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NIKA Introduces Innovative Licensing Model
Posted Wed June 21, 2006 @09:42AM
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News NIKA GmbH, the leading provider of fluid flow and heat transfer simulation software for engineers, today announced the release of EFD.Flexx. EFD.Flexx offers an innovative licensing model for the NIKA Engineering Fluid Dynamics (EFD) product family. The EFD product family consists of EFD.Lab, EFD.V5 for CATIA V5 and EFD.Pro for Pro/ENGINEER. With the addition of EFD.Flexx licensing mechanism, companies employing multi-CAD strategies and or distributed development structures will be able to exchange data internally and with clients or suppliers in various formats.

“The backbone of analysis is data accessibility” said Roland Feldhinkel, NIKA managing director. “With EFD.Flexx, engineers can share resources and conduct fully integrated fluid flow and heat transfer analyses within CATIA V5 and Pro/ENGINEER. Engineers can further supplement their design power and data accessibility by using the company’s sophisticated 3D solid modeler with native direct interfaces to most major CAD packages. With EFD.Flexx users can freely choose the best and most economic way to handle CAD data for their fluid flow simulations and benefit from extensive time and cost savings.”

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The company recently announced the availability of the 7th generation of its EFD product family. The EFD product family offers analysis of compressible and incompressible liquids and gases, laminar and turbulent flows, heat transfer and species transport for steady-state and transient flow regimes as well as numerous other sophisticated physical models. The EFD product family can be used for the development and optimization of various products such as automotive parts, computer housings, valves and regulators within a shorter time frame and with better quality.

EFD.Lab, EFD.V5 and EFD.Pro are available for immediate shipment. In addition, EFD.Flexx is on offer for an introductory price until September 1, 2006.

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