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► 2-Way Strongly Coupled FSI Simulations of a Tubular Aortic Heart Valve using Abaqus & FlowVision, Oct 2017, Turkey
  21 Sep, 2017 


FSI simulation of an artificial aortic valve using Abaqus FEA & FlowVision CFD software,
supported by experimental validation. In this webinar, you will see how to:
- prepare coupled FSI model
- tackle large deformations, small clearances, and elastic body contacts

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Presentation Outline:

In this presentation, a study where the 2-way strongly
coupled FlowVision & Abaqus FSI approach has been used to
simulate the behavior of biomedical textile mesh-reinforced
percutaneous aortic valve is going to be presented, together
with the experimental validation.

2-way strongly coupled Fluid-Structure-Interaction using
Abaqus & FlowVision
Including large deformations
Tackling small clearances & contacts between leaflets and
leaflet-tube.


► 62nd Indian Society Of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (ISTAM) Conference, Dec 2017, India
  19 Sep, 2017 



India, December 15, 2017

The Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics was
established in 1955, with its headquarters at Indian
Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. ISTAM was formed by the
think tanks of the post independent India for providing a
common platform to the Scientists, technologists and the
engineers to share and discuss the current research work
conducted by them individually or in groups to seek the
solutions to the emerging problems of the society for
better living conditions.

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The Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics was
established in 1955, with its headquarters at Indian
Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. ISTAM was formed by the
think tanks of the post independent India for providing a
common platform to the Scientists, technologists and the
engineers to share and discuss the current research work
conducted by them individually or in groups to seek the
solutions to the emerging problems of the society for
better living conditions. During the congress, five
memorial lectures in honor of B.R. Seth , P.L Bhatnagar,B.
Karunesh, A.S. Gupta and G.I Taylor are given by eminent
researchers from across the world and also several invited
lectures are arranged to cover the current trends of
various topics of Mechanics. The Annual Congress of the
Society have been held at various IITs, Universities, RECs,
NITs, Engineering colleges and other reputed research
establishments in different parts of the country. It has
been attracting a large number of research workers not only
from our country but also from abroad. The society has gone
a long way in promoting inter-disciplinary research in
Basic Sciences and Applied Mechanics. The Society has
specific philosophy to encourage young scientists in the
form of awards. Papers submitted are peer reviewed and are
published in the form of e-proceedings. Abstracts of papers
that are presented in the Congress are published in our
Souvenir volume.



► Nonlinear Dynamics of Classical Magnetic Systems, Nov 2017, India
  19 Sep, 2017 


India, November 11, 2017

The course cover problems concerning systems far from
equilibrium where there is a competition between injection
and dissipation of energy. The prototypes models will be
based on contemporary magnetic systems at nanometer scales.
Theoretical and numerical approaches will be treated. The
course will focus on different aspect of parametric
instabilities in magnetic systems, at zero-, one- and two-
spatial dimensions.

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The balance between injection and dissipation of a physical
quantity leads a system to behave in a complicated manner,
producing a rich variety of spatiotemporal structures.
Commonly, systems far from equilibrium are described by
nonlinear differential equations (NDEs) or coupled maps. In
general, it is not possible to obtain analytic solutions
for these NDEs.
Nevertheless, in the last decades an extensive variety of
general techniques have been developed to obtain
approximate solutions close to the onset of the
instabilities. In a determinist system, different type of
states can be found varying the parameters and the initial
conditions. By changing one parameter in the system, it can
pass from one state to another. For instance, in an
extended system a homogeneous state can become a pattern.
This type of bifurcation is called spatial instability.
The pattern can be regular or chaotic. The latter term
means that pattern’s behavior in a long time window is
aperiodic and sensible to the initial conditions. One type
of physical systems that presents a variety of complex
phenomena is the magnetic systems, especially when a
parametric driven forcing is acting over the system. In
fact, in low dimensional magnetic system chaotic behaviors
may appear when the magnetic field is a time dependent
function. On the hand, extended systems can exhibit
dissipative Solitons or Faraday waves depending on the
amplitude and frequency of the driven forcing.
The course pretends to cover problems concerning systems
far from equilibrium where there is a competition
between injection and dissipation of energy. The prototypes
models will be based on contemporary magnetic systems at
nanometer scales. Theoretical and numerical approaches will
be treated. These problems are interesting from both
physical and mathematical point of view. The first goal of
the course is to motivate students to solve complex
problems. The course will focus on different aspect of
parametric instabilities in magnetic systems, at zero-,
one- and two- spatial dimensions. The different types of
dimensions have a practical significance because they can
be used to model particles, wires, stripes as well as
spin-valve oscillator devices, which are central part of
nanoscience and have potential technological applications.
The second goal is to show the intrinsic correspondence
between the physics and mathematics of the magnetic
systems. The derivation of the spatiotemporal evolution
equations will be performed and some features of them will
be analyzed. The final goal is to show how several branches
of mathematics are indispensable to characterize the
dynamical behavior of such systems. In particular,
different methods based on bifurcation analysis,
perturbation methods, and the normal form theory will be
introduced. In addition, numerical simulations techniques
will be examined. In particular, the Lyapunov exponents
method will be shown.
The course will benefit the students of graduate and post
graduate levels, and academicians of mathematics and
physics to acquire a new experience to apply mathematical
methods in modern physical problems.
Modules Foundations of magnetism, Magnetization dynamics ,
Non-autonomous dynamics , Simulations
Conservative systems, 1D, 2D systems out of equilibrium,
Spintronics


