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Application: Texas A&M Uses Pointwise Meshes for Boundary Layer Stability Analysis
Posted Tue June 25, 2013 @01:09PM
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Application Researchers at Texas A&M University are studying boundary layer stability to gain insight into how transitions from laminar to turbulent flow occur. Their research has applications from low-speed flows in which the laminar-turbulent transition location affects drag and flow separation characteristics to hypersonic flows in which the difference between low laminar and much higher turbulent heating rates can determine whether a space vehicle will successfully pass through the atmosphere or burn up on reentry.

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Events: Practical CFD Online Training Course
Posted Tue June 25, 2013 @01:03PM
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Announcements NAFEMS is hosting an online training course in Practical CFD running June 26th through July 17th.

The four-week course consists of one 2.5 hour session per week and is eligible for 10 hours of engineering board PDH credit.

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New Software: Symscape Releases Caedium v5.1 with New Helix Tool and More
Posted Mon June 24, 2013 @10:58AM
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News Symscape has released Caedium (v5.1) with a new Helix tool for your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations and improved mesh element size control.

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Business: Meteodyn-AL PRO Cooperation Extended to Canada and Brazil
Posted Mon June 24, 2013 @10:53AM
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News The company AL PRO GmbH is already distributing METEODYN WT and METEODYN FORECAST software in Germany. Through its subsidiaries, we’ve decided to extend our cooperation to Canada AND Brazil.

Meteodyn are very satisfied with AL-PRO commitment in Germany. In just 1 year, they’ve succeeded in establishing meteodyn WT on that wind energy market.

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A Step Change in Electronics Thermal Design
Posted Thu June 20, 2013 @02:14PM
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News As electronics components power density increases alongside packaging and enclosure geometric requirements – finding appropriate electronics cooling strategies remains critical.

To further maintain market leading position, beside ensuring thermal design requirements for reliable performance are met, companies must continue to seek out development time savings both in tools, processes and people.

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Fast and Cost-Effective Compressor Map Generation with Cloud-Based CFD
Posted Thu June 20, 2013 @02:10PM
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News Cloud computing opens up exciting new possibilities for turbomachinery aero design. With the ability to rent CFD capacity on demand, you'll be able to carry out aero analysis without limits and pay only for what you use.

In this Aerodynamic Solutions case study, you'll learn how massive CFD capacity can be applied "on demand" to compress core aero analysis tasks without the need for large investment.

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