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Monthly Archives: April 2014
Lorena Barba has done it again. You can learn aerodynamics from her with a little help from Python: AeroPython. The SolidWorks blog shares 5 rules for ensuring peaceful coexistence of Engineering and Marketing. #3 Assume every request is difficult. [This … Continue reading
At the intersection of computational fluid dynamics and abstract painting you find the grid. I love these accidental alignments of perspective, when two things I enjoy come together in unforeseen ways. Engineers Are Abstract Too Let’s back up one step. … Continue reading
Special Easter Weekend Edition Must read: Now available via the NASA technical reports server is CFD Vision 2030 Study: A Path to Revolutionary Computational Aerosciences. Good advice: How engineers can communicate better (from 3Dconnexion). From the Pointwise newsroom: We released … Continue reading
The First Heading CRAFT Tech released CRUNCH CFD Version 3.0 with a new flamelet model, mesh adaption and more. The 2nd AIAA Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop will be held prior to this summer’s Joint Propulsion Conference in Cleveland, Ohio. The CFD … Continue reading
Pointwise will be participating in the upcoming OpenFOAM workshop hosted in Zagreb, Croatia from June 23 – 26, 2014. The flexibility of OpenFOAM provided a great platform to carry out a number of simple grid studies, and I will be … Continue reading