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2014-07-09 08:20:40

Combustion modeling tools guide creation of engine to demonstrate feasibility of new emissions standards PITTSBURGH, July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has selected ANSYS (NASDAQ: ANSS) simulation solutions to model in-cylinder combustion to develop an advanced test engine that will demonstrate fuel-saving and emissions-reducing technologies. The EPA's test engine will help establish the feasibility of meeting recently issued fuel standards...

2009-12-01 10:00:00

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- After a careful evaluation, Volkswagen (Ticker:VOWG) has become the first German automaker to join the esteemed Model Fuels Consortium II (MFC-II). The initial phase of the Model Fuels Consortium was launched four years ago by Reaction Design, the clean technology chemistry leader, to enable the design of cleaner-burning, more-efficient engines and fuels. Volkswagen is particularly interested in the Consortium's focus on modeling the combustion of both...

2008-09-22 09:00:51

Reaction Design, the clean technology chemistry leader, today announced the release of ENERGICO(TM), a revolutionary new simulation package for the gas turbine industry that uses the power of detailed chemistry to accurately model combustion in a virtual environment. By using ENERGICO to model and test new combustor designs, companies can save millions in gas turbine development costs and substantially reduce time-to-market when compared to traditional physical prototype testing....


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