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This Week in CFD
Welcome to the first, almost not published, edition of This Week in CFD for 2023. I write “almost not published” because WordPress is having some serious problems today so I’m just publishing what I’ve got before I lose any more … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, News, Software Tagged aerospace, Cadence, CadenceLIVE, Esteco, Fidelity CFD, FIeldView, Flexcompute, FlowThermoLab, GridPro, jobs, linux, MeshTrends, OpenFOAM, OpenFOAM Workshop, Pointwise, Siemens, Simcenter, solids4foam, Windows Leave a comment
This Week in CFD
Happy 2022 and welcome to a new year of This Week in CFD. What do machine learning, wastewater, wind turbines, Linux, opera, and the mathematics of curves all have in common? They’re all included in this first post of the … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, News, Software Tagged AIAA, ANSYS, automotive, Beta CAE, CAD Exchanger, Cadence, COMSOL, CONVERGE CFD, FIeldView, Latex, linux, machine learning, OMNIS, OpenFOAM, ParaView, Pointwise, PrePoMax, reverse engineering, SoftInWay, Tecplot Leave a comment
This Week in CFD
Completely fungible and non-tokenized, today’s CFD news begins with a hopeful glimpse at a potential in-person CFD event. You should check-out the list of tips for simulation projects and let us know what was missed. And the coolest news this … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, News Tagged AIAA Aviation, AIAA High Lift Prediction Workshop, AIAA SciTech, Altair, ANSYS, AWS, AzoreCFD, COMSOL, Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop, geometry models, GMGW, HiLiftPW, jobs, linux, meshing, Microsoft, OpenFOAM, Pointwise, PyFR, Siemens Digital Industries Software, SIMULIA, STAR-CCM+, survey, ultraFluidX Leave a comment
I’m Martin Leahy and This Is How I Mesh
I grew up and still live and work in Victoria, a southern state of Australia. I am lucky to have wonderful family of three children and a wonderful wife, Amy. I grew up on a sheep/cattle farm in Glenaroua, Victoria, … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged adaptation, ANSYS, Applied CCM, Caelus, CFX, cloud, FIeldView, food, git, Glyph, high order, linux, OpenFOAM, ParaView, Pointwise, Python, This Is How I Mesh, Ubuntu Leave a comment
I’m James Linfield and This Is How I Mesh
I grew up on the south coast of the UK, in a small sleepy village called Storrington in West Sussex. Not too far away from the seaside town of Brighton (that’s where I say I’m from when people, quite rightly, … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged 3d mouse, adjoint, aerospace, ai, artificial intelligence, Asana, atom, CFD, coffee, compressible flows, engine, engineering, Fluent, food, Gambit, grid generation, linux, machine learning, mechanical engineering, NAFEMS, OpenFOAM, OpenFOAM Workshop, optimization, paper, ParaView, Pointwise, putty, SU2, This Is How I Mesh, turbulence, uav Leave a comment