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Monthly Archives: August 2014
CFD 2030 in Aviation Week – Again As promised, Aviation Week’s technology editor Graham Warwick has delved deeper into the issues identified in NASA’s CFD 2030 study. From the 11-18 Aug 2014 issue… In the article Model Future (page 49) … Continue reading
Hardware An overview of how the U.S. government will push, prod, and pull us toward an exascale computing capability. When it comes to simulation in the cloud you need to ask Which Cloud. Read more from Desktop Engineering. [Yes!] MAINFRAME2 … Continue reading
Software Autodesk Project Ventus [likely a variation on the Latin ventum meaning wind] is now available to shrink wrap a model and create a CFD quality mesh for their Simulation CFD product. Watch a video about it here. If you have … Continue reading
Exascale on Your Desktop by 2020 Remember the CFD 2030 Vision Study and its identification of exascale computing as one of the pacing technologies for advancement of CFD over the next decades? How about 17.1 exaflops by 2020 all while … Continue reading
Thoughts The Virtual Engineer ponders whether we need more standards for CAE interoperability and emphasizes the possible benefits for mobile visualization. The author answers his own question: “of course.” That’s the wonderful thing about standards – there are so many of … Continue reading