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In this last edition of This Week in CFD of 2017 you’ll find insight on Mentor’s Cartesian-based approach to mesh generation, tips on visualizing your simulation results, and an update on the Exascale Computing Project. And the inevitable “more.”
Pointwise Events Join Pointwise in Stuttgart on 4-5 December for the Pointwise Meshing Technology Conference, a deep dive into our technology for geometry modeling; high-order, structured and unstructured meshing; and lessons learned about mesh effects on CFD results from our … Continue reading
Cloud CONSELF Cloud Simulation v2.9 was released with improvements in hex meshing, modal displacement calculations, and more. ENGINEERING.com wrote a bit about Envenio’s cloud-based delivery of EXN/Aero and Pointwise. CCTech developed their simulationHub cloud-based CFD platform using Autodesk’s Forge API. … Continue reading
News Students have until next Friday (15 July) to apply for the HPC for Undergraduates program at SC16 (aka Supercomputing). Certainly someone’s CFD visualization is a good candidate for this year’s Information is Beautiful Awards. Nominees due by 16 September. … 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
Software At least two of the nine projects for University Turbine Systems funded by the DoE’s National Energy Technology Lab involve CFD. Teach yourself graphics programming with OpenGL with the free online tutorial at OpenGLBook.com. cfMesh v1.1 was released for OpenFOAM … Continue reading