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Tag Archives: KARALIT
News & Events If you recall last summer’s announcement of the National Strategic Computing Initiative, you might be interested to know that it is now appearing in the federal budget. An alphabet soup of federal government agencies are involved but DoE … Continue reading
News FluiDyna has added nanoFluidX (particle-based simulation) and ultraFluidX (Lattice-Boltzmann) to Altair’s Partner Alliance. Onshape, “the first and only full-cloud 3D CAD system,” has gained another $80 million investment, bringing their total to $144 million. Monica Schnitger comments on this … Continue reading
Special “Just the Facts” Edition The CFD Vision 2030 Study is covered by Hi-Tech CFD in MCAD Cafe with emphasis on turbulence modeling, HPC, and multidisciplinary simulations. Two articles on gender and STEM education/careers: The Gender Confidence Gap in STEM … Continue reading
Events The modeFRONTIER 2013 North America Users Meeting will be held in Plymouth, Michigan on 06 November. The deadline for submitting your abstract for ASME’s 2014 4th Joint U.S.-European Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting (August 2014 in Chicago) is 25 … Continue reading
Software Reaction Design has added modeling of lean blow off to ENERGICO, their modeling tool that works in conjunction with CFD for turbines. UFO-CFD v3 is now available. simFlow Beta has been released for use and testing. simFlow appears to … Continue reading
Immersed Boundary Methods Take It On The Chin The DEVELOP3D blog has an interesting “punch and counterpunch” exchange between KARALIT, makers of the KARALIT CFD software which features the immersed boundary (IB) approach, and established CFD vendors ANSYS and CD-adapco. … Continue reading