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New Software: Cubit 13.2 Mesh Generation Software Released
Posted Tue July 24, 2012 @02:17PM
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News csimsoft announced today the release of Cubit 13.2, the latest version of the Cubit pre-processor for generating high-quality tetrahedral and hexahedral meshes for the CFD and FEA communities.

The latest version of Cubit includes improved meshing and geometry features, a new 64-bit tet mesher, and improved third-party format support.

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Events: Practical Introduction to CFD
Posted Tue July 24, 2012 @02:10PM
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Announcements NAFEMS will host Practical Introduction to CFD beginning August 28th and running through September 18th 2012.

This four-week online training course will include one 2.5 hour session per week and offers attendees the fundamental knowledge for using CFD in real life engineering applications.

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Scaling Legacy Codes to Tens of Thousands of Processing Elements
Posted Thu July 19, 2012 @09:32AM
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News With more processors being readily available on large computing systems today, there have been many discussions involving the potential scalability of legacy codes/numerics concerning their ability to fully utilize large core count machines.

The prevailing thought and conclusion of those involved in the discussions were that legacy codes could not scale well on thousands of processors, let alone tens of thousands of processors.

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New Software: Stanford University Releases SU2 1.1
Posted Thu July 19, 2012 @08:36AM
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News The Aerospace Design Lab at Stanford University has released version 1.1 of the Stanford University Unstructured (SU2) open-source CFD code.

With this update, the SU2 team has made significant strides in improving the capabilities, reliability, and usability of our open-source CFD analysis and design tool.

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New Software: STAR-CCM+ v7.04 - Accelerate, Understand, Improve
Posted Wed July 18, 2012 @09:16AM
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News CD-adapco has released STAR-CCM+ v7.04, a major new version of its multidisciplinary engineering simulation solution.

"When developing the STAR-CCM+ v7 series, our goal is threefold; to further shorten the product development schedule of our users, to help them increase the quality of their products, and to deliver unique insight into their product's behavior and performance. STAR-CCM+ v7.04 again illustrates our commitment to achieve our goal," said Senior VP of Product Management, Jean-Claude Ercolanelli.

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Events: Mesh Morphing Accelerates CFD-Driven Shape Modifications
Posted Tue July 17, 2012 @02:12PM
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Announcements ANSYS will host Learn How Mesh Morphing Accelerates CFD-Driven Shape Modifications on Thursday, July 26, 2012 at 1:00 P.M. EDT.

This webinar will inform you how you can drastically reduce the simulation time to complete a set of design changes, without the burden of regenerating a geometry or mesh.

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