This Week in CFD

Events

Software

  • I recall posting about ASCII fluid dynamics before but this video has to be seen for the subject to be fully appreciated.
  • The Khronos Group released OpenCL 2.1, the standard for cross platform parallel computing.
  • In Code_Saturne news…

CFD in the News

Tweet an image to @Lowpolybot and get back a polygonized version. Click image for instructions. (I mentioned this site a while back but am only now getting around to playing with it.)

Tweet an image to @Lowpolybot and get back a polygonized version. Click image for instructions. (I mentioned this site a while back but am only now getting around to playing with it.)

  • Honda Motorsports applied CFD to the external aerodynamic styling of the Honda Civic Type-R.
  • The University of Exeter has an opening for a PhD Studentship in CFD.
  • NZ Aerosports is using CFD to design parachutes.
  • Bentley Team Dyson Racing used CFD to design their Continental GT3 for this season’s events.
  • CFD researcher Dr. Ramesh Agarwal (Washington Univ. St. Louis) will receive the 2015 SAE International Medal of Honor at April’s SAE Congress in Detroit.

Errata

In last week’s post I mangled the attribution of a video showing a FLOW-3D simulation performed by XC Engineering for a Royal Enfield Gear Box. Here is a link to the correct video.

More Interior Decorating

I don’t know where this is nor how it was created but I do know I want to paint our office like this.

This is either an immersive visualization environment for grids or the best interior decorating ever. Click image for source.

This is either an immersive visualization environment for grids or the best interior decorating ever. Click image for source.

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