This week’s CFD news has something for fans of origin stories; read about how CFD Support came to be. There’s also a lot of good reading about HPC, some positive business news, and signs that we might start having in-person conferences in the not too distant future. Shown here is a reminder that Milton Van Dyke’s classic book An Album of Fluid Motion is now freely available online as a PDF. Click through for the link.
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In this week’s CFD news we learn that in-person events are starting to show up on the calendar. Lots of applied CFD this week, from boilers to bookshelves. And news of a new book by Edward Tufte for those of us who create visual presentations of data (which is virtually everyone doing CFD). To celebrate the fact that it’s Masters week in the golf world, you see here some work by Airshaper on the aerodynamics of the Volkswagen Golf.
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Azore Software announced the availability of a plugin that provides a native interface between Pointwise and AzoreCFD.
Pointwise today announced a limited time release of the video, “Five Ways to More Accurately Resolve Your Geometry ,” which shows you how to increase simulation accuracy with fewer cells using Pointwise. Starting today, the video will be available for up to a week after the Five Days of Pointwise event ends.
Pointwise today announced a limited time release of the video, “Solved: Structured-Style Surface Meshing for Thin Features,” which will teach you how to efficiently resolve narrow surfaces with mapped unstructured meshes. Starting today, the video will be available for up to a week after the Five Days of Pointwise event ends.