Monthly Archives: May 2014

This Week in CFD

News UFO-CFD now has a YouTube channel. Dear NASA: No more rainbow color scales, please. [This article on visual.ly is a couple of years old but the topic came up this week again during a Twitter convo so I thought … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Software and Events Dassault Systemes created 3D models of WWII scenes for an upcoming PBS documentary for the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings. Code_Saturne version 3.3 is now available. Here’s a nice overview of the adjoint solver in STAR-CCM+. … Continue reading

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Editorial Policy?

A reader recently asked whether Another Fine Mesh had an editorial policy and if so, what was it. Nope. Having an editorial policy would imply that AFM is some sort of journalistic endeavor. Heck, we don’t even have an editorial … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Software Exa will be partnering with ESTECO and integrating modeFRONTIER with PowerFLOW. Siemens PLM released Solid Edge ST7. From FXGuide comes a preview of RealFlow 2014 [the videos are worth watching]. DEM Solutions released EDEM Suite v2.6 for discrete element … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Applications and Software Best CFD blog article title EVAR: Because No One Likes Sand in their Crack. Kudos CD-adapco. Via the CFD World blog comes news of PyFR, “an open-source Python based framework for solving advection-diffusion type problems on streaming … Continue reading

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What I Saw and Heard at COFES 2014

I was fortunate enough to be invited back to COFES, the Congress on the Future of Engineering Software, for a second year. While last year I was just a n00b and spent (probably too much) time just getting the lay … Continue reading

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The Tipping Point

As I wrapped up the demo I turned around and noticed his eyes and mouth were wide open with astonishment. Picking his jaw off the table he told me the same grid I’d just made in minutes would’ve taken him … Continue reading

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