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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Stanford Released SU2 Version 1.1 Stanford University released Version 1.1 of their SU2 (Stanford University Unstructured) open-source CFD code. New in this latest release are Windows executables, better parallelization, a Pointwise plugin for native export of SU2’s files, an SST … Continue reading
The way the audience was looking at me, you’d have thought I had just offered a previously unknown antidote for some long suffering pain. For a brief moment, I thought someone might come up and give me a hug. The … Continue reading
We tend to get a lot of compliments from visitors about the building in which we maintain our offices. The date carved into the outside of the Bicocchi Building is 1907 and on the inside it’s definitely not your stereotypical … Continue reading
International Meshing Roundtable News The International Meshing Roundtable is seeking nominations for the IMR-2012 Fellow Award, a reward that recognizes an individual with a distinguished record of research accomplishments in the area of mesh generation. The IMR-2011 Fellow Award was … Continue reading
News in Brief The Cascade Technologies blog has posted Part 1 and Part 2 of a planned 5-part video interview with Prof. Parviz Moin on Pioneering Large Eddy Simulation. The European-African Conference on Wind Engineering (EACWE 2103) will be held … Continue reading
This post will cover the structured Pointwise grid model (PWGM). In Part 1 of Understanding The Pointwise Grid Model API, I covered the unstructured Pointwise grid model. If you have not done so already, I suggest you read Part 1 … Continue reading