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This Week in CFD

The CFD world is producing some thought-provoking articles during the pandemic including one from SimScale on cloud computing and one from Fastway on their CAE Maturity Model. Two videos go into detail on use of AWS for CFD and an … Continue reading

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Push-Button Design Optimization of a Race Car Front Wing

By using ModelCenter from Phoenix Integration as an integration platform, Pointwise to generate the meshes, and Altair’s AcuSolve to run the CFD calculations, push-button design optimization was achieved for the front wing of an F-1 car. In fact, the model-centric … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

If we can do design without CAD, what does that acronym even mean? Lifecycle Insights delves into this topic in an article from last year. In other CFD news, Altair’s AcuSolve got a 6x performance boost from GPUs. And join … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Reading & Listening If you read nothing else in this blog post, check out these two links. Mentor Graphics’ Keith Hanna waxes poetic with CFD If, a CFD-themed version of Kipling’s “If…” The Talking CFD podcast delves into “what makes … Continue reading

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I’m Scott Burch and This Is How I Mesh

The first time I’d heard of CFD was when Ford Australia used it to develop their V8 Supercar in 2003 on their super computer in America.  When describing the power of the hardware, they said it was used to calculate … Continue reading

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