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Monthly Archives: November 2016
Special “I’ve eaten too much turkey” Edition* News & Events Siemens PLM Software acquired Mentor Graphics for $4.5 billion. This deal brings together STAR-CCM+ and FloEFD. DEVELOP3D also wrote about this announcement and their article includes a link to a … Continue reading
I was born in Harrow in North London, which I don’t remember too much of as my parents moved to Leighton Buzzard (strangely linked to North London through its use as a pun name for the North London based pub … Continue reading
The 2016 4th Quarter issue of our The Connector newsletter is now available on our website at http://www.pointwise.com/theconnector/2016-Q4. This issue features articles on Mesh with Pointwise at AIAA SciTech 2017 Rotorcraft Hub Wake Analysis Using Overset Meshes The Five Best … Continue reading
This is the second in a series of posts about the Tcl namespace command. Each subsequent post will cover more complex uses of namespaces. While this topic is strictly related to Tcl only, it could help you when developing more … Continue reading
Jobs Engineering.com’s article on Winning Strategies to Land that Great Engineering Job is a worthwhile read, especially the part about follow-up. [50% of our job applicants, especially for internships, never reply to the very first email we send them after … Continue reading
My name is Quentin and I am French guy from France. I have always been fascinated by aerodynamics. My first ambition as far as I remember was to become a Formula 1 aerodynamicist because I was amazed by the level … Continue reading
Software Siemens PLM Software announced the release of STAR-CCM+ v11.06 which includes a toolset for electronics cooling. [Still seems odd to not be writing “CD-adapco announced…”] Speaking of electronics cooling, Coolit v16 was recently released with CAD import and turbulence … Continue reading