► 10days course on Computational Methods and Parallel Processing in Science and Technology, Dec 2017, India
  18 Sep, 2017 


India, December 20, 2017

This course emphasis on the state-of-art in contemporary
mathematical methods for problems related to fluid dynamics
with a wide spectrum of industrial applications. Topics
will include simulations of complex physical, biological,
and engineering systems, optimization and evaluation of
simulation models, scientific visualization and parallel
computing on GPU (Graphics Processing Unit).

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The course will cover
i) Fundamentals of scientific computing methods, viz, finite
difference, finite element, finite volume and particle
methods.
ii) Application of the above methods in solving the Navier-
Stokes and Maxwell equations.
iii) Parallel computing on GPU
iv) Specific application of above mentioned methods in the
biomedical science, electromagnetic and defence applications.



► Turbomachinery Development with Inverse Design and High Fidelity CFD Seminar
  18 Sep, 2017 

During the upcoming Turbomachinery development with inverse design and high fidelity CFD Seminar, we will be hosting some of the best professionals in turbomachinery, coming from great companies such as Grundfos, ISimQ, and UCL.

To learn more about the speaker lineup please click here http://bit.ly/2uoytNl

► 20 New/Updated CFD Jobs Since Last Week
  17 Sep, 2017 


The following new or updated CFD jobs have been posted in the  

CFD Jobs Database since last week (Sun, Sep 10, 2017):

#14578: Master and PhD in CFD, UAV, Fuel Cell, 3D Printing, Materials
University of Windsor, Job in Academia
Canada, Ontario, Windsor

#14577: Import Export Shipment Data To Understand The Trade
ajam, Contract Work
India, delhi, delhi

#14576: PhD and Masters in simulating LNG in marine shipping
University of British Columbia, PhD Studentship
Canada, British Columbia, Kelowna

#14575: PhD and Masters in simulating LNG in marine shipping
University of British Columbia, Job in Academia
Canada, British Columbia, Kelowna

#14574: Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter (m/w) Simulation und Modellierung
Lehrstuhl für Photonische Technologien, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, PhD Studentship
Germany, Bayern, Erlangen

#14573: wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (226/2017)
CIC Virtuhcon, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, PhD Studentship
Germany, Sachsen, Freiberg

#14572: PhD on high-order methods for LES of turbulent jets
ONERA, PhD Studentship
France, Paris region, Châtillon

#14571: Post-Doctoral Research Associate
ODU Research Foundation, PostDoc Position
United States, VA, Norfolk

#14570: Post-Doc Position - Modelling of the cerebral hemodynamics
Politecnico di Torino, PostDoc Position
Italy, Torino

#14569: Software Engineer
Ricardo, Job in Industry
United Kingdom, West Sussex, Shoreham

#14568: PostDoc Position in Power Enginering & Combustion System
Institute for Energy Research, Jiangsu University, PostDoc Position
China, Jiangsu Province, Zhenjiang

#14567: Software Tester - CFD Solver
Opus Sterling, Job in Industry
United Kingdom, London

#14566: CFD Engineer
Koch-Glitsch , Job in Industry
United States, Wichita , KS

#14565: Grid Generation Engineer
NUMECA International, Job in Industry
Belgium, Brussels

#14564: Scientist
A*STAR Institute of High Performance Computing, PostDoc Position
Singapore, Singapore

#14563: PhD position in porous media flow for subsurface systems
University of Arizona, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences, PhD Studentship
United States, Arizona, Tucson

#14562: CFD Support/Applications Engineer
Convergent Science, Job in Industry
India, Pune

#14549: Advanced CFD for Rotor Blade Aerodynamics
The University of Sydney, PhD Studentship
Australia, NSW, Sydney

#14166: CFD-derived reduced order models for turbulent flows
University of Southampton, PhD Studentship
United Kingdom, Outside the US or Canada, Southampton

#14165: Rapid CFD methods for aircraft loads
University of Southampton, PhD Studentship
United Kingdom, Outside the US or Canada, Southampton

To learn more about these jobs please visit the CFD Jobs Database at https://www.cfd-online.com/Jobs/



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► Key Employees of Turbine Test Services Join SimuTech Group - Broadway World
  23 Sep, 2017

Key Employees of Turbine Test Services Join SimuTech Group
Broadway World
Key Employees of Turbine Test Services Join SimuTech Group SimuTech Group, Inc. has significantly expanded its testing capabilities to include wind turbine ...

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► $400 million Port of Brownsville shipbuilding contract finalized - riograndeguardian.com
  22 Sep, 2017

riograndeguardian.com

$400 million Port of Brownsville shipbuilding contract finalized
riograndeguardian.com
He said the ship's hull has been fully optimized using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and will be one of the most hydrodynamically efficient hulls in the world. “The containerships will be able to run completely on LNG fuel, dramatically reducing ...

