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Clean your reading spectacles because this week’s roundup of CFD news includes some substantial reading and watching. An article asks why simulation isn’t mainstream yet and a video answers in a manner that’s counter to what software vendors say. If … Continue reading
There’s a lot of good reading and listening in this week’s CFD news starting with a new CFD podcast, a proposal for sustainable research software, and the first in a series on AI and CFD. Think Before You Compute, good … Continue reading
At next week’s International Meshing Roundtable in Buffalo, I’ll be presenting an update on work being done by Nick Wyman and our Applied Research team on something we call MeshLink. The project is all about devising a method for giving … Continue reading
Pointwise’s research proposal on the topic of providing geometry kernel support for CFD solvers was selected for negotiation by the U.S. Air Force.
J. P. Abelanet is the owner of Basis Software, a small company located near Fort Worth, Texas that specializes in computational geometry products and services. The primary product is called GE – A Geometry Engine. It is a 4th generation, … Continue reading