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Mentor FloEFD CFD Tool Features Monte-Carlo Radiation Modeling, Multicore Meshing

Mentor Graphics introduced a new verion of FloEFD concurrent computational fluid dynamics tool. The new FloEFD features Monte-Carlo radiation modeling for thermo-optical performance and multicore meshing of complex geometries that speeds simulation magnitude faster. The Mentor CFD tool with Monte-Carlo modeling and multicore meshing enhancements is available for now.

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Mentor Graphics Launches 1D-3D CFD Simulation Software Tool

Mentor Graphics introduced a 1D-3D general-purpose software solution that combines 1D and 3D computational fluid dynamics (CFD). The solution is based on 3D FloEFD Concurrent CFD and 1D Flowmaster, which was recently acquired by Mentor Graphics. The Mentor Graphics 1D-3D product line will be available in the second half of this year.

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New Version of Mentor Graphics FloEFD Concurrent Computational Fluid Dynamics

Mentor Graphics introduced the latest version of their FloEFD concurrent computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation tool. FloEFD is now available with two new optional modules: (1) Advanced Module for combustion and hypersonic flows and (2) HVAC Module for radiation flow and comfort parameters. The new version of FloEFD now supports more languages (such as German, French, Japanese and Chinese). FloEFD helps mechanical engineers who may not be experts in general fluid dynamics or thermal simulation to effectively conduct analyses and to create better products faster.

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Mentor Graphics FloEFD for Siemens NX PLM Software

Mentor Graphics introduced Mentor Graphics FloEFD for Siemens NX technology. The new FloEFD features concurrent computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation. It is seamlessly integrated with the Siemens NX product lifecycle management (PLM) software. FloEFD for Siemens NX software works directly with native NX geometry using Finite Volume mathematical techniques, which results in more robust and faster simulations.

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