► Holden Reveals Its 2018 Supercars Contender - The Motor Report
  22 Sep, 2017

The Motor Report

Holden Reveals Its 2018 Supercars Contender
The Motor Report
To develop and adapt the new Commodore hatch to the Supercars control chassis has taken around 20,000 hours with Computational Fluid Dynamics [CFD] software pivotal in helping shape the new car's aerodynamics. “There's been a long line of ...

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► Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Market Global Insights and Trends 2017 to 2022 - Trade Calls (press release)
  20 Sep, 2017

Trade Calls (press release)

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Market Global Insights and Trends 2017 to 2022
Trade Calls (press release)
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Report on Global and United States Market, Status and Forecast, by Players, Types and Applications 2017 to 2022 provides a unique tool for evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, and supporting strategic ...

► Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Market Study on Global and United States by Growth Rate, Trends, Share, Key ... - satPRnews (press release)
  20 Sep, 2017

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Market Study on Global and United States by Growth Rate, Trends, Share, Key ...
satPRnews (press release)
A new research document with title '2017-2022 Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Report on Global and United States Market, Status and Forecast, by Players, Types and Applications' covering detailed analysis, Competitive landscape, forecast and ...

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► Engineering the world's grandest architectural projects - The Engineer
  14 Sep, 2017

The Engineer

Engineering the world's grandest architectural projects
The Engineer
During the design phase it carries out CFD (computational fluid dynamics) studies to better understand the natural airflow within the structures and how various building elements interact. It then develops algorithms to explore how those conditions can ...

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► Additive Manufacturing of Advanced Nuclear Fuels
  23 Sep, 2017
The hybrid additive manufacturing process improves nuclear fuel cycle economics and safety margins.
► Hurricane Irma and Harvey are Just a Taste of the Future, Scientist says
  22 Sep, 2017
The likelihood of these huge storms happening is increasing currently and will continue to grow throughout the remainder of the century
► Fighting Global Warming with Global Cooling
  22 Sep, 2017
Climate engineering is the intentional manipulation of Earth’s climate to combat the harmful effects of climate change. Also known as geoengineering, climate engineering encompasses a broad range of approaches that can be classified amongst two categories: greenhouse gas removal and solar radiation management.
► The Technology of Metamaterials
  22 Sep, 2017
Metamaterials are exotic materials with designable properties that are artificially constructed at the macroscopic level with a periodic structure. They are built to manipulate the electromagnetic or acoustic response of a material at precisely controlled target frequencies. Metamaterials can be used to construct technology that previously only existed in the realm of science fiction.
► Cheap Solar Panels Are Causing Economic Harm, ITC Says
  22 Sep, 2017
The ITC sided with two financially U.S. manufacturers who blamed low-cost Chinese solar module imports for their financial troubles.
► Constant Force Springs – Applications Beyond the Point of Purchase Market
  22 Sep, 2017
Everything from design to testing to production is done in-house at Maryland Precision Spring.

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► Best Practices in Combustion CFD, III
  20 Sep, 2017
ERCOFTAC will host Best Practices in Combustion CFD, III on December 11-12, 2017 at TU DELFT, NL. Design and operation of modern engines in particular, gas turbine & ICE, faces the need to combine high efficiency, reliability, with low pollutants emissions. This course addresses the subject in the perspective of
► CFD for Structural Designers & Analysts
  15 Sep, 2017
NAFEMS will host the online course CFD for Structural Designers & Analysts in 3 two-hour sessions beginning September 20th. This course aims to introduce the essential principles of fluid dynamics, important flow phenomena, and basics of Computational Fluid Dynamics process to structural engineers and how CFD can be beneficial for
► Improved Metal Temperature Prediction for Turbine Blade Design with Simulation
  15 Sep, 2017
Siemens will host Improved Metal Temperature Prediction for Turbine Blade Design with Simulation on September 19th. Gas turbine engines used for aircraft propulsion and energy production operate under extremely harsh conditions. And they don’t get breaks as they are often in continuous service for decades. The market pressure to improve
► Sandia Labs Researcher Wins National Award in CFD
  14 Sep, 2017
Sandia National Laboratories researcher Pavel Bochev has been awarded the Thomas J.R. Hughes Medal by the U.S. Association for Computational Mechanics. The award is given biannually for “outstanding and sustained contributions to the broad field of computation fluid dynamics.”
► FloTHERM V12 - New Functionality
  14 Sep, 2017
Mentor Graphics will host a web seminar on New Functionality in FloTHERM V12 on September 21st. In this presentation from the FloTHERM Product Manager, the benefits of the new features in FloTHERM v12 will be described and demonstrated. New functionality includes a new and improved Command Center and we will
► Open Software in Continuum Mechanics 2017
  12 Sep, 2017
The UniCFD Web-laboratory is pleased to invite you to the 5th annual seminar on "Open Software in Continuum Mechanics" which is held as a part of the Ivannikov ISPRAS Open Conference on December 1, 2017 in Moscow, Russia. The seminar is devoted to development and implementation of numerical methods for

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