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CFDRC Announces Release 2003 of CFD-ACE+
Posted Wed May 28, 2003 @09:42AM
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News CFD Research Corporation (CFDRC) has announced the release 2003 of CFD-ACE+, the leading multiphysics engineering software. The new version offers a variety of improvements, making simulations of complex processes for automotive, aerospace, bio, fuel cell, MEMS, micro-fluidic and semiconductor applications easier and more efficient.

Highlights of CFD-ACE+ R2003 include the following features:

  • A new unified database manager for all material properties, chemistry data and chemistry reactions.
  • A generalized adaptive time step control.
  • The biochemistry module has now been fully ported into the pre-existing chemistry module.
  • Improvements to the optional finite-element stress solver.
  • The Free Surface (VOF) module now supports multi-to-one grid systems.
  • Improvements for plasma simulation.
  • Electroplating has been newly implemented.
  • CFD-VIEW has been completely redesigned.

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