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Harpoon speeds up CFD analysis at Rieter Automotive

Harpoon speeds up CFD analysis at Rieter Automotive
Designing the modern day car has become an extremely complex problem. Not only must the car be pleasing to the eye, but it must be comfortable, reasonably priced and fuel efficient as well. Based in Winterthur, Switzerland, Rieter Automotive Systems is one of the leading global suppliers of systems solutions in the field of noise control and thermal management for the automotive industry. Rieter Automotive Systems offers innovative solutions within a Total Vehicle Approach to make cars more comfortable, lighter and more efficient.
22nd February 2008

How does simulation show sheet metal wrinkling?

This is a good question and certainly worth further discussion.
11th February 2008

F1 Limitation on Use of CFD Software Could Benefit More Productive Software Providers

F1 Limitation on Use of CFD Software Could Benefit More Productive Software Providers
Flomerics has reacted to the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile’s (FIA’s) recent announcement of restrictions on the use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis software by suggesting that these restrictions might actually increase the use of more efficient CFD tools that automate most of the modeling process. “We believe that the FIA’s limitation on CFD and wind tunnel testing will accelerate the trend towards use of CFD tools that accomplish more in less time by integrating simulation with the design process,” said John Parry, Research Manager for Flomerics.
9th February 2008


PlantTriage Adds Graphical Modeling

PlantTriage's new visual modeling tools result in better dynamic process models. Better models give better all-around analysis resulting in optimal PID Tuning, accurate simulated response to upsets, accurate response to process noise, and better robustness analysis.
8th February 2008

Sikorsky Uses Harpoon to Solve Challenges of Coaxial Rotor Helicopter

Sikorsky Uses Harpoon to Solve Challenges of Coaxial Rotor Helicopter
When a company claims to have solved a challenge that has bedeviled its industry for years, it must be ready to prove that its idea will really fly. And that, quite literally, is what Sikorsky Aircraft is prepared to do. A leader in the design and manufacture of advanced helicopters for commercial, industrial, and military use, Sikorsky has used new technology to help significantly improve the performance of the conventional coaxial rotor, a stacked pair of high-performance counter-rotating rotors. The company is now preparing to demonstrate its new coaxial rotor, known as X2 Technology™ demonstrator*, with the world of aviation as its audience. Sikorsky is also hard at work applying its X2 Technology solutions to practical aviation challenges, as it perfects conceptual designs of two military heavy lift aircraft that employ the suite of X2 Technology solutions.
7th February 2008

Free Download Of NC Program Manager Software From Seiki Systems

Free Download Of NC Program Manager Software From Seiki Systems
Seiki Systems NC Program Manager software, incorporating advanced features that include a dedicated NC Editor and bi-directional program transfer via the computer RS 232 interface that can be configured for each machine tool, is now available as a free download from the Seiki Systems’ website. The software has been specifically developed to meet user needs for program creation, management, storage and editing.
6th February 2008

Thermal Simulation Validates Motor Design and Reduces Heatsink Weight

AnJen Solutions recently used Flomerics’ FLOTHERM computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software to assist MagneMotion, Inc. in their design of a vertical lift elevator made of linear synchronous motors (LSM).
6th February 2008

VisSim 7 is launched

VisSim 7 is launched
Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) is pleased to announce the launch of VisSim 7 from Visual Solutions Inc (Westford, MA). Delivering unmatched power, flexibility and extensibility, VisSim 7 is the latest version of the award-winning, Windows-based program for the modelling and simulation of complex nonlinear dynamic systems. It combines an intuitive drag and drop block diagram interface with a powerful simulation engine, making it the fastest and easiest-to-use simulation and embedded system design software available.
4th February 2008

First Trace Delivers Service Pack 2 for Enterprise Document Management, powered by Kinnosa

First Trace, Inc. announced the highly anticipated release of Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Enterprise Document Management, powered by Kinnosa. This release contains numerous system enhancements and fixes for expanded solution performance. SP2 includes seamless integration and support for AutoCAD 2008 and SolidWorks 2008, providing comprehensive document management and process management capabilities with these complex CAD tools. Advanced Windows Extension Service permits Enterprise Document Management features and functionality to incorporate into users Windows Desktop and Microsoft Office programs as well as OpenOffice. File search functionality has also been enriched to improve the user experience.
24th January 2008

Geomagic Studio 10 now shipping

Geomagic is now shipping Geomagic Studio 10, the latest version of its digital reconstruction software, and offering a free 90-day trial through www.geomagic.com.
24th January 2008


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