CPFD Software has donated two Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) to the Strauss Lab at McGill University. The Strauss lab looks at the structure of viruses, and how they change during infection. The lab uses cryo-electron microscopy to take many images of viruses, and then recombines the images into a 3D representation revealing the finest details of each virus.
CPFD will be speaking at NVIDIA GTC 2021, April 12-16, 2021. GTC 2021 covers the most transformative technologies of our time. Packed with breakthroughs in AI, data center, graphics, accelerated computing, intelligent networking, and more. GTC 2021 is online and free to attend. Andrew Larson (Lead Software Engineer, GPU Specialist)…
FLSmidth is a global leader with nearly 140 years’ experience in the cement industry. Since their founder in 1882 discovered the technology behind the horizontal cement kiln, innovation has been at the core of FLSmidth’s culture. Today they are a leader in leveraging digitalization technologies to innovate…
CPFD's Bryan Tomsula will present an FCCU troubleshooting module at Albemarle's FCC Process Technology Course March 1-5, 2021.
NO Emission from Cement Calciners Firing Coal and Petcoke: A CPFD Study was published in the January 2021 issue of Applications in Energy and Combustion Science.
CPFD has scheduled our next web-based training class for Barracuda Virtual Reactor. The class will be held February 9-12, 2021, 9:00 am to 1:00 PM CST (UTC -6).
CPFD Software is pleased to announce the release of Barracuda Virtual Reactor® 20.1.
CPFD Software and DAL Teknik Makina have entered into a multi-year software licensing contract for CPFD’s Barracuda Virtual Reactor® Software.