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For this last roundup of CFD news for January we find several job announcements, new software releases, interesting articles about meshing, and my favorite, “must see” CFD image of 2020 so far. The image here shows how Branch Technology 3D … Continue reading
The most spectacular post of the week is ANSYS’ announcement of the winners of their annual hall of fame competition. You really need to check out the fantastic simulations submitted by the winners and finalists. There are also a lot … Continue reading
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
This week’s CFD news includes a lot of new events that you might want to start putting on your calendar. There are a couple of long reads on CAD and case studies and several new software releases, including one from … Continue reading
In this end-of-summer edition of This Week in CFD we see several outstanding examples of applied CFD including a heart valve done with STAR-CCM+, a tuna done with SC/Tetra, and certification by CFD using FUN3D. And then there’s this simulation … Continue reading
The CFD news on this first day of December includes everything from the common cold to other things (about computational science) that are horrible. But don’t fret, there are a couple of ideas for your last-minute holiday shopping as well … Continue reading
Structured Grids [Yes, structured grids. No, it is not 1997.] Envenio cites six benefits of structured grids relative to unstructured and hybrid meshes. #4 Data locality leads to “better usage of memory bandwidth.” [Full disclosure: Pointwise provides Envenio with a preprocessing … Continue reading