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Monthly Archives: October 2015
Software DAAT Research released Coolit v.15. Kitware released ParaView 4.4. Did you ever run out of graph paper? You can print your own customizable grid paper using Gridzzly.com. Van Oossanen Naval Architects’ growing CFD services was part of the reason behind … Continue reading
I am one of the software developers here at Pointwise. I have contributed to several areas of the code base, but the geometry and database functionality is my area of expertise. In addition, I have presented at conferences on multi-threaded … Continue reading
Software CRAFT Tech released CRUNCH CFD 3.1 with surface roughness, a flamelet model, and more. CD-adapco released STAR-CD and es-ice v4.24. Are you a student who enjoys CAD? You could be an Onshape Campus Rep. Reading From whom should you … Continue reading
Software CD-adapco’s research into two-phase piping flow has entered phase 2. In other CD-adapco news, surface repair in STAR-CCM+ has been reworked for improved usability. Users of Caedium will likely be interested in this article about techniques for controlling your … Continue reading
“I am not an engineer.” I have found that since I started working at Pointwise six years ago, I say that quite often especially after I mention that I work for Pointwise which develops preprocessing software used for computational fluid … Continue reading
Do you feel the buzz in the air? That’s anticipation of next week’s International Meshing Roundtable in Austin, Texas. Maybe that’s why there’s so much meshing in the news this week. Visualization & Software CADENS wants your sci viz images … Continue reading
Applications Yale researchers use CFD to study patient-specific models of abdominal aortic aneurysms. Applied CCM used the XDBview feature in FieldView to reveal to students the intricacies of automotive aerodynamics. See image below. Read about ANSYS Polyflow and extrusion dies. … Continue reading