Prometech Software, Inc. (Head office: Tokyo, CEO: Fujisawa Toshimitsu, hereafter Prometech) and ANSYS, Inc. (Head office: Canonsburg, PA, President and CEO: Ajei Gopal, hereafter ANSYS) jointly announced their collaboration to bring more wide-ranging multiphysics simulation solutions to the market, during the Prometech Simulation Conference.
The partnership enables users to perform multiphysics fluid phenomena calculations with Particleworks, while realizing improved interactive environments with ANSYS products.
Prometech provides simulation solutions for large free surface flow and splashing/spraying flow with its unique mesh-free particle method known as the MPS (Moving Particle Simulation) Method. The coupling between Particleworks and ANSYS structural simulation solutions empower users to simulate complex multi-physics phenomena, whereas the coupling of Particleworks with ANSYS fluid simulation solution allows users to simulate realistic air-liquid phenomena.
Embedding Particleworks in the ANSYS® Workbench™ environment enables key features, such as the calculation of structure deformation caused by fluid pressure and structure heat transfer by use of the heat transfer coefficient.
“The coupling solution between ANSYS and Particleworks will bring enormous benefits to many engineers in product design and development,” stated Dr. T. Fujisawa, founder and CEO, Prometech Software, Inc. “Particleworks is becoming a new standard meshfree CFD software which enables a wide range of engineers to employ CFD as an intuitive tool. While partnering with ANSYS provides a wider range of simulation approaches to coupled phenomena. I believe the user-friendly operability of coupled analysis using Particleworks on the ANSYS Workbench platform will bring a significant paradigm shift at the early design stage.”
"There is considerable customer demand for modeling flows with significant free surface motion, including splashing and kneading. ANSYS collaborated with with Prometech Software Inc. to provide fast insights using Prometech’s advanced particle-based simulator available in Particleworks." said Dr. S. Subbiah, Vice President, Global Product Operations / Fluids Product Management at ANSYS, Inc. "Prometech has enabled coupling between Particleworks and ANSYS Fluent software and ANSYS Mechanical software to model coupled phenomena."
More information: www.ansys.com/about-ansys/partner-ecosystem/software-partners/prometech
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DATE: Wednesday November 28, 2018 – Friday November 30, 2018. (9:30 - 17:00)
VENUE: Tokyo Big Sight
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Prometech will be present at the RecurDyn Users’ Conference 2018. This annual conference is the place to be for gaining technical information, discovering user case studies and much more. The Annual RecurDyn Users’ Conference is also a great opportunity to meet other RecurDyn users and for knowledge sharing. To celebrate RecurDyn’s 20th Anniversary, Mr. Takashi(Tak) Suzuki (President, FunctionBay K.K.) will be introducing the history of multibody dynamic analysis and the coupling of elastic bodies with the Particle Method.
DATE: Friday, November 16, 2018
VENUE: Marunouchi Hall & Conference
ADMISSION: Free of charge
Organized by FunctionBay K.K.
Prometech will be part of the NAFEMS European Conference on Multiphysics Simulation 2018 (11-12, October)
It’s the fourth European Conference on Multiphysics simulations organized by NAFEMS. It will cover the use of Multiphysics simulations in industry, including the following topics:
DATE: 11-12, October
VENUE: Novotel Budapest Centrum
Rakoczi ut 43-45 1088 BUDAPEST - HUNGARY
Organized by NAFEMS
Building on an enviable 34-year track record of commanding attention and stimulating debate about the state of the art and the potential of Engineering Simulation, this year’s conference offers a richer, more substantial and more tightly integrated ecosystem than ever. The programme includes:
DATE: 8-9, October
PLACE: Vicenza Convention Centre @Fiera di Vicenza, Italy www.vicenzaconventioncentre.it
Organized by EnginSoft S.p.A
Prometech’s co-founder Seiichi Koshizuka (Professor of the University of Tokyo) received the "Achievement Award" of the Japan Society for Computational Engineering and Science in 2017.
Prof. Seiichi Koshika of the University of Tokyo (Engineering Dr.), who is a co-founder of Prometech Software, Inc. as an External Board Member, received the "Achievement Award" by the Japan Society for Computational Engineering and Science in 2017.
This award is given to the members who have made a remarkable contribution to the development of academic studies related to computer engineering and technology improvement by the Japan Society for Computational Engineering and Science, in honor of their achievements.
The reasons for this award are as follows.
(Hereinafter referred to as "Computational Engineering", Journal of the Japan Society for Computational Engineers and Science 2018 vol.23 No.3)
Prof. Koshizuka has engaged in the research of the numerical fluid dynamics and the field of computational engineering, devised a proprietary particle method Moving Particle Semi-implicit (MPS) method, applied it in a wide range of fields, and has made many achievements. In addition, he has been driving this field as a research subcommittee on simulation quality assurance established at the Society, as a vice chair or chief investigator of the research group. He also served on the Board of Directors from 2006 to 2011, the Vice Chairman in 2012-2013, the Chairman in 2014-2015, and the Secretary in 2016-2017, contributing significantly to the operation and development of the Society.