NEW YORK and LONDON, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
CD-adapco (http://www.cd-adapco.com), the leading provider of CAE engineering simulation tools for fluid dynamics and heat transfer, announced today at its STAR European Conference 2011 that it has reached an in-principle agreement with the University of Glasgow to acquire the university's electric machines design code, SPEED software.
On completion of legal agreements, the pioneering electric machines design code, SPEED software, will join CD-adapco's established line of CAE tools. SPEED software has been in development for the last 25 years with a customer base of over 1000 engineers including many of the world's leading manufacturers in the electric machine field. With a seamless transition, existing customers will not see any downtime.
Professor Tim Miller, Originator and Director of the SPEED software labs said, "After 25 years in the University of Glasgow, I am delighted that SPEED is joining CD-adapco. It is a perfectly natural transition from one of the oldest UK universities, with one of the longest and richest histories of academic/industrial interaction in engineering. The combination of SPEED and CD-adapco lays the foundation for a new phase of development in software engineering services to manufacturing companies in electric machinery, covering all sectors including exciting new developments in power generation and electric/hybrid vehicles, as well as all our varied fields of activity."
He continued, "I am personally looking forward to a renewal of all aspects of SPEED's service to this vital group of industries....The philosophy of customer service through the provision of leading enabling design tools is identical in SPEED and CD-adapco, so I believe we will see a vigorous and stimulating new era. I am very proud to be part of it."
CD-adapco's President Steve MacDonald, explained, "SPEED software takes CD-adapco to the forefront of the electric machine design and is absolutely complementary to the ongoing organic developments in house. Specifically, to create a detailed 3D electromagnetic solver which will become part of STAR-CCM+ and move the market forward for electric machine simulation." MacDonald went on to comment, "For us to be a serious player in this area requires expertise and one of the most renowned people walking on this planet in the area of electric machines is Professor Tim Miller. We are delighted to have joined forces with him."
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