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Monthly Archives: May 2012
David Thompson is the associate director of the Mississippi State University (MSU) Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems, where he is CFD Group Lead. Since joining MSU in 1998, his research has focused on mesh generation and refinement techniques, including those … Continue reading
CFD Contributes to Head and Neck Cancer Treatment A team led by Dr. Manosh Paul at the University of Glasgow used CFD to analyze a new intra-arterial method for injecting cancer medications. The intra-arterial method offers the benefits of targeting … Continue reading
The main purpose of a CAE plugin is to export a grid model. To do this, the plugin must convert the grid data as represented by Pointwise into a format supported by the solver the plugin is targeting. To do … Continue reading
Overset Grid Symposium in Dayton this October The 11th Overset Composite Grids and Solution Technology Symposium will be held 15-18 October 2012 in Dayton, Ohio. Abstracts for both presentations and student posters are now being accepted with a deadline of … Continue reading
Intelligent Light Seeks Partners for Unsteady Turbulence Visualization Intelligent Light is seeking partners with whom to collaborate on recently completed research into visualizing unsteady turbulent flows. Through a Phase II STTR from AFOSR, researchers at IL developed a technique whereby … Continue reading
CEI’s EnSight to be Bundled with KARALIT CFD KARALIT announced that they would begin bundling CEI’s EnSight postprocessing software with their CFD solver technology. KARALIT CFD is an immersed boundary method that promises to relieve the burden of preprocessing. The … Continue reading