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I’m Michael Malone and This Is How I Mesh
Hi, I am Michael Malone and I am a Senior Principal Application Engineer in the CFD organization of Cadence. I was born and raised in southern California and received my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo … Continue reading
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The Call for Papers for CadenceLIVE is Open
It’s cold and snowy here in North Texas as I write this but I guarantee Silicon Valley will be much more pleasant this June for CadenceLIVE. And I mean “LIVE” in the “in-person” sense. I’m hoping you can all join … Continue reading
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SAE International 2019 World Congress Experience and the Proliferation of Design Optimization
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) recently hosted their automotive-centric 2019 World Congress Experience (WCX) April 9-11 at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. This conference is the premier automotive technology event, providing a platform to acquire critical knowledge as … Continue reading
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This Week in CFD
There are several open positions in the CFD world including one at Pointwise, and that’s not counting internships. We’ve got interesting articles on CAD-embedded CFD (as an example, the image here is from SolidWorks) and numerical algorithms for LES. For … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, Hardware, News, Software, Uncategorized Tagged Altair, ANSYS, Autodesk Inventor, Beta CAE, CFD 2030, Code_Aster, COMSOL, CONVERGE CFD, Fluent, jobs, LES, Maya, OpenCFD, OpenFOAM, Pointwise, Viiflow, visualization Leave a comment
This Week in CFD
This week’s post demonstrates the broad applicability of CFD with references to pumps, drones, scrubbers, towers, birds (as seen in this image), and more plus a must-see video from NASA. And it must be that time of year to announce … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, Hardware, News, Software, Uncategorized Tagged 3D printing, CADfix, COMSOL, Geode, jobs, meshing, Numeca, NVIDIA, OpenFOAM, OpenVSP, Pointwise, Shapeways, SimScale, STAR-CCM+, visualization 4 Comments