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This week’s CFD news includes an amazing simulation of a Mars lander done with FUN3D and a couple of interesting job openings from our friends at Siemens. And from the world of unique CFD applications comes the one shown here … Continue reading
At next week’s International Meshing Roundtable in Buffalo, I’ll be presenting an update on work being done by Nick Wyman and our Applied Research team on something we call MeshLink. The project is all about devising a method for giving … Continue reading
Join Pointwise’s Dr. Claudio Pita for an on-demand webinar presentation of an application of mesh generation to wind farms. Based on work co-authored with Travis Carrigan titled Hybrid Meshing Strategies for Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines and Wind Farm Applications at … Continue reading
This week we learned about a new, open-source CFD code called UCNS3D from Cranfield Univ. There’s a survey on engineering computing that I recommend you take. Lots of application stories are linked herein including one about “ambulances for fishermen” which … Continue reading
It’s not a workshop but it follows in the tradition of the first two AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshops. Mesh Effects for CFD Solutions will be one or more special sessions at AIAA Aviation 2020 during which authors will … Continue reading
This week’s CFD news leads with a summary of some of the cool CFD-related events going on at next summer’s AIAA Aviation include special sessions focused on quantifying the effects of the mesh on a CFD solution. Three separate events … Continue reading
On October 1st, join Pointwise and Applied CCM for a live webinar in which we explore the effect of meshing strategy on simulation efficiency and accuracy for an FDA benchmark case involving a centrifugal blood pump. Performance of a multiblock … Continue reading