Welcome to the special Black Friday edition of This Week in CFD where all this curated fluid dynamics and engineering simulation goodness is available today for 100% off regular price with discount code CFD100. Everyone else pays full price for news about a 64-core CPU, hardare disaggregation, lots of 2021 events, and an update on the financial health of the CAE market. Plus all the usual stuff, of course. Shown here is a simulation performed at U. of Michigan of the plume from a Mars lander’s thruster interacting with the planet’s surface.
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Pointwise seeks two engineering interns for the summer of 2021, one for our Engineering Services team and one for our Product Development team.
Pointwise seeks a dynamic, inquisitive, detail-oriented person with strong communication skills and a passion for helping people solve challenging technical problems to join our Engineering Services team in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Just a quick post to let you know that the recording of our recent webinar with FlexCompute is now available for viewing at your leisure.
This week’s CFD news has something for fans of origin stories; read about how CFD Support came to be. There’s also a lot of good reading about HPC, some positive business news, and signs that we might start having in-person conferences in the not too distant future. Shown here is a reminder that Milton Van Dyke’s classic book An Album of Fluid Motion is now freely available online as a PDF. Click through for the link.
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