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In this lucky “Friday the 13th” edition we have some good, long reads on simulation driven design and the cloud, a couple non-traditional applications of CFD, and a wonderful illustration of suspended droplets.
If you like thought-provoking articles you’ll like one about virtual reality and CFD and another about simulation driven design and its future potential. Are we at the tipping point for both of these technologies? Plus all the other news about … Continue reading
This week’s roundup of CFD news includes a major announcement about the SU2 flow solver, a “save the date” notice for an upcoming CFD workshop, a very interesting job opportunity, and more.
This week’s two-week backlog of news includes, perhaps appropriately, a ton of good reading. A lot of reading about meshes and some bigger issues like consolidated CAE toolsets versus best in class tool chains. Plus there’s a look to the … Continue reading
This week’s CFD news includes several long-ish but worthy reads on intelligence, exascale, and reading news itself. Plus the usual software and application updates. (This image courtesy of an article on CFD for F1.)
In addition to the usual CFD news, folks published some good online reading this month including a primer on Lattice Boltzmann methods and a new user’s guide to CFD. On the fun side of things, you can vote in a … Continue reading
Structured Grids [Yes, structured grids. No, it is not 1997.] Envenio cites six benefits of structured grids relative to unstructured and hybrid meshes. #4 Data locality leads to “better usage of memory bandwidth.” [Full disclosure: Pointwise provides Envenio with a preprocessing … Continue reading