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This Week in CFD

In this week’s CFD news we learn that in-person events are starting to show up on the calendar. Lots of applied CFD this week, from boilers to bookshelves. And news of a new book by Edward Tufte for those of … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Each week of CFD news has its own personality. This week it’s about HPC and the cloud. And CFD for bicycles. No explanation. The NASA video about their HPC CFD capabilities is impressive as is a COMSOL simulation of a … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news includes several event updates from which we infer that people are starting to think beyond our pandemic lockdown. And if you’ve ever wondered what y+ to use in your grid, Leap’s series of articles on that … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

What CFD application would require 10 quadrillion mesh points? That and more is included in this week’s CFD news. In addition to the usual, cool applications of CFD and software releases, there seem to be quite a few job openings … Continue reading

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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

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