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Computational Aeroacoustics, III
Posted Friday February 23 at 5:51am
ERCOFTAC will host Computational Aeroacoustics, III on 4-5 June 2018 at ONERA, Paris, France.

This course is intended for researchers in industry and in academia including Ph.D. Students with a good knowledge in fluid mechanics, who would like to build up or widen their knowledge in the field of aeroacoustics (modeling, computational tools and industrial applications).
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Discover How to Optimise Fan Performance
Posted Thursday February 22 at 3:47pm
ADT will host a 1-Day Inverse Design of Fans Workshop on 17 April in Darmstadt, Germany.

The event will bring together engineers and designers interested in the unique capabilities of 3D Inverse Design technology applied to the design and optimisation of axial, mixed-flow and centrifugal fans.
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New VP to Lead Altair’s Virtual Wind Tunnel Solutions
Posted Tuesday February 13 at 9:34pm
Dr. Paul Stewart has joined Altair as VP, Automotive Aerodynamics Modeling and Visualization. He will lead Altair’s Virtual Wind Tunnel solutions operations, focusing on fluid dynamics for ground transportation vehicle design. Dr. Stewart was most recently at Exa Corporation, acquired by Dassault Systemes in 2017, where he was Senior Director, Design and Visualization.
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FLOW-3D Water and Environmental Training Webinars
Posted Monday February 12 at 2:27pm
FLOW-3D will host a series of FLOW-3D water and environmental training webinars throughout 2018.

In the webinars, we will be reviewing the setup for various types of applications commonly used in the water and environmental field. These monthly webinars will cover a range of basic and advanced topics that will be of interest to both new and experienced FLOW-3D users. 
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Webinar on NUMECA's C-Wizard & Cloud
Posted Monday February 12 at 10:20am
NUMECA will host a webinar on NUMECA's C-Wizard & Cloud: How to Prepare Tens of Simulations in Minutes on FEB 28th.

The C-Wizard tool has become the standard for many FINE™/Marine users, beginners and experts alike. It provides automatic mesh and computation set-up for marine applications, substantially increasing productivity and avoiding potential human errors.
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ANSYS Discovery: Simulation-driven Design for Every Engineer
Posted Thursday February 8 at 1:57pm
ANSYS will host ANSYS Discovery: Simulation-driven Design for Every Engineer on February 13th to introduce the commercial release of the ANSYS Discovery family of products.

In this webinar, you’ll hear users like Rossignol and Hack Rod discuss how they’ve gained significant time-savings and product performance confidence with ANSYS Discovery and, as a result, delivered more innovative products to market in a shorter timeframe.
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Improving Ship Fuel Efficiency Through Connected Simulation
Posted Tuesday February 6 at 6:57pm
Digital simulation tools have gained acceptance in the marine sector over recent years, but their application is still generally disconnected, with little crossover between different design teams or the software they use. Connecting these tools gives much greater understanding of ship performance and can lead to significant design improvements.

In this webinar, Wärtsilä propulsion shows how using connected Siemens Simcenter portfolio products allows easy system simulation.
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"May the downforce be with us!" The Umicore Nova by Formula Electric Belgium Simulated with NUMECA
Posted Monday February 5 at 10:0pm
Formula Electric Belgium introduces the Umicore Nova, simulated with NUMECA's FINE/Open.

Once again Formula Electric Belgium has taken on the challenge to design, develop and build an electric formula-style car in only nine months. They will participate in international competitions with other university teams from all around the world.
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Woeber, Gantt, Wyman Win AIAA Best Paper Award
Posted Monday January 29 at 6:43pm
Pointwise engineers Carolyn Woeber, Erick Gantt, and Nick Wyman were presented with the AIAA Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments Best Paper award at the 2018 AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition (AIAA SciTech Forum) in Kissimmee, Florida on 9 January 2018.

Their paper, AIAA 2017-0363, Mesh Generation for the NASA High Lift Common Research Model (HL-CRM), described their efforts in generating different styles of computational meshes in support of the 1st AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop.
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Water 2018 - FLOW-3D Training and Evaluation Opportunities
Posted Monday January 29 at 6:21pm
2018 is packed with FLOW-3D water civil infrastructure modeling webinar presentations as well as numerous workshop and training opportunities in the USA and Canada.

In this short webinar on Wednesday, January 31, we will explain the workshop format we are deploying for 2018 and present the technical webinar program for FLOW-3D's water related applications throughout the year!
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TURBOdesign 3DLab and Optima to Export Geometries to CFD tools
Posted Tuesday January 23 at 2:27pm
ADT's TURBOdesign v6.4 3DLab and Optima applications now generate and partition flow domains for import into the user's desired CFD tool when running with either TURBOdesign LinkCCM+ or ANSYS Workbench.

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Detailed PCB Thermal Modeling with Thermal Territories
Posted Tuesday January 23 at 2:17pm
Mentor Graphics will host Detailed PCB Thermal Modeling with Thermal Territories on 25th January 2018 at 11am UK Time & 10am PST.

A brief overview of the methods of capturing PCB copper distribution is discussed including the advantages and disadvantages of each process. Examples of the thermal predictions based upon these methods will be shown.
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What's New in FloEFD V17
Posted Friday January 19 at 2:30pm
Mentor Graphics will host What's New in FloEFD V17.0 and V17.1 on 15 February 2018 at 11am UK Time and 10am PST.

Find out what’s new in FloEFD Version 17.0 and 17.1 that gives you more physics, capabilities and performance. Some of the big changes that have gone into the latest versions of FloEFD include free-surface simulation with volume of fluid, improved combustion modelling and material properties.
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How To Model Internal Flows in Engineering Systems
Posted Tuesday January 16 at 12:53am
NAFEMS will host How To Model Internal Flows in Engineering Systems on Tuesday January 23rd.

This talk will introduce 1D Fluid System Simulation (System CFD) and show how it is used to analyse and design internal flow systems in complex fluid engineering. We will compare system techniques with 2D and 3D CFD techniques – showing that they are complementary.
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2018 FLOW-3D European Users Conference
Posted Monday January 15 at 2:11pm
Flow Science is pleased to announce that the 2018 FLOW-3D European Users Conference will be held at Le Méridien Stuttgart Hotel in Stuttgart, Germany on May 14 – 16, 2018.

The conference will be co-hosted by Flow Science Deutschland. We welcome FLOW-3D and FLOW-3D CAST users and those interested in learning more about the software to attend the conference.
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Introducing TURBOdesign Suite v6.4
Posted Saturday January 13 at 2:5pm
Advanced Design Technology will host Introducing TURBOdesign Suite v6.4 for Turbomachinery Design and Optimization on Tuesday January 16th.

The version 6.4 update to TURBOdesign Suite provides significant new features and functionality to enable designers to produce highly optimised designs faster than ever before. This webinar will highlight new TURBOdesign functionality including a flexible new geometry parameterisation capability, and a new TURBOdesign integration module with Star CCM+.
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Play Turbulence the Game
Posted Wednesday January 3 at 3:20pm
Janet Rafner, Master's degree candidate at the Niels Bohr Institute, has created a game out of quantifying turbulence length scales.

The Science At Home game Turbulence pits gamers against each other in a quest to find optimal length scales of various turbulent flow features.
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Pointwise Announces New Geometry Kernel, Geode, Now in Beta Testing
Posted Wednesday December 27 at 5:28pm
Pointwise announces Project Geode and the availability for beta testing of a geometry modeling kernel for computer-aided engineering (CAE) simulation software.

"Pointwise's geometry modeling kernel has been continuously developed since before the company's founding in 1994," said Pointwise’s president, John Chawner.
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