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It’s purely coincidental that the week we release Pointwise’s high-order meshing capability is also the week that ExaFLOW shares some of their high-order CFD work. And this week’s news is chock full of cool CFD applications from ship hulls, to … Continue reading
My name is Yasuhiko Fujikawa, and I’m the CEO of VINAS, Pointwise’s distributor in Japan since 1998. If you were to ask me if I could generate a good mesh, the answer would be “no.” Instead, our engineers work hard … Continue reading
News The ASSESS Initiative (Analysis, Simulation, and Systems Engineering Software Strategies) has launched a Simulation Business Challenges Survey in advance of this year’s congress to deepen our understanding of the current state of practice. Please take time to complete the … Continue reading
News and Jobs Today is International Women in Engineering Day. How about using the hashtag #INWED17 on Twitter to tell everyone about the women engineers in your organization? Altair wants to hire a solver development engineer. Areva, based in Washington … Continue reading
Software Kitware released ParaView 5.3.0 with support for multiple core computers, improved rendering, and more. Elysium will be providing a CAD translation and healing solution to Lemma for the latter’s use in their CAE preprocessing. Spatial has added Distene’s tet … Continue reading
My foray into CFD began in the fall semester of 2006. Technically, I had been a Computational Engineering student at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s SimCenter since the spring semester; but to that point I had only taken a … Continue reading
We asked “Which software product has the most intuitive 3-D pan, zoom, and rotate tools, in your opinion.?” The results are in and you like SOLIDWORKS the best. This highly unscientific poll (can you say “sample bias”?) yielded some interesting … Continue reading