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A very linear and less curatorial presentation of the week’s CFD news is the result of time constraints; who couldn’t use another hour now and again. But hopefully that doesn’t reduce the quality. That begins with a playlist of videos … Continue reading
This week’s CFD news begins with events and I’d be remiss if I didn’t open with a reminder of next week’s CadenceLIVE at which you can learn about CFD and Intelligent System Design. There’s a very cool application of crosswind … Continue reading
In this final installment in our series of posts about the paper Preparation of Geometry Models for Mesh Generation and CFD, we take a peek at what the paper has to say about geometry model suitability. Or more accurately, the … Continue reading
In part 1 of this 3-part series, we introduced you to our paper on Preparing Geometry Models for Mesh Generation and CFD. With geometry preparation and mesh generation representing a significant bottleneck in CFD workflows, it’s important for everyone to … Continue reading
NASA’s CFD Vision 2030 Study stated that “most standard CFD analysis processes for the simulation of geometrically complex configurations are onerous.” A major factor contributing to this perception is the preparation of geometry models for mesh generation, a task deemed … Continue reading