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ICYMI (and how could you), we begin this week’s round up of CFD and CAE news with articles about PTC’s announcment that they will acquire Onshape and bring the latter’s “CAD as a service” alongside Creo and their other “on … Continue reading
This week’s CFD news starts with an intriguing article about posits, an alternative to floating point numbers that are said to provide faster and more accurate computations. Coming soon to a computer near you? There are several very cool articles … Continue reading
This week’s This Week includes the most eclectic set of CFD applications I can recall, from the usual race cars and rockets to teeth, noses, and dinosaur necks. (One of those eclectic applications is shown here: ventilation of a latrine … Continue reading
This week features updates on many CFD-related events and a deep article on predicting where CFD will be in 2030. The image to the right is from that article on the TENZOR blog and shows an LES simulation using an … Continue reading
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.”
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
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