Welcome to the June 2009 issue of e-dynamics, your e-mail newsletter from CD-adapco, delivering the latest news on our events, products and services. Enjoy your read.
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Toro Rosso: STAR-CCM+ Gives You (More Aerodynamic) Wings Italian Formula One Team Scuderia Toro Rosso chooses STAR-CCM+ as their simulation tool for the aerodynamic design of their racing cars...
STAR-CD V4.10 Released With extensive upgrades to its multiphysics and ICE modeling capabilities, the latest version of STAR-CD is now available from the
User Download Site...
STAR-CCM+ helps to secure victory in the Volvo Ocean Race After a 39000 mile trip around the world
Ericsson 4 claims the Volvo Ocean Race. Both Ericsson boats were extensively designed using STAR-CCM+ by Cape Horn Engineering...
Seattle Office rises from the Ashes Just two weeks after our
Seattle Office burnt down, CD-adapco Seattle is fully operational again at an exciting new location...
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CD-adapco regularly attends a wide variety of CFD and CAE events, ranging from major international trade shows and conferences, seminars and CFD workshops, to our own STAR conferences.
Please browse this section for an event in a city near you.
Towards the Virtual Nuclear Reactor
Where: Barcelona, Spain When: June 29, 2009
Where: Madrid, Spain When: July 1, 2009
STAR-CCM+ in Singapore
Where: Singapore When: July 7-8 2009
CD-adapco and FE-Design Roadshow
Where: Karlsruhe, Germany When: July 21, 2009
Simulation for Advanced Modeling in the Turbomachinery Industry
Where: Online Seminar When: July 23, 2009
Realizing the Potential of Engineering Simulation Through Virtual Product Development
Where: Online Seminar When: July 30, 2009