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New Software: Fluent Releases FloWizard V2 for Rapid Flow Modeling
Posted Tue August 23, 2005 @01:15PM
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ANSYS FLUENT Fluent Inc., the worldwide leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD), has announced the immediate release of FloWizard V2 today. FloWizard leads in "rapid flow modeling" a flexible approach to CFD simulation that allows for accurate and quick engineering design validation much earlier in the product development cycle. FloWizard V2 builds on the success of the product's 2004 debut, which already gained a strong following in the design engineering community worldwide.

"Where CFD is still often perceived as a complex, scientific discipline, FloWizard now brings the ability to rapidly model flows to all stages in the product design process," said Paul Bemis, Vice President of Marketing at Fluent. "With the release of FloWizard V2, and its availability on our unique Remote Simulation Facility (RSolve), we can now offer flow modeling solutions on large parallel clusters starting at only $7000 per year (US). Offering such a fully integrated solution using a ‘pay as you go' delivery subscription service is yet another 'industry first' introduced by Fluent in the CAE industry."

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