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This Week in CFD

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

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This Week in CFD

This week’s two-week backlog of news includes, perhaps appropriately, a ton of good reading. A lot of reading about meshes and some bigger issues like consolidated CAE toolsets versus best in class tool chains. Plus there’s a look to the … Continue reading

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New CFD Tool for Sediment Gravity Flows Based on FLOW-3D Flow Science, makers of the FLOW-3D CFD solver, announced a new product, MassFLOW-3D, “for the simulation of sediment gravity flows as mechanisms for the formation of hydrocarbon reservoirs in deep … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Space Shuttle Yields One Last Benefit for CFD The advancements in CFD that have resulted from Space Shuttle applications are too numerous to list. But even in retirement, the shuttles are going to give back to CFD one last time. … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

NASA Announced Space Research Opportunities NASA may award up to $2 million this autumn to outstanding early career faculty via NASA’s Space Technology Research Opportunities program. The program seeks “unique, disruptive, or transformational” space technologies. Ten grants are expected to … Continue reading

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