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Jobs, internships, and events seem to be the order of the week with lots of hiring and lots of announced CFD and meshing conferences. From the long-read department comes several articles on shape optimization, open-source, and geometry modeling issues. And … Continue reading
This first edition of This Week in CFD for 2018 begins with a must-read article with some prognostication about what the year ahead may bring and a must-watch video of a quad-copter simulation. (Image credit: ANSYS Discovery Live from Engineering.com)
A Brief I’ve Been at AIAA SciTech All Week Edition ANSYS announced the six winners (three corporate, three academic) of their 2016 Hall of Fame Competition. One of the corporate winners was Combustion Research and Flow Technology for their LES … Continue reading
Special Xmas Edition The Technical University of Denmark is offering on 16 January a workshop on using CFD as a guide to scaling-up tanks and reactors for waste water treatment. Google spreadsheets are gaining ground in the PLM space. Beta … Continue reading
Nick Wyman, Pointwise’s director of applied research, will be presenting the results of some recent work on sizing functions for tetrahedral meshes at next week’s Symposium on Trends in Unstructured Mesh Generation (aka MeshTrends). Nick’s presentation, Element-Size Gradation in an Unstructured … Continue reading
News OnShape, the new CAD company founded by SolidWorks’ founders, has a new blog and it kicked off with a post on why they’re starting from scratch again. Reason #5 is that they want to make CAD fun again. They’re … Continue reading