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This Week in CFD

This Week in CFD reached convergence long before I had exhausted the two-week backlog of news. With baseball season underway here in the US, fans will enjoy the case study describing how high-fidelity CFD can predict the trajectory of various … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

It’s a good Friday for the latest roundup of CFD flotsam and jetsam from the ocean that is the internet. [Making this the Great CFD Garbage Gyre?] We use the marine theme because, for unexplained reasons, there are a lot … Continue reading

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Resolving Boundary Layers with Unstructured Quad and Hex Meshing: On-Demand Webinar

All things being equal, CFD practitioners prefer to use hexahedral mesh cells in the boundary layer for the improved robustness and accuracy they bring to the flow solver. Traditionally, a hex grid would be created using a structured grid technique … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news is dominated by applications but overshadowed by the image of the week from your friends at Ferrari (shown here). It’s a CFD solution, but probably not what you think at first. There are also some notable … Continue reading

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How Simulation of Novel Compressor Casings Got 28X Faster Through Meshing

With Pointwise meshes and ADSCFD GPU accelerated CFD, simulation times are reduced by nearly 30X; reducing the turnaround time for a simulation that would take a month with traditional CPU technology down to a single day. This reduction in turnaround … Continue reading

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