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Lots of good and longish reads are included in this week’s rundown of CFD news. One of these longish articles shares the results of Engineering.com’s Test and Simulation Survey. For you programmers is an article about whether object-oriented programming is … Continue reading
For job seekers, four job openings are included in this week’s CFD news. There’s an interesting insight into why the cloud is more suited to simulation now than it’s ever been. And borrowing a great idea from the SC conference, … Continue reading
This week we’ve included a lot of commentary on an article about automatic mesh generation that appeared on the Digital Engineering 247 website. Like last week, there are several job postings worth sharing. And as always there’s a lot of … Continue reading
I started Envenio with my former thesis advisers Andrew Gerber and Gordon Holloway back in 2010. Over the next 4 ½ years, we bootstrapped development of our core technology with revenue from consulting projects and with help from a couple … Continue reading
While I started off my college career in computer aided design, I never went into the engineering world of meshing before I made the switch back to my first love of computers. I can remember my days on the Commodore … Continue reading
Greetings from snowy and icy Fort Worth, Texas. Software Teplot Chorus 2015 Release 1 was launched and offers order of magnitude reductions in processing time due to incorporation of the company’s SZL technology. CD-adapco launched STAR-CCM+ v10.02, a major new … Continue reading
Intelligent Light Uses Cloud for CFD Post-processing Intelligent Light’s FieldView software for CFD post-processing includes cloud computing capabilities that allow massive datasets to be processed remotely with results displayed on an engineer’s desktop workstation. Datasets exceeding 1 TB are impractical … Continue reading