This week’s CFD news includes a survey to take on simulation in the cloud and a good article faceted geometry models for 3-D printing (and the rest of us). Fans of CFD history will enjoy the interview with John Swanson. Plus there’s all the usual software releases, events, and CFD applications. The image shown here illustrates some of the expertise of a new CFD company, Upstream CFD. Continue reading
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Tagged 3D printing, adaptation, ANSYS, Beta CAE, FEATool, IGA, libCEED, MSC, OpenFOAM, Pointwise, SU2, TFAWS, UGAWG, Upstream CFD, vim
Two years after I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, mother moved me (one of the greatest sons Kentucky lost) and my older brother to Tuscon, Arizona. After a few years there, we then moved to southern California for a couple of years. Then, my family and I moved to the great state of Texas. As I kid I wanted to play for the L.A. Dodgers, be a fighter pilot, and astronaut (all at the same time) when I grew up. Things didn’t quite work out the way I planned, but they worked out fine nonetheless. I grew up in Nacogdoches, the oldest town in Texas, and attended Stephen F. Austin there as well. I have always enjoyed learning new things, meeting people, and learning more about them, so I guess you could say that sales was in my future.
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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 well as share new ideas proliferating the rapidly changing automotive technology environment.
For job seekers, four job openings are included in this week’s CFD news. There’s an interesting insight into why the cloud is more suited to simulation now than it’s ever been. And borrowing a great idea from the SC conference, what technical paper do you think has most deeply influenced CFD? Cast your vote in the comments after you read all the details. The image here is from an MIT article about simulating boiling. Continue reading
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Tagged Aerion, CAD interoperability, CHAM, cloud computing, Femap, HPC, jobs, OpenFOAM, Parasolid, Pointwise, Siemens PLM, STEP, TwinMesh
This week’s roundup of CFD news is full of even more things to read including the latest installment of a series comparing different CFD software and the latest from an NSF funded effort to create a new CFD software infrastructure. Then there’s reading about writing and writing about reading. It’s all very meta. The image shown here is a CONVERGE CFD result from Resolved Analytic’s comparison of semi-comprehensive CFD software. Continue reading
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Tagged Anthos, CAESES, COMSOL, CONVERGE CFD, jobs, NAFEMS, Pointwise, Resolved Analytics, SolidWorks
Today’s post should be called This Week in Applied CFD because it’s virtually all applications of CFD or meshing or visualization. This is actually a good thing because use of CFD to obtain engineering data is what it’s all about. Shown here is an Orca3D CFD result for the DTMB 5415 hull.
Entrants are sought for the 3rd Flow Visualization Showcase to be held at AIAA Aviation on June 18th in Dallas. If you have a cool visualization and are presenting work at Aviation (or have presented at any AIAA conference since the last showcase in 2017) read on for the prizes you might win during this fun event. Continue reading