Tag Archives: HPC

This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news includes many examples of CFD in action from baseballs to cement and canoes. We start off with CFD expert Doug Ball being interviewed about HPC which really is a must-read. And if you like reading, the … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news may take you some time to get through because it includes several worthwhile, long reads. One is about simulation driven design and democratization, three are about computing including HPC, GPU, and AWS, and another fluid mystery … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

While most of the world’s CFD news seems to be about event cancellations or postponements, releases of new software and articles abound. For example, have you ever questioned the validity of the no-slip condition? Here’s some automotive CFD from the … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

What CFD application would require 10 quadrillion mesh points? That and more is included in this week’s CFD news. In addition to the usual, cool applications of CFD and software releases, there seem to be quite a few job openings … Continue reading

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CFD 2030 and High Performance Computing

At AIAA SciTech 2020, the CFD 2030 Integration Committee hosted a Forum 360 discussion on the topic of High Performance Computing’s Impact on Aerospace Prediction. The blue ribbon panel included representatives from NASA, the DoE, the DoD, and the aircraft … Continue reading

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