risks. Choosing the right CFD tool from the right company can help to ensure success.

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New Software: Discretize Announces Xtl for STL Repair and Editing
Posted Fri June 24, 2011 @02:36PM
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News Discretize Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Xtl, a new tool for STL repair and editing.

Many of the features of Xtl have been developed specifically with the needs of the simulation community in mind.

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Symscape a Finalist for Microsoft Partner Award
Posted Fri June 24, 2011 @02:31PM
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News Symscape has been selected as a finalist for the Microsoft Technical and High Performance Computing Innovation Partner of the Year Award.

"We are thrilled to be a top finalist in such a high profile competition," said Symscape Principal Richard Smith.

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Events: Mastering Hybrid Meshing for Wind Turbines
Posted Thu June 23, 2011 @02:29PM
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Announcements Pointwise, Inc. will host How to Master Hybrid Meshing for Wind Turbines on July 13th at 11 AM CDT.

Learn how to use Pointwise’s hybrid techniques to accurately capture the large range of flow-scales when meshing horizontal axis wind turbines.

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Events: Using Concurrent CFD to Design Household & Domestic Appliances
Posted Thu June 23, 2011 @02:09PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Using Concurrent CFD to Design Household & Domestic Appliances on June 29th at 2 PM EDT.

This webinar will demonstrate the use of a CAD-embedded concurrent Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) approach in the prediction of temperature distribution and rise within an oven and across a hairdryer air jet, how their homogeneity can be improved, and how such factors as choice of fans, their curves and mass flow characteristics can lead to better appliance performance by upfront design.

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New Software: KARALIT Launches Immersed Boundary CFD Software
Posted Wed June 22, 2011 @05:07PM
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News Italian software vendor KARALIT launches its revolutionary computational fluid dynamic software KARALIT CFD in a free version available to the international industrial and academic community.

KARALIT CFD software offers the Immersed Mesh method allowing users to generate a hyperbolic body fitted grid in the region immediately close to the body surface.

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