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This Week in CFD

We begin this week’s roundup of CFD news with a lot of software release announcements as though everyone was holding back until the holidays were over. And several good, long reads are included this week including one on our old … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Each week of CFD news has its own personality. This week it’s about HPC and the cloud. And CFD for bicycles. No explanation. The NASA video about their HPC CFD capabilities is impressive as is a COMSOL simulation of a … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Welcome to the 400th edition of This Week in CFD where we begin with two very interesting articles about and from CAE industry veterans, Jon Hirschtick and Ron Fritz, respectively. Also, recently shared on YouTube by AIAA is a recording … Continue reading

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I’m Sebastian Desand and This Is How I Mesh

I was born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden, the country most famous for Ikea, Abba and Ingrid Bergman. This is still where I live with my wife, two kids and two cats. I do travel quite often within Europe, but … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s must-read article is from Mentor’s Keith Hanna on the topic of solution accuracy, physicality, and ease of use. And there’s a very fun and very cool use of meshing that I didn’t even know was possible until now. … Continue reading

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