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Good Reading The Philosophy of Simulation Software Development was a headline certain to get my attention. In the article, MSC Software’s VP of product development writes that “product development is about the connectedness of different departments within an organization” and … Continue reading
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
Jobs Engineering.com’s article on Winning Strategies to Land that Great Engineering Job is a worthwhile read, especially the part about follow-up. [50% of our job applicants, especially for internships, never reply to the very first email we send them after … Continue reading
Good Reading Engineering.com presents a really interesting (i.e. a conversation starter) infographic on the relative merits of the five categories of CFD software: Open-Source, Open-Source Wrapper, CAD-Integrated, Specialized CFD, Complete CFD. What do you think about the five categories? Would … Continue reading
I was born and raised in Innisfail, a small country town in the far north of the state of Queensland, Australia. Being in the far north, Innisfail was hot and humid where the rainfall each year is measured in meters. … Continue reading
I was born and raised in Ulm, a city located in the federal German state Baden-Württemberg in the Southern part of Germany. Internationally, Ulm is primarily known for its Ulmer Münster (church with the tallest steeple in the world (161.5 … Continue reading
Applications Boeing’s CFD software helped Callaway Golf produce a tournament winning driver. CFD software for designing sailboats. Do you think like a simulation engineer? Read about six rules for focusing your thinking. Here’s a very cool article about shrink-wrapping and … Continue reading