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I was born in Arlington, TX and spent most of my childhood in and around the Fort Worth area. When I was in high school, my family moved to Chattanooga, TN. I then went on to UTK for my undergraduate … Continue reading
It must be the season for CFD contests as ANSYS just opened submissions for their hall of fame, EDEM announced winners of their viz contest, and there’s still time to enter your mesh for Pointwise’s The Meshy. Maybe as a … Continue reading
It’s time to start meshing for the 2nd AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop and time to submit your abstract for the Pointwise User Group Meeting. Other news this week includes the PTC/ANSYS collaboration and much more. And how do … Continue reading
Visualization CFD visualization software provider Tecplot announced their acquisition by Vela Software and the retirement of the company’s founders. [Mike Peery and Don Roberts are two of the good guys of CFD and can now enjoy some well deserved R&R. … Continue reading
Special “I Wish I Had More Time” Edition Pointwise asks you to complete a brief survey on your use of CAD geometry for meshing. A small thank-you gift is involved. Onshape’s Jon Hirschtick shares thoughts on the history of CAD … Continue reading
Software As reported by DEVELOP3D, Autodesk seeks feedback on Project Arro, its software for making CAD models meshable. Read more about Arro here. CD-adapco announced the release of STAR-CCM+ v11.02 with new capabilities in DEM, rheology, multi-body dynamics, and interactive … Continue reading
My bookmarks folder in Chrome has become hopelessly cluttered with links that never made it into This Week in CFD (along with other “personal” links). Without further adieu, here they are, unwashed and unsorted. 6th AIAA Drag Prediction Workshop (June 2016) 2nd … Continue reading