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New Software: Autodesk Labs Releases Project Calrissian For CFD
Posted Mon July 18, 2016 @05:52PM
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News Project Calrissian for CFD is a free technology preview of an application that combines functionality from Autodesk Flow Design (graduated from labs Project Falcon) and former Autodesk Labs project, Project Ventus for CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics).

The technology preview is open to the public. It is available to download and will operate until August 30, 2016.

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Chemical Processing - From Lab Scale to Plant Scale
Posted Mon July 18, 2016 @02:44PM
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News A new podcast in the Chemical Processing Minute Clinic Series discusses how simulation aids scale-up in the chemical processing industry.

In From Lab Scale to Plant Scale, Dr. Ravindra Aglave, director of chemical processing at CD-adapco a Siemens business joins as the guest expert.

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Events: Advanced Computing for Fluid Solvers
Posted Fri July 15, 2016 @02:35PM
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Announcements ERCOFTAC will host Advanced Computing for Fluid Solvers on 15-16 September 2016 at AMAZON, Web Services, London, UK.

Many experienced flow, turbulence and combustion (FTAC) practitioners and new researchers are aware of the rapid rates of progress in many areas of information and communication technology (ICT). The opportunities that this new power provides include (i) accelerated processing speed, (ii) large data set storage and interaction, (iii) remote manipulation and visualisation of full data sets, and (iv) reduction in the cost of simulations.

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Events: Improving Thermal Interface Material (TIM) Thermal Testing Accuracy
Posted Tue July 12, 2016 @02:41PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Improving Thermal Interface Material (TIM) Thermal Testing Accuracy on 27th July 2016, 10am UK Time & 9am US Time PST.

This presentation is on testing of TIM (Thermal Interface Materials) for electronics cooling applications, with a focus on thermal conductivity coefficient measurement of TIM materials and challenges with typical ASTM D4570 test method implementation.

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Events: Steer the Right Course with FINE™/Marine
Posted Tue July 12, 2016 @08:41AM
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Announcements NUMECA International is pleased to invite you to the seminar Steer the Right Course with FINE™/Marine organised at the Radisson BLU Hotel in Hamburg, Germany - only 150 meters away from the SMM 2016 exhibition centre - on September 8th 2016.

Fuel efficiency is one of the most dominant aspects during the design of modern vessels. To achieve the best possible trade-off between design parameters, accurate predictions for drag and seakeeping-performance are necessary, ideally in conjunction with powerful optimization tools.

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In Memoriam Frank Harlow
Posted Thu July 07, 2016 @08:36AM
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News Los Alamos Laboratory Fellow and physicist Frank Harlow died July 1, 2016 at age 88.

In a 50-year career at Los Alamos that began Sept. 1, 1953 as a staff member in the Theoretical Division, until his retirement on Sept. 4, 2003 as a Senior Fellow, Harlow was the inventor of numerous fluid dynamics techniques and came to be known to many associates as the "father of computational fluid dynamics." Harlow, in 1959, became group leader of the then Fluid Dynamics Group; the group was renamed Fluid Dynamics and Solid Mechanics in 2006. He was named a Laboratory Fellow in 1981.

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