This Week in CFD

Software

FLOW-3D CFD solution for a proposed power station on the Lillooet River. Image from HydroWorld.com. Click image for article.

FLOW-3D CFD solution for a proposed power station on the Lillooet River. Image from HydroWorld.com. Click image for article.

Reading

  • From whom should you learn OpenFOAM? CFD Direct offers 10 questions you should ask your OpenFOAM trainer.
  • Exascale computing (as called for by the CFD Vision 2030 Study) will require programmers and their algorithms to keep up with advances in hardware. Read more from HPCWire.

Events

Mesh Jewelry

Designer Melissa Borrell is inspired by many things and technology is one of them. How else can you explain these two items from her pop-out collection: earrings (left) and a necklace (right) that are clearly unstructured meshes.

Mesh earrings and a necklace from Melissa Borrell Design

Mesh earrings and a necklace from Melissa Borrell Design

Bonus: Lovers of unstructured meshes will love playing with Node Garden.

P.S. This abbreviated version of TWiCFD brought to you a severe storm that blew through in the midst of writing.

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