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  • CFturbo GmbH Partners with Simerics, Inc. to Announce CFturbo SMP Software

    CFturbo SMP simulation software empowers Turbomachinery engineers to compute performance maps for pumps, blowers, fans, compressors and turbines: fast, accurate, cost effective and easy-to-use.

     

    As the design requirements for Turbomachinery becomes more demanding, CFturbo and Simerics have combined Turbomachinery design software with CFD-simulation software into one solution, CFturbo SMP.  This allows users to design Turbomachinery components easily, and to simulate designs using CFD software results to improve turbomachine performance, power and efficiency. CFturbo SMP Software also provides CFD engineers with the ability to start with a design point or with an existing geometry to design and simulate turbomachines such as pumps, blowers, compressors and turbines for their processes and products.

     

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    By working together, Simerics, Inc. and CFturbo GmbH have enabled users to significantly reduce the time to get critical CFD results in the market for Turbomachinery design and simulation.

     

    “Our development with CFturbo has enabled engineers to easily model and change impellers, stators and volutes in minutes with associative CFD results,” said Rich Moore, Vice President Strategy, OEMs, Partners, Simerics, Inc.  “With CFturbo SMP we have made the combination of designing Turbomachinery and using CFD a simple and straight forward process at an affordable price.”

     

    “We have added CFturbo software with Simerics MP to allow engineers to take advantage of a much needed, improved workflow for fast, accurate, cost-effective and user-friendly solution for Turbomachinery design and simulation. With CFturbo SMP customers get realistic results that compared accurately with multiple field tests on various types of turbomachines providing users with the confidence to design excellent geometries” said Ralph Peter Mueller, Managing Director of CFturbo GmbH and President of CFturbo, Inc.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    About Simerics, Inc.

    Simerics is headquartered in Bellevue, WA and is the leading developer of the award winning Simerics MP CFD Platform that many CFD products are built on, including PumpLinx, Orca3D Marine CFD, Creo Flow Analysis, Simerics MP for SOLIDWORKS and CFturbo SMP. Simerics has vertical solutions in Turbomachinery, Auto; Aerospace; Marine, Pumps; Valves; Compressors; Heat Exchangers; and Electronics industries as well as general purpose CFD. For more information please visit www.simerics.com.

     

    About CFturbo GmbH

    CFturbo is headquartered in Dresden/Germany with a major office in New York City, NY and supported by global network of distributors. Dedicated to Turbomachinery design and related Engineering Services in design of rotating machinery, fluid flow and heat transfer CFturbo has become a partner with worldwide respect in the Turbomachinery community over the last ten years. Our conceptual design software CFturbo is supposed to be the most user-friendly system available on the market. For more information please visit www.cfturbo.com.

     

    Contacts:

    Ralph Peter Mueller ralph-peter.mueller@cfturbo.com +1 929.351.2009

    Rich Moore rich.moore@simerics.com +1 978.376.1763

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  • What 5 Million Engineers Can’t See

    What if all 5 million engineers in the world couldn’t see? Today 7.5 billion people can’t see air, the inside of a bubble, heat, nitrogen, oxygen, pressure, pressure forces, and water (because it’s usually in a pipe or in a pump or under the earth or seeping into your house). That’s right, 7.5 billion people can’t see what makes up half of the world. There are many other “Fluids” that we can’t see, think of them as un-seeable fluids. Who wants to see what you can’t see? The world’s population does and 5 million Engineers do for sure. If Engineers make Digital Fluids, then others will be able to see what they haven’t been able to see!

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    How can we make the ability to see Digital Fluids push-button? Microsoft came up with one of the best strategies ever, “A Personal Computer for Every Home”. For Digital Fluids we need a “Human Computer for Every Person” strategy to turn on what the world can’t see. Creo Parametric engineers can now see Digital Fluids in each design by using Creo Flow Analysis and then output the animated streamlines from those designs to Augmented Reality using Vuforia Studio.These Digital Fluids can now be seen and shared with others. If Engineers create Digital Fluids and share them, they are the main source and basis in the evolution of “A Human Computer for Every Person”.

    Next June in Boston at LiveWorx19 you will get the opportunity to see the un-seeable! PTC customers will share how their Engineers have completely defined their products by adding Digital Fluids and Augmented Reality to their Designs. This is defined as Digital Models, plus Digital Fluids, plus Augmented Reality, plus the Actual Product = COMPLETE PRODUCT (like the photographs of the airplane and snowmobile above from LiveWorx 18). In addition to Engineers, people in Preventative Maintenance and Installation Management will be interested in the COMPLETE PRODUCT as well. LiveWorx is becoming “the Mecca” for Engineers and Executives to see what you can’t see so others can see and enjoy the benefits of Digital Fluids. If more people see Digital Fluids we believe a “Human Computer for Every Person” is on the way!

     

    Simerics hopes to see you at LiveWorx19 where you’ll see Digital Fluids via Augmented Reality and you’ll be able to say you were there to see what others couldn’t. Remember a “Human Computer for Every Person” starts with automating what you can’t see and seeing what you can’t—half of your product and half of the world!

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  • Simerics Workshop at SNAME 2018

    Join Simerics and Orca3D for a complimentary 3-hour hands-on computational fluid dynamics (CFD) workshop, highlighting the ease-of-use and speed of the Orca3D Marine CFD system. Orca3D Marine CFD is an integration of the Rhino modeling system, the Orca3D marine design plug-in for Rhino, and a special version of Simerics MP with a marine template. With Orca3D Marine CFD, naval architects can easily perform consistent, reliable, and accurate CFD analyses of all types of vessels, at an affordable price and without the need to be a CFD expert.

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    The workshop will focus not only on the mechanics of how to run an analysis and generate results, but also how to use the software to improve your design. Registrants may download and install an evaluation version of Orca3D Marine CFD prior to the workshop, and bring their own models to analyze during the workshop.

     

    Who can attend?
    SNAME Members who a) currently hold positions within the maritime industry and b) are full conference registrants for SMC18

     

    When is the workshop?
    Wednesday, 24 October, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

     

    How do I register?

    1. Register to attend the SMC Conferencesnameconvention.com/register
    2. Contact events@sname.orgto add this workshop to your registration

      

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  • Simerics at SNAME 2018

    Simerics will be an exhibitor at SNAME Maritime Convention 2018 which will be held Oct 24-27, 2018 in Providence, RI  at the Rhode Island Convention Center.  SNAME  is an internationally recognized non-profit, professional society of individual members from more than 85 countries, serving the maritime and offshore industries and their suppliers.

    To learn about Simerics’ latest developments for Marine industry, please visit us at booth number 315!

  • Simerics at Turbomachinery & Pump Users Symposia 2018

    Simerics will be participating in the 47TH TURBOMACHINERY & 34TH INTERNATIONAL PUMP USERS SYMPOSIA (TPS 2018).
    The goal of these events is to promote professional development, technology transfer, peer networking, and information exchange among industry professionals. This year TPS will be held at George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX on September 18-20.

    To learn about the latest developments from Simerics and to talk to our engineers, please visit us at booth 1127 at TPS 2018

     

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