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This Week in CFD

Everyone in CFD is hiring, or so it seems. Four companies, including Pointwise, are advertising for open positions and there certainly are others. Did CFD visualization need rethinking? Ceetron thinks so. And high-order, curve mesh generation is now available in … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Meshing and visualization are heavily featured in this two-week compilation of news from the world of CFD. Plus, there’s a cool, online, interactive CFD simulator that’s worth checking out (shown here to the right). And, of course, here’s your reminder … Continue reading

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Reading & Events Cambashi and intrinSIM have worked together for market research in the form of the Cambashi CAE Observatory with information on 470 non-EDA firms. They place the worldwide market for simulation software at nearly $5.4 billion. I haven’t … Continue reading

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The Big Picture ENGINEERING.com presents their summary of the recent¬†Analysis, Simulation, and Systems Engineering Software Summit (ASSESS) which includes The desire to leverage simulation in the pre-CAD stage of design. The vendor community’s need to conduct long-term research but yet … Continue reading

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No Frills Edition XFlow 2014 was released. [PDF] Here’s Best of the Visualization Web for April 2014 from the Visualizing Data blog. NASA’s technology transfer office has published their software catalog for 2014. It includes several CFD-related codes. [PDF] And … Continue reading

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News in Brief In case you missed it here and other places, a researcher claims to proven the existence of a strong and unique solution to the Navier-Stokes equations. Only time [and people much smarter than I] will tell whether … Continue reading

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Applications ANSYS got a big write-up in Bloomberg Businessweek maagzine. ANSYS anticipates an 11% jump in income this year to almost a billion ($900 million). [Oddly, the token competition the article cites is SolidWorks. No offense, but comparing SolidWorks’ simulation … Continue reading

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