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CD-adapco Releases Latest Version of Its CAE Software Tool, STAR-CCM+ v7.06

CD-adapco just released STAR-CCM+ v7.06 which includes numerous enhancements and new features.

NEW YORK and LONDON, Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CD-adapco is proud to announce the release of STAR-CCM+ v7.06, the latest version of its multidisciplinary engineering simulation software tool.  As the third release in 2012, STAR-CCM+ v7.06 introduces a number of enhancements and new feature that have the specific aim of helping CD-adapco customers: shorten their product development schedules; create more reliable and better quality products; and to gain additional insight into their product behavior and performance.

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"STAR-CCM+ v7.06, illustrates our continued commitment to making our customers even more successful through engineering simulation," said Jean-Claude Ercolanelli, Senior VP of Product Management.

Accelerate Your Product Development
In order to play a role in product development, simulation results need to be supplied on time, every-time.

With this is mind, STAR-CCM+ v7.06 is specifically designed to allow customers to get meaningful simulation results faster than ever before. (Full detail: http://bit.ly/VTlyJC)

Improve Your Product Quality and Reliability
Improving product quality is a strategic objective of every company involved in product design or manufacture.  (Full detail: http://bit.ly/VTlyJC)

Better insight into product performance

The ability to communicate engineering information, while engaging with an increasingly non-specialist audience, is a key skill for any CAE engineer.

One of CD-adapco's ongoing aims is to make its solution easier to learn, easier to remember and easier to work with on a daily basis. STAR-CCM+ v7.06 includes a range of user experience improvements to facilitate its operation and the analysis of the results: new load simulation dialogue, bounded/slider values, flexible export, color bar formatting and table auto-export, slider control for cross section visualization, reporting and monitoring on the fly.

STAR-CCM+ v7.06 is available now for download from CD-adapco's customer support portal "Steve" (www.cd-adapco.com/steve).

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Lauren Gautier, CD-adapco 
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+1 248-277-4600

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