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This Week in CFD

It’s been three weeks since the last collection of CFD news and notes was published so you can only imagine the backlog. This summer looks to be the return of a lot of in-person conferences and I am looking forward … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s collection of CFD news and notes seems to be a lot of events wrapped by a wide variety of unique stories. For the events, there’s a great trend toward meeting in person. What I mean by unique is … Continue reading

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I’m Feilin Jia and This Is How I Mesh

I grew up in Shanxi, China. Because my father was a doctor, when I was very young, I had the opportunity to play with many kinds of medical equipment. Alcohol burners and microscopes fascinated me and sparked an interest in … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news includes a nice article about gas turbine engine CFD using a GPU accelerated code (the image shown here) and a nice interview with Siemens’ CEO. There are positive signs ahead according to some financial news and … Continue reading

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