Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "CFD", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release Software aids LCD design from Flomerics, which we summarised at the time by saying "As EFD.V5 is embedded in Catia V5, Sharp Laboratories can use a single interface for both design and analysis of its LCD modules". A few weeks before, we featured the news release Grant to fast-track organic TFT design from Cambridge Display Technology: "The UK Department of Trade and Industry has awarded a Fast Track grant to help fund development of EDA software for use in organic TFT-based electronic applications".
In April 2007, we covered the news from Flomerics - take a look at Acquisition helps drive CFD software sales which says: "Flomerics Group sales increased by 24% to US $27.8 million during 2006".
Take a look also at the news release from Blue Ridge Numerics, Software accelerates thermal simulations, as well as Motherboard embeds power of Core Duo from Aaeon, and Software speeds heatsink sourcing from Mechanical Solutions.
Simulation evaluates data centre cooling (December 2005)
American Power Conversion helped solve a potential overheating problem in a customer's new data centre by using simulation to evaluate alternative designs prior to installing the equipment
Thermal analysis needs no knowledge of CFD (July 2005)
New, powerful and highly affordable CoolitPCB frees PCB designers to do their own board level thermal analyses
Radial blower aims for automotive market (June 2005)
A new brushless radial blower is aimed at automotive vehicle manufacturers for e-box and seat ventilation applications
New European source for thermal design software (April 2005)
CE Technologies has become a licensing agent for Coolit CFD software and will provide technical support for Coolit customers in Europe
Italians go American (November 2004)
American Power Conversion (APC) announces that Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro has selected their InfraStruXure with integrated cooling for Ferrari's new data centre in Maranello, Italy
Plotting software evolves to 64bit systems (August 2004)
Tecplot 10 Release 3 is the most powerful version yet of the data visualisation and technical plotting software from Tecplot
Software optimises heatsink design (June 2003)
Qfin 3.0 is an easy-to-use tool for designing optimised heatsinks
CFD software takes on embedded mesh technology (February 2003)
Daat Research Corp is claiming a breakthrough in accuracy and calculating speed for engineers performing thermal and flow analysis on electronic systems and subsystems
Cooling simulation helps reduce design time (October 2002)
Electronics cooling simulation is helping a major aerospace manufacturer reduce design time while minimising system weight, according to Dr Samir El-Khabiry of Illinois-based Hamilton Sundstrand
Thermal analysis software runs on multiprocessors (August 2002)
Daat Research has added multiple processor capabilities to boost the calculating speed of Coolit, the company's CFD thermal and flow analysis software for electronics