Monthly Archives: September 2011

This Week in CFD

3D Mesh Viewer for iPad and iPhone Those of you with an iPad or an iPhone and a desire to show off your meshes may want to consider MeshLab for iOS.  This newly released app reads PLY, STL, OBJ, and … Continue reading

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AIAA Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop In order to assess the predictive capabilities and current state-of-the-art of CFD technology for propulsive flow fields, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is hosting the 1st Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop.  This 1-day workshop will … Continue reading

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Engineer vs. Designer If you prefer your CAD and CAE news more on the zany side, check out the bi-weekly Engineer vs. Designer podcast.  Your hosts will be Adam O’Hern from cadjunkie.com and Josh Mings from SolidSmack.com.  With each episode … Continue reading

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BYU Students Win Best Paper for Formula 1 CFD Mechanical engineering students from Brigham Young University were awarded Best Paper/Presentation at the PACE Forum for their CFD work on simulating a Formula 1 car’s stability during high speed manuevers. article … Continue reading

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Altair to Integrate FieldView with AcuSolve Altair Engineering announced that they will integrate Intelligent Light’s FieldView 13 CFD post-processing software with Altair’s AcuSolve CFD solver.  The HyperWorks version of FieldView, to be known as AcuFieldView, is based on IL’s lastest … Continue reading

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