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Monthly Archives: February 2013
Development of a commercial software product is a never-ending process. As soon as we publish new features, you want more. And, oh, don’t forget about the constant effort to improve your meshing experience through defect repair and performance improvements. Sometimes … Continue reading
A Survey for Engineering Software Users Cyon Research is conducting their annual survey of engineering software users. Because the survey takes 40 minutes to complete, participants will be sent the final results at no cost. Others will have to pay … Continue reading
Are we too far into 2013 to take a look back at 2012? As always, the December issue of AIAA’s Aerospace America magazine presents an annual Year in Review. The articles in this issue are written by representatives of each … Continue reading
CEI and FEA CEI, makers of the CFD postprocessor EnSight, are running a survey to “gauge the FEA postprocessing competition” with the goal of improving EnSight for use with FEA. The survey runs through 26 February and a grand prize … Continue reading
J. P. Abelanet is the owner of Basis Software, a small company located near Fort Worth, Texas that specializes in computational geometry products and services. The primary product is called GE – A Geometry Engine. It is a 4th generation, … Continue reading
Taking the Expert out of CFD Digital Manufacturing Report buried the essence of their article CFD for the Rest of Us in the very last paragraph where Intelligent Light’s Steve Legensky is quoted “[CFD] is no longer just an expert’s … Continue reading
Can you believe it’s already February? It seems only yesterday we were watching college football bowl games and attending the AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting. As we all rush pell-mell into 2013 it’s important not to miss deadlines for the Pointwise … Continue reading