Monthly Archives: May 2013

This Week in CFD

Software Reaction Design has added modeling of lean blow off to ENERGICO, their modeling tool that works in conjunction with CFD for turbines. UFO-CFD v3 is now available. simFlow Beta has been released for use and testing. simFlow appears to … Continue reading

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8 Questions with Rex Chamberlain of Tetra Research

Rex Chamberlain is a Senior Research Scientist and owner of Tetra Research, which he founded in 1995. He specializes in Loci/CHEM development, applications, and services to government and industry. What do you see are the biggest challenges facing CFD in … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

News Nominations are sought for awards in the field of high performance computing to be announced at SC13, the supercomputing conference. Market research firm Aberdeen Group is offering free access to its research reports. Registration is required and in exchange … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

News in Brief Dell has published the first in a promised series of CFD Primers. CD-adapco has made a significant update to their website. Be sure to watch the video update about aerospace and defense. Someone’s looking to hire mesh … Continue reading

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Meshing Upfront Podcast

I should be able to make some wry James Bond joke out of the fact that I’m the subject of podcast 007 on the Life Upfront blog. But we talked about meshing which is much less glamorous than anything the … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Democratization? Cloud? The Metro College of  Technology (Toronto) is adding CFD and FEA to the curriculum for its Mechanical Engineering Design program. [I’m guessing this is an example of what some might call “democratization.”] Along those same lines, Desktop Engineering’s … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Applications Read a case study from Optimus on the use of CFD that demonstrated how patient-specific stents improve blood flow characteristics by 20% over generic stents. [registration required] Improving the performance of centrifugal pumps with CFD. News in Brief Watch … Continue reading

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