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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Mesh Generation The 21st International Meshing Roundtable (IMR) will be held 7-10 October 2012 in San Jose, CA. The call for papers and research notes are open with due dates of 01 June and 31 July, respectively. The 12th ISGG … Continue reading
Intelligent Light Awarded DOE SBIR Contract Intelligent Light, makers of the FieldView CFD visualization and postprocessing software, will be developing technologies to bring simulation technology to small and medium-sized businesses. This work will be funded by a Small Business Innovation … Continue reading
NASA Announced Space Research Opportunities NASA may award up to $2 million this autumn to outstanding early career faculty via NASA’s Space Technology Research Opportunities program. The program seeks “unique, disruptive, or transformational” space technologies. Ten grants are expected to … Continue reading
Those of you who attended the 2011 Pointwise User Group Meeting may remember that our company president, John Chawner, mentioned during his closing statements how nice it would be to have the ability to print your grids in 3D. That … Continue reading
CFD Validation on FAITH Hill NASA experimentalists are gathering data for flow over Fundamental Aeronautics Investigates THe Hill, aka FAITH Hill. The data for this asymmetric hill will be used for validation of CFD methods. NASA’s Faith Hill Survey on … Continue reading
CFD Applications Vision’s 100 design variations and 900 CFD simulations results in their “fastest wheel ever” for bicycles. The High Performance Yacht Design Conference will include an address from Len Imas, international authority in CFD. Development of nanowires is aided … Continue reading