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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Software CEI announced that CPFD Software will bundle their EnSight software with CPFD’s Barracuda for visualization of computational particle fluid dynamics solutions of fluidized reactors. In a related blog post, CEI shares examples of Barracuda solutions visualized in EnSight. Also … Continue reading
With everyone home and all caught up with work, now is probably a good time to sit back, relax, and reflect on AIAA SciTech (Science and Technology Forum and Exposition) which was held a couple weeks ago in National Harbor, Maryland. … Continue reading
Manipulating the Pointwise Grid Model from within a CAE plugin can be a little confusing. This leads to customers contacting our Support Team with a plugin development question that starts with the phrase “How do I…?” As always, our Support … Continue reading
Stanford Updates SU2 The Aerospace Design Lab at Stanford University last week announced a new release of their open source CFD code, SU2. This new version, called “Eagle” or v3.0, is focused on detailed RANS validation and accuracy improvements. In … Continue reading
Pointwise is looking to hire two interns for the summer: one for our product development team and one for our technical support team. The job postings were added to our website earlier this month and have also been posted at … Continue reading
News in Brief In case you missed it here and other places, a researcher claims to proven the existence of a strong and unique solution to the Navier-Stokes equations. Only time [and people much smarter than I] will tell whether … Continue reading
Have you seen this? A news website in Kazakhstan (bknews.kz) is reporting that Mukhtarbai Otelbayev from the Eurasian National University has proved that the Navier Stokes equations have a strong unique solution. If verified, Otelbayev has solved one of the Clay … Continue reading