Monthly Archives: November 2013

This Week in CFD

*Abbreviated Black Friday Edition* News in Brief The votes have been tallied and here are the winners of the 2013 Information is Beautiful Awards. [Be careful: you can lose hours browsing through all the visualizations on this page.] Evan Yares … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Software The SU2 CFD solver can now be run on the SimScale platform. Materialise released Magics 18 for working with discrete data for 3D printing. Beta CAE released ANSA v14.2.2. Siemens PLM released Femap 11.1. Videos of the new features … Continue reading

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I’m the New Guy: John Rhoads

Since this is my first contribution to Another Fine Mesh, allow me to introduce myself. My name is John Rhoads and I joined the Pointwise team in August of this year. Before coming to Pointwise, I was completing my graduate … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Meshing CD-adapco’s Dr. Mesh gives advice on modeling rotating wheels. [Dr. Mesh makes me laugh because back in the day someone told us that people who do meshing are the nurses of CFD, not the doctors.] COMSOL shares tips on … Continue reading

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Join Us in California Next October

We’re taking our show on the road. The Pointwise User Group Meeting 2014 will be held in Anaheim, California on 29-30 October 2014. Plan on joining us for two days of all the mesh generation you can handle including seminars, … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Visualization From the Visualising Data blog here’s best of the visualization web for August and September. News from Intelligent Light: Download their paper on Using XDB Workflows to Analyze High Lift Drag Prediction Workshop Simulations. IL’s Steve Legensky describes how … Continue reading

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Meshing Can Be An End Unto Itself

A while back I wrote something to the effect that “no one gets an award for meshing.” This is one of those times when it’s nice to be proven wrong. We are very happy and proud that a mesh generated … Continue reading

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