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This week’s CFD news has meshes from top to bottom which is always a good sign. You’ll also want to take a look at Resolved Analytics’ CFD survey results. Financial results from the CAE world indicate pretty much what we … Continue reading
This week’s CFD news includes a must-watch video of an LES simulation, a very cool application of CFD to downhill skateboarding, and a good overview of where simulation now fits into all aspects of a design process. Of course, there’s … Continue reading
In this end-of-summer edition of This Week in CFD we see several outstanding examples of applied CFD including a heart valve done with STAR-CCM+, a tuna done with SC/Tetra, and certification by CFD using FUN3D. And then there’s this simulation … Continue reading
Software Dassault Systemes acquired Next Limit Dynamics, makers of the XFlow Lattice Boltzmann CFD solver. Tecplot RS 2016 R2 was released for visualization of reservoir simulation results and includes many new capabilities including a debugger for macros. See image below. … Continue reading
Visualization Tecplot launched the Trillion Cell Challenge in which they plan to be able to visualize a finite element dataset with 1 trillion tets on an engineering workstation by the end of 2015. They are also seeking beta testers. News … Continue reading
Applications Intelligent Light will be presenting their work on transient visualization and postprocessing of a full car thermal simulation at the Star Global Conference. This video shows what happens when a land mine explodes beneath a tank. The simulation was … Continue reading
Visualization From the Visualising Data blog here’s best of the visualization web for August and September. News from Intelligent Light: Download their paper on Using XDB Workflows to Analyze High Lift Drag Prediction Workshop Simulations. IL’s Steve Legensky describes how … Continue reading