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CFD technology from ANSYS was used to predict fluid flows around the body of an elite swimmer in the outstretched glide position (assumed immediately after the initial dive and following each lap’s turn off the pool wall) to identify areas where drag, and its slowing effect, is likely to occur. The images shows flow pathlines colored by local flow velocity. Image courtesy of ANSYS, Inc.
  
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Application: Speedo Improves High Performance Swimsuit with ANSYS Software
Posted Thu April 24, 2008 @02:43PM
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Application ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced that 35 swimming world records have already been broken by athletes wearing a new high-performance swimsuit designed using engineering simulation software from ANSYS.

The Speedo® LZR RACER® suit, developed for elite swimmers and launched in February this year, has been proven in testing to optimize swimmer performance better than any suit to date. Seventeen out of 18 world records were broken at last week's FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) alone, suggesting the Speedo LZR RACER suit will make the headlines at the Beijing games.

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