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This Week in CFD

In this last edition of This Week in CFD of 2017 you’ll find insight on Mentor’s Cartesian-based approach to mesh generation, tips on visualizing your simulation results, and an update on the Exascale Computing Project. And the inevitable “more.”¬†

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This Week in CFD

Lucky “Friday the 13th“ Edition Contests, Competitions, and Awards CD-adapco announced Wian van der Merwe of Aerotherm as the winner of their 2016 Calendar Competition for his visualization of the flowfield around a cyclist’s head. See image below. DEVELOP3D is … Continue reading

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Special Easter Weekend Edition Pre- &¬†Post-Processing The importance of mesh density in Abaqus. Here’s best of the visualization web for February 2015. Learn how to debug EnSight Python scripts by watching this video about windpdb. Applications & Reading Direct Numerical … Continue reading

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Greetings from snowy and icy Fort Worth, Texas. Software Teplot Chorus 2015 Release 1 was launched and offers order of magnitude reductions in processing time due to incorporation of the company’s SZL technology. CD-adapco launched STAR-CCM+ v10.02, a major new … Continue reading

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A Mesh You Can’t Resist Touching

As those of you who are long-time readers know, I am {fascinated|obsessed|kidding myself} by finding meshes in the real world. (Remember Wood Skin?) Admittedly, I sometimes push the boundaries of credulity and force you to squint and use your imagination … Continue reading

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Software and Events Dassault Systemes created 3D models of WWII scenes for an upcoming PBS documentary for the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings. Code_Saturne version 3.3 is now available. Here’s a nice overview of the adjoint solver in STAR-CCM+. … Continue reading

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Stanford Updates SU2 The Aerospace Design Lab at Stanford University last week announced a new release of their open source CFD code, SU2. This new version, called “Eagle” or v3.0, is focused on detailed RANS validation and accuracy improvements. In … Continue reading

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