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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Music to Generate Meshes By Would an album called Tessellations be an appropriate soundtrack for your daily meshing and CFD? (Or blog reading?) Applications & Events Idex Health & Science used CFD to eliminate energy loss and clogs in the … Continue reading
As a coincidental follow-up to my recently-posted interview with Tecplot’s Mike Peery, you can listen to this interview where Mike and I talk about some of the challenges facing CFD in this episode of Tecplot’s Blog Talk Radio. Mike and … Continue reading
Mike Peery has more than 35 years of technical and managerial experience in the development of software products for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis and scientific/engineering data visualization. He holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from Oregon State University, … Continue reading
Events Product lifecycle management (PLM) might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to CFD, but CIMdata’s upcoming PLM Road Map 2012 conference (2-3 October in Plymouth, Michigan) does have a strong CAE track including presenters … Continue reading
OpenCFD Goes from SGI to ESI The big news in the CFD world this week was the move of OpenCFD, makers of the OpenFOAM open-source CFD software, from computer manufacturer SGI to CAE software maker ESI. SGI purchased OpenCFD back … Continue reading
I came across a video homage to director Stanley Kubrick’s frequent use of one-point perspective in his films (where there is a single vanishing point and all lines converge to that point). You can watch it here. The video reminded … Continue reading
CFD Applications Ramgen is developing technology involving shock wave-based compression of CO2 gas as part of a Dept. of Energy program for carbon capture and sequestration. (See image above.) The CFD simulations, using Numeca’s CFD code and the DOE’s supercomputers … Continue reading