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Today’s edition of the CFD news will take a “Black Friday,” ruthless, unorganized, get in and get out approach to reporting. There’s an article on Nature.com advocating for more, not fewer, virtual conferences. I’d like to read your opinions on … 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