Author Archives: John Chawner

This Week in CFD

Lots of new software announcements in this week’s CFD news including a big one from Altair. There’s an article about how software performance gains are going to have to come from software optimization and new algorithm development. And we get … Continue reading

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Webinar: Simulation of In-flight Icing on UAVs

Inflight icing is a severe hazard significantly limiting the usage of autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles. Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) investigate icing on UAVs and develop mitigation technologies together with UBIQ Aerospace.

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This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news has meshes from top to bottom which is always a good sign. You’ll also want to take a look at Resolved Analytics’ CFD survey results. Financial results from the CAE world indicate pretty much what we … Continue reading

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Solution-Based Mesh Adaptation with Pointwise and ANSYS CFX – Webinar Recording

The recording of our recent webinar, “Solution-Based Mesh Adaptation with Pointwise and ANSYS CFX” is now available for you to watch on-demand. Hosted by Pointwise’s  Nick Wyman and Steve Karman with special guest Paul Galpin from ISimQ, the video shows … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news begins with announcements of several online events that are replacing in-person events. AI shows up twice, as an application and a product announcement. Plenty of CFD for beginners resources are referenced. And three good long-ish articles … Continue reading

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Engineering Sketch Pad ESP Training in June

The developers of ESP, The Engineering Sketch Pad, will offer a “virtual” training throughout the middle of June. Unlike the in-person, one-week event of last year, which covered both parametric geometric construction and the coupling to analysis suites (CAPS), this … Continue reading

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Pointwise + HELYX Adjoint = Optimized Design

Fluid flow performance and behavior are becoming increasingly important for the design of automotive vehicle shape and key components with increasing pressure to improve design performance while reducing cost and time to market. The goal is to generate optimal design … Continue reading

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