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This week’s CFD news is dominated by applications of all sorts, from cars, cars, cars, to boats, filtration (Vee Bee’s strainer shown here), rockets, ducting, and skyscrapers. There’s also plenty of event news from CAESES, Metacomp, OpenFOAM, ENGYS, and Pointwise … Continue reading →
News Is the sky really falling? A DoE and NSA report fears the U.S. may lose its lead in HPC within a decade. On the other hand, the article’s author thinks chasing an arbitrary milestone like exascale isn’t as optimal … Continue reading →
I was born in Tehran, the capital of Iran in 1983. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Yazd University in the beautiful city of Yazd, which has a history of over 5,000 years with unique Persian architecture. … Continue reading →
Software & Applications Here’s part 4 of how to perform pump cavitation analysis in CFX, this time focusing on automation techniques. This brief video illustrates the effect of flow rate on the formation of double emulsions. Kitware announced the major … Continue reading →
CAE in the Cloud A Design World article (CAE on the cloud) from last October has sparked a discussion on LinkedIn from which I infer that when engineers say “the cloud” they all mean different things. Just like when you … Continue reading →
I’m attending the Congress on the Future of Engineering Software (COFES) this week and while that might make for an interesting post in the weeks to come it also limits the amount of time I have for this week’s post. … Continue reading →
[This article was first published in the May/June 2012 issue of The Connector. It was so popular there it’s reposted here to reach a broader audience.] “We know embarrassingly little about how the mesh affects the CFD solution,” said Prof. … Continue reading →