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Tag Archives: CAD
It was Confucius who supposedly said “Study the past, if you would divine the future.” With that in mind, we looked back at 2017’s posts here on Another Fine Mesh to see which ones got the most views. With that … Continue reading
Project Geode is our effort to share the core components of our geometry kernel with select partners and customers and evaluate whether it solves the oft-cited problem of geometry access from CFD and other simulation software.
The fact that geometry models from a CAD system are inexact may surprise some people. But the explanation provided here by guest authors Benjamin Urick and Benjamin Marussig may be one of the most concise explanations of that fact I’ve … Continue reading
News Why do engineers hate their current CAD system? According to an Engineering.com survey featured in an Onshape blog post there are four main things to hate. #2 “It is too difficult to import/export files.” Interoperability rears its ugly head … Continue reading
*** Special Christmas Eve Eve Day Edition *** Software Intelligent Light announced the release of FieldView 16.1 for CFD results visualization and postprocessing and including the most resolved issues and feature requests in any recent FieldView release. See video below. … Continue reading
Software Siemens PLM Software announced the release of STAR-CCM+ v11.06 which includes a toolset for electronics cooling. [Still seems odd to not be writing “CD-adapco announced…”] Speaking of electronics cooling, Coolit v16 was recently released with CAD import and turbulence … Continue reading
An impartial absence of malice towards any subject that didn’t involve formalin meant I could pretty much play the field on leaving school. The dice were rolled, and I found myself working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at … Continue reading