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This Week in CFD

News in Brief Libre Mechanics provides this OpenFOAM tutorial for incompressible flow over a submarine. Advice on writing a technical paper. Do not use passive voice. Do not use first person. Etc. New open-source CFD code: OpenHyperFLOW2D for transient, viscous, … Continue reading

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Software Software Cradle released SC/Tetra 11. COMSOL released Multiphysics 4.4. WindSim made their solver more accurate for wind farm simulations such that annual energy production can be improved 3-10%. ANSYS 15 was released. Lifecycle Insights delves into Exa‘s CFD products. … Continue reading

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Events The modeFRONTIER 2013 North America Users Meeting will be held in Plymouth, Michigan on 06 November. The deadline for submitting your abstract for ASME’s 2014 4th Joint U.S.-European Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting (August 2014 in Chicago) is 25 … Continue reading

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News Briefs On the Life Upfront podcast, Jeff Waters interviews Rich Smith, the man behind affordable CFD – Caedium from Symscape. If you haven’t already seen this video demonstration of extracting 3D editable objects from a single photo please watch … Continue reading

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FlowKit’s CEO on CFD, LBM, and the Cloud On the Life Upfront blog you’ll find a two part interview with Jonas Latt, CEO of FlowKit. FlowKit provides consulting services for the open source code Palabos, a CFD solver based on … Continue reading

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Applications ANSYS got a big write-up in Bloomberg Businessweek maagzine. ANSYS anticipates an 11% jump in income this year to almost a billion ($900 million). [Oddly, the token competition the article cites is SolidWorks. No offense, but comparing SolidWorks’ simulation … Continue reading

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