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Latest Software Cradle CFD software adds upgrades for heat and flow simulation

Published 10 July 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: simulation, cfd, cfd analysis, software cradle

Version 12 of scSTREAM has new features for pump design

New upgrades and abilities are now offered in two of Software Cradle’s specialised CFD products, SC/Tetra and scSTREAM, for pumps and electrical heat displacement, respectively.

Version 12 of SC/Tetra, an unstructured grid CFD software contains new features, many designed to optimise pump flow design.

Single pitch shape extraction for centrifugal pumps offers to significantly reduces calculation time and cost, while an optional Smart Blades tool parametrically creates, solves, and post-processes axial fan designs.

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Rio 2016 Olympic Torch - colourful expanding design for the games

Published 09 July 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, olympics, olympic torch, brazil, rio

With Rio 2016 just around the corner, the new Olympic Torch has been unveiled - with moving coloured segments

It seems like only yesterday we made a fanfare of London 2012’s BarberOsgerby crafted Olympic Torch, but it’s shocking to realise that Rio’s turn to host the event is quickly upon us - and its torch is ready to light up.

Designed by Sao Paolo-based design studio Chelles & Hayashi, the torch features an expanding, segmented body that reveals the colours of the host nation’s sky, mountains, sea and earth when passed between torchbearers.

The multi-disciplinary studio, headed up by Gustavo Chelles and Romy Hayshi, has a huge mixed portfolio of product and packaging designs, and seem to create at least part of their 3D output in SolidWorks.

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WS turns to desktop Core i7 and Xeon CPUs to boost performance in mobile workstations

Published 09 July 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: quadro, workstation, core i7, xeon, mobile workstation

The WS-M150 can host the Intel Core i7-4790K CPU which runs at 4.0GHz (turbo 4.4GHz)

Workstation Specialists is turning to desktop Intel CPUs to deliver more performance in its mobile workstations for CAD, simulation and rendering.

The Derby-based firm has launched three new machines: two based on the desktop Intel Core i5 and i7-4700 series CPUs and one based on the Intel Xeon E5-2600 v2 series which boasts up to 12 cores.

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Samsung launches 2TB Solid State Drives (SSDs)

Published 08 July 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: cad, cae, ssd, samsung

The 2TB 850 PRO. Wave goodbye to your Hard Disk Drive (HDD)?

In a move that is sure to please designers and engineers who work with massive CAD/CAM/CAE datasets, Samsung has announced 2TB models of its 850 PRO and 850 EVO Solid State Drives (SSDs), doubling the capacity of its previous top-end models.

This big increase in capacity is thanks Samsung’s 3D Vertical NAND (V-NAND), which, instead of instead of cramming transistors horizontally closer together, works by stacking layers of transistors on top of each other.

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