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If Discovery Live has you jazzed about the potential of real-time simulation, there’s an article you have to read about what makes it possible. We at Pointwise announced a new case study on best practices for propulsion aerodynamics and a … Continue reading
There’s an article you must read this week from the SimCenter blog about Formula 1 aerodynamics and STAR-CCM+. Very cool, very enjoyable, and a great body of work. The rest of the news, due to time constraints, is unformatted and … Continue reading
Letting 3 weeks of CFD news pile up in my bookmarks made writing this post a slog, but not as tough as the one you’ll have trying to read it all. So to help you make it to the end, … Continue reading
NASA Happy 75th birthday to NASA Ames Research Center. Who’s going to the open house on Saturday? Stability and Control CFD Investigations of a Generic 53 deg. Swept UCAV Configuration, from NASA Langley Research Center. Aviation Week continues to cover … Continue reading
Software Patents In a closely watched ruling (maybe only by us software people) the U.S. Supreme court ruled unanimously in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank that you can’t get a software patent for an abstract idea for the reason that … Continue reading
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
Seeking CFD Papers for Chemical Engineering Journal The International Journal of Chemical Engineering is seeking papers and review articles on “advancement in CFD modeling and its predictive power for the flows with complex physics.” Manuscripts are due for this issue … Continue reading