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Cambridge Flow Solutions Releases BOXERmesh v3.8.3
Posted Wed May 23, 2018 @01:18PM
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News Building on the rapid, robust and simple-to-use BOXERmesh paradigm, v3.8.3 is the scalable parallel meshing solution for complex, large-scale numerical simulation.

BOXERmesh v3.8.3 is designed to work with a huge range of proprietary CAD systems and formats, and can support virtually all major commercial and open-source numerical solvers.

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Mesh Automation and Adaptability at Forefront of Major New Pointwise Release
Posted Mon April 09, 2018 @11:21AM
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News Pointwise has released a major update to its computational fluid dynamics (CFD) mesh generation software.

With its origins in a multiyear development effort funded by the U.S. Air Force for overset grid assembly, this latest Pointwise release includes a suite of tools that provide increased automation and flexibility in mesh topology creation, mesh types and mesh quality assessment.

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Two-Fluid, Two-temperature Model Introduced in FLOW-3D
Posted Tue March 27, 2018 @05:20PM
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News Spacecraft and automotive fuel tanks and certain microfluidic devices require accurate modeling of liquid and gas phases for safe and efficient operations. In addition to the presence of a fluid interface in such systems, the physics of heat transfer and phase change also need to be accurately captured. How is that for complexity!

In order to simulate such complex scenarios, a two-temperature, two-fluid model has been introduced in FLOW-3D v11.3.

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PTC Creo 5.0 Adds CFD Capability
Posted Wed March 21, 2018 @09:18PM
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News PTC has announced Creo 5.0, the latest release of its CreoŽ computer-aided design (CAD) software, which enables users to go from concept to manufacturing in one design environment.

Among the new capabilities is Creo Flow Analysis, an extension for computational fluid dynamics.

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ADS Release 7.0 Now Available
Posted Thu March 08, 2018 @08:51PM
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News AeroDynamic Solutions, Inc. (ADS CFD) has announced the availability of ADS CFD 7.0, a significant update to its CFD solution suite.

The ADS CFD software suite is built around the aerospace-class CFD solver, Code LEO, an HPC enabled solver capable of handling your most challenging analyses.

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ENGYS Releases HELYX V3.0.2
Posted Wed March 07, 2018 @06:29PM
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News ENGYS is delighted to announce the release v3.0.2 of HELYX, a general-purpose Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software solution for engineering design and optimisation based on ENGYS' own proprietary open-source simulation engine (HELYX-Core).

HELYX v3.0.2 contains new features and several refinements to remove known issues found in v3.0.1.

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