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Monthly Archives: February 2014
Applications In an article published in Nature Communications, researchers show that animal wings and fins (i.e. natural propulsors) “bend in similar ways within a highly predictable range of characteristic motions.” [Does this surprise anyone? Note: full article available for a … Continue reading
Software STAR-CCM+ v9.02 is due to be released at the end of February and CD-adapco has been offering previews of new features including volume rendering. GPU acceleration of OpenFOAM can be had using Culises 1.1 from FluiDyna. AcuNexus is now … Continue reading
Software Monica Schnitger delves into the appification of CFD with a look at Altair’s CFDCalc. CFD Support introduced Water Turbine CFD, an OpenFOAM-based methodology for analysis and design of water turbines. ASCON released C3D V15, the latest update of its … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned before that my favorite issue of AIAA’s magazine Aerospace America is the annual Year in Review issue that comes out every December. It’s the only issue I keep and have since I joined AIAA in 1980. [Maybe I … Continue reading
[This is the brief “even I have to do real work every once in a while” edition.] News The UberCloud HPC Experiment has become the UberCloud Marketplace, a cloud-based CAE service. A CFD consultancy in London has an open position … Continue reading
In case you missed them, two very good articles were published recently on the topic of CFD and simulation. [The year is still “new,” right? I started writing this article on 03 January and am only getting back to it … Continue reading