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December is a popular month for software releases judging by the number of announcements in this week’s post. There’s also an article about the use of CFD to study respiration in reptiles. The image shown here is from an article … Continue reading
As is predictable after skipping a week, this week’s CFD news is bursting at the seams with a two-week backlog of applied CFD, software releases. job postings, event news and more. Notable are a video teaser of Simcenter’s Screenplay, bio-mimicry … Continue reading
This week’s This Week includes the most eclectic set of CFD applications I can recall, from the usual race cars and rockets to teeth, noses, and dinosaur necks. (One of those eclectic applications is shown here: ventilation of a latrine … Continue reading
Today’s post should be called This Week in Applied CFD because it’s virtually all applications of CFD or meshing or visualization. This is actually a good thing because use of CFD to obtain engineering data is what it’s all about. … Continue reading
Two-letter acronyms represent a good deal of the reading in this week’s CFD news: specifically, artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR). For the programmers out there we link to an article about why Fortran is still useful (for physicists … Continue reading
This week’s This Week is brief because I’m not really here. But SimScale is running a contest, SU2 is registering for their developers meeting, and GridPro is animating structured grids. And we at Pointwise are seeking a mesh-loving CFD maven … Continue reading