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XFlow/MSC.Adams Advanced Co-Simulations Webinar
Posted Thursday June 30 at 5:26pm
Next Limit Dynamics SL will host XFlow/MSC.Adams Advanced Co-Simulations on July 6th.

In this webinar, our Application Engineer will show you the full process to set up this kind of complex analysis in XFlow and MSC.Adams, as well as how to run the co-simulation simultaneously on both software and how to post-process the solutions.
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Waste Heat Recovery Online Training Course
Posted Wednesday June 29 at 6:40pm
Softinway Inc. will host a Waste Heat Recovery Online Training Course on July 11-28, 2016.

SoftInWay offers online courses for engineers involved in turbine, compressor and pump design. Over the course of four to fourteen days, 2-3 hours per day, our leading engineering experts will be providing you with an in-depth, practical coverage of turbomachinery design, analysis and optimization.
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Uncertainty Management & Quantification in Industrial Analysis and Design
Posted Tuesday June 28 at 5:8pm
ERCOFTAC will host Uncertainty Management & Quantification in Industrial Analysis and Design on 27-28 October 2016 at Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium.

Uncertainty quantification is a new paradigm in industrial analysis and design as it aims at taking into account the presence of numerous uncertainties affecting the behaviour of physical systems.
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Advanced Design Technology Launches New Website
Posted Tuesday June 28 at 5:6pm
ADT is delighted to announce our new website to the world of turbomachinery. You can now access the responsive website on your mobile and tablet, allowing you to interact with us better online. The website is faster, easier to navigate, and more user-friendly to optimise your browsing experience - just like our TURBOdesign Suite.
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Siemens Introduces Simcenter 3D
Posted Wednesday June 22 at 5:51pm
Siemens' product lifecycle management (PLM) business today launched its new Simcenter™ portfolio, a robust suite of simulation software and test solutions that help companies address the modern engineering challenges of today's complex products. Simcenter combines simulation and physical testing with intelligent reporting and data analytics to help produce digital twins that more accurately predict product performance throughout all stages of the product development process.
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CFD for Dispersed Multiphase Flows VII
Posted Wednesday June 22 at 5:41pm
ERCOFTAC will host CFD for Dispersed Multi-Phase Flows VII on 10-11 October 2016 at KTH, Stockholm, Sweden.

The simultaneous presence of several different phases in external or internal flows such as gas, liquid and solid is found in daily life, environment and numerous industrial processes. These types of flows are termed multiphase flows, which may exist in different forms depending on the phase distribution.
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Cradle CFD Software On-Demand Training Webinars
Posted Tuesday June 21 at 9:53am
Cradle has significantly grown its library of on-demand online training webinars, with many available for no-charge.

Those new to CFD can gain a lot of introductory knowledge for very little investment.
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Frontloading CFD Award Announced for Users of FloEFD Technology
Posted Sunday June 19 at 7:47pm
Mentor Graphics Corporation announced the call-for-entries for its first annual FloEFD™ Frontloading Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Award.

Frontloading CFD refers to the practice of moving CFD simulation early into the design process, enabling design engineers to examine and evaluate design options, resulting in optimized product performance and reliability.
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scSTREAM Used in Development of Innovative Architectural Technology
Posted Friday June 17 at 9:22am
Japanese architectural firm, Nikken Sekkei Ltd. developed the award-winning BioSkin to meet the challenges of creating environmentally-friendly and energy-saving architectural technologies.

Crafted with the idea of "improving the environment with large-scale architecture," and inspired by traditional Japanese air-cooling techniques, Nikken Sekkei set out to build the world's first "blind-like" exterior system that reduces heat in the building's vicinity on the entire east wall of the 25-story Sony City Osaki office building.
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Designing Under-Body Components Using Leading Wading Simulation Methods
Posted Wednesday June 15 at 2:52pm
CD-adapco will host Designing Under-Body Components Using Leading Wading Simulation Methods on June 30, 2016.

Vehicle water wading capabilities refer to vehicle functional part integrity (engine under-tray, bumper cover, plastic sill cover, etc.) when traveling through water. Wade testing involves vehicles being driven through different depths of water at various speeds. The test is repeated and under-body functional parts are inspected afterwards for damage/leakage.
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Easy Design Engineering Simulation
Posted Wednesday June 15 at 9:47am
Wilde Analysis will host Easy Design Engineering Simulation: Free ANSYS AIM Workshop on 21st June.

Join the complimentary webinar to see first-hand how ANSYS AIM R17.1 can help you solve your toughest structural or fluid flow design challenges in a single, easy-to-use environment.
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Interfacial Gauge Methods for Incompressible Fluid Dynamics
Posted Monday June 13 at 9:23am
Resolving the often-intricate fluid dynamics taking place next to moving boundaries and surfaces, or how these tiny structures influence the motion of the surfaces and the surrounding environment is a difficult computational task.

Dr. Robert Saye, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s (Berkeley Lab’s) 2014 Luis Alvarez Fellow in Computing Sciences, has published his work on Interfacial Gauge Methods for Incompressible Fluid Dynamics which promises to make the task easier.
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Presenters for the 16th FLOW-3D European Users Conference Announced
Posted Friday June 10 at 2:39pm
Flow Science is pleased to announce this year’s presenters for the 16th FLOW-3D European Users Conference; their topics and breadth of experience promise an exciting and informative conference. 

Flow Science customers who use FLOW-3D, FLOW-3D Cast and FLOW-3D/MP as the basis for exciting and innovative research and development will present and discuss their work, including topics such as fuel filling, compound belt casting process, shrinkage and solidification in cast iron castings, environmental modeling, and optimization studies.
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Lattice-Boltzmann Methods for Industrial Applications
Posted Friday June 10 at 11:34am
ERCOFTAC will host Lattice-Boltzmann Methods for Industrial Applications: Overview, Guidance & Examples on 13-14 June 2016.

Lattice-Boltzmann Methods (LBM) has become a very powerful tool for engineering in Computational Fluid Dynamics. They represent a very efficient competitor to Navier-Stokes based tools.
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Interested in ORC or SCO2 Waste Heat Recovery Technology?
Posted Wednesday June 8 at 9:21am
SoftInWay has added the new self-paced course Waste Heat Recovery Design to their Turbomachinery University.

This comprehensive course gives an in-depth insight into cycle analysis and turbine engineering, starting from general discussions of energy systems and opportunities for waste heat recovery and ending with complete design of flow path and 3D blades for the turbine with attachments.
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CONSELF Announces Release v2.3.0 With Major Improvements
Posted Tuesday June 7 at 1:16pm
CONSELF is proud to announce the release of version 2.3.0 of their simulations on the cloud service. Available directly from the browser by typing, the service kept improving since its first release in October 2015.
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Now Accepting Entries for Pointwise’s Meshy Award Contest
Posted Monday June 6 at 4:30pm
Pointwise is accepting entries for the Meshy Award contest for the most outstanding mesh generated using Pointwise.

The winner will be announced on 22 September 2016 during the Pointwise User Group Meeting.
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Design Exploration with CFD for Better Dry Low NOx Hydrogen Gas Turbine Combustors
Posted Monday June 6 at 2:28pm
CD-adapco will host Design Exploration with CFD for Better Dry Low NOx Hydrogen Gas Turbine Combustors on June 18, 2016.

Safely combusting hydrogen (H2) in gas turbines, while still providing sufficient energy density, could help meet ever-increasing energy demands by making use of an economically attractive fuel supply.
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