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New Software: New CFD and Geometry Interfaces in Pointwise Meshing Software
Posted Tue February 09, 2016 @08:34PM
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News Pointwise announces the latest release of its meshing software featuring updated native interfaces to computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and geometry codes.

"This new production release of Pointwise includes updated support for the Kestrel CFD solver," said John Chawner, Pointwise’s president.

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Events: Webinar FINE™/Marine v5.1rc New Features Webcast
Posted Thu February 04, 2016 @11:49AM
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Announcements Discover the new features of NUMECA's CFD marine suite for marine engineers and naval architects.

Join us on 17 February for this free webinar session and learn how this new version of FINE™/Marine will boost your productivity, from mesh generation to results visualization, while giving you a deeper insight in the flow physics, and ask all your questions in live to the experts!

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ESI Group Launches ESI Cloud CFD SaaS Platform
Posted Wed February 03, 2016 @11:41PM
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News ESI Group, pioneer and world-leading solution provider in Virtual Prototyping for manufacturing industries, has announced the launch of ESI Cloud: a reliable, scalable, multitenant and secure SaaS Platform designed to deliver advanced engineering simulation in the cloud, across multiple physics and engineering disciplines.

ESI Cloud offers designers and engineers cloud-based computer aided engineering (CAE) solutions across physics and engineering disciplines. ESI Cloud combines ESI’s industry tested virtual engineering solutions integrated onto ESI’s Cloud Platform with browser based modeling, visualization, and real-time collaboration tools.

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International Conference on the Finite Volume Method: Applications & Numerics
Posted Tue February 02, 2016 @08:49AM
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Announcements We are pleased to announce the first International Conference on the Finite Volume Method: Applications & Numerics to be held in Beirut, Lebanon, July 11-14, 2016 .

Since 1991, the CFD group at AUB has witnessed a tremendous regional increase in the use of CFD, at both academia and industry. This has translated into a growing and dynamic CFD community in the region and a rapidly expanding CFD market in terms of applications and capital.

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Events: Solving the Technology Demands of the Refining & Petrochemical Industries
Posted Mon February 01, 2016 @10:30PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Simulation to Solve Changing Technology Demands of the Refining & Petrochemical Industries on February 25th in Houston, Texas.

The refining and petrochemical industries are undergoing tremendous change. On one hand, the influx of cheap shale gas demands fuel flexibility of combustion processes in crackers. On the other hand, crudes are becoming heavier, but the requirements on sulfur content in fuels are becoming more stringent to meet pollution control regulations. All of this results in the demand of cutting-edge technology that can meet the needs and reduce cost of production at the same time.

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Application: The Quality of Cream and CFD
Posted Sun January 31, 2016 @07:19PM
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Application Cream is an oil-in-water emulsion consisting of dairy fat extracted from whole milk by centrifugal separation. If the stresses created by the separation process are too high, the cream undergoes a phase transition that transforms it into a water-in-oil emulsion known as butter.

Minimizing stresses is especially important during the cream's final cooling storage process, which determines the quality of the cream. To produce high quality cream, the production facility must maintain a uniformly cold stirring tank which generates "instant" cooling effects while minimizing the stresses to the cream.

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