Monthly Archives: July 2014

8 Reasons to Come to the Pointwise User Group Meeting

The Pointwise User Group Meeting 2014 is approaching faster than both you and I think. This is our premier networking event and your best opportunity to learn how to make the software do what you need it to do on … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Big Things in CFD Mentor Graphics has appended five new ones to their list of CFD Myths. I won’t spoil the surprise for you but will cite Myth #8: Experts Are Needed To Get Accurate CFD Simulation Results. [I recommend that … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

All The News – 2 Weeks Worth Tecplot announced the release of Tecplot 360 EX with new technology they call SZL which promises 92% less memory usage and a 9.6x speed-up over previous versions. In addition, the software’s UI has … Continue reading

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The 7 Real Stages of a CFD Project

Motivated by Hi-Tech CFD’s 7 Stages of a Typical CFD Project and inspired by the slightly more cynical 7 Stages of a Project I present… The 7 Real Stages of a CFD Project Enthusiasm: “Wow, this simulation is going to … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Special “Happy Birthday to ‘Murica” Version News DEVELOP3D writes about running SolidWorks in the cloud using NVIDIA’s Grid Test Drive. Congratulations to Altair for being recognized as a 2014 Michigan Bright Spot, helping drive forward the state’s economy and innovation. … Continue reading

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FOAM meshing

Last week I had the opportunity to meet some great people doing excellent work in open source CFD. Our hosts at the University of Zagreb were extremely welcoming, and I had a great time getting to know the students and … Continue reading

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