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This week’s CFD news includes articles and videos that share the work and thoughts of three people in the CFD world who are worth getting to know. Shown here are CFD results for turbulence downstream of a nozzle exit with … Continue reading
This week’s CFD news has a lot of new software releases including another highly automated, design oriented, multi-physics tool. We begin with some survey results about brand awareness in the simulation market that I’m certain will make many folks go … Continue reading
The most recent edition of This Week in CFD was published on 28 September. Rest assured, there has been a lot of activity in the world of CFD in the intervening weeks. What there hasn’t been is any time to … Continue reading
If you are interested in mesh adaptation, high order meshing, structured grids, hybrid meshes, mesh automation, and meshing process simplification, those topics represent just the last month or so at Pointwise. Read on for the details including how you can … Continue reading
Everyone in CFD is hiring, or so it seems. Four companies, including Pointwise, are advertising for open positions and there certainly are others. Did CFD visualization need rethinking? Ceetron thinks so. And high-order, curve mesh generation is now available in … Continue reading
Hello! I was raised in Richardson, Texas. Although my home town is known as a hub for companies in the information technology and electronics industries, my father’s background as a mechanic resulted in me being raised as a grease monkey. … Continue reading
Lorenzo Alba, a mechanical engineering student at the University of Texas at Arlington, spent the summer on our Technical Support team. Many of you will get to see his work close-up at the International Meshing Roundtable this coming October. But … Continue reading