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New Software: Trelis 15.1 Software Release Announced
Posted Thu November 20, 2014 @05:04PM
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News csimsoft, a leading developer of advanced meshing tools for the CFD and FEA communities, announced the release of Trelis 15.1, a version upgrade of its popular Trelis meshing software.

Trelis 15.1 includes the much anticipated Trelis SDK, with an export API for creating custom exporters, and integrated technology from MeshGems.

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New Software: ThermoAnalytics Announces the Release of Version 11.3
Posted Mon November 17, 2014 @02:56PM
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News ThermoAnalytics, Inc., a leader in advanced thermal, fluid-flow, and infrared modeling software, marks a new level of performance with Version 11.3 of its RadTherm®, RadThermIR®, and MuSES® software suite.

Version 11.3 showcases several features and enhancements including improved graphics window performance, increased post processing speed, enhanced fluid streams, and the use of phase change materials.

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Events: Modeling Solids Conveying Using the Discrete Element Method
Posted Mon November 17, 2014 @12:14PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Modeling Solids Conveying Using the Discrete Element Method at two different times on December 11, 2014.

Conveying and transport of solids poses challenging problems when compared to the transport of fluids. Particles have a unique flow and transport behavior that is dependent on the shape and size of particles, as well as the geometry and means of transport.

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ANSYS on the Cloud? Making Remote Visualization Work
Posted Tue November 11, 2014 @02:56PM
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News A recent ANSYS blog post relates efforts to facilitate remote solution visualization: Increasingly, we’re hearing from ANSYS customers who are interested in running simulation on the cloud. Along with enthusiasm for elastic capacity, we also hear a lot of questions about feasibility.

One set of these questions centers around the challenge of moving big simulation datasets between the end-user desktop and the cloud computing engine.

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Events: Free Simulating Systems Workshop for Powertrain to Reduce Emissions and Fuel Consumption
Posted Fri November 07, 2014 @11:03AM
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Announcements CD-adapco is pleased to announce a complimentary workshop being held in the Metro Detroit area on how to optimize your powertrain design. The workshop will be held December 3rd at the Baronette Renaissance Detroit-Novi Hotel.

Presenters will look at how to apply Multidisciplinary Design Exploration methods to look at coolant and oil flows as well as heat transfer through the engine to reduce peak temperatures and prevent failure.

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New Software: Uncertainty Quantification Tool Now Implemented in NUMECA Software Environment
Posted Thu November 06, 2014 @12:23PM
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News CFD simulations are currently run with a unique set of input data such as boundary conditions, physical models or geometry parameters. Realistic operating conditions of industrial products are however subject to operational and geometrical uncertainties. These uncertainties are a major source of risk in the design decision process.

Thanks to NUMECA’s Uncertainty Quantification (UQ) module, designers now have the capability to easily quantify the effect of input parameters' uncertainty on CFD results.

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