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This Week in CFD
Today’s edition of the CFD news will take a “Black Friday,” ruthless, unorganized, get in and get out approach to reporting. There’s an article on Nature.com advocating for more, not fewer, virtual conferences. I’d like to read your opinions on … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, News, People & Places, Software Tagged aerospace, AIAA, automotive, CAD interoperability, Cadence, Celsius, CFD, combustion, Datakit, DNS, Flashpoint, FLOW-3D, geometry, grid, grid generation, GridPro, JAX, Mathcha, mesh generation, meshing, NASA, nTopology, OMNIS, open source, Pointwise, SimScale, STAR-CCM+, structured grid, Tecplot, thermal, turbulence, USNCCM, workforce, Xometry 2 Comments
CFD in Aerospace America’s 2019 Year in Review
Something was happening early in 2020 that distracted me from writing my usual article about CFD in AIAA’s annual Year in Review issue of Aerospace America. What was it? Having trouble remembering. Hmm… Oh, right – that pandemic thing. Regardless, … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, News, Software Tagged ADflow, AIAA, Airbus, boundary layer, CFD 2030, exascale, FUN3D, GMGW, high order, hypersonic, Intelligent Light, Kestrel, MACH-Aero, morphing missiles, NASA, OpenFOAM, OpenMDAO, Pointwise, Purdue, transition, UQ, visualization, Year in Review Leave a comment
Mesh Adaptation With Python, Pointwise and Caelus
Mesh adaptation is one of the NASA 2030 goals, and has been one of the areas of research and development by Pointwise in past case studies and webinars. Applied CCM is the distributor for Pointwise in Australia and New Zealand, … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Software Tagged aerospace, Applied CCM, automation, Caelus, FIeldView, mesh adaptation, NASA, OpenFOAM, Python 3 Comments
This Week in CFD
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
The Evolution of Computational Aerospace from 1968-2018
Sometimes you write something that ends up on the cutting room floor (as my film-loving friends might say). Such is the case with an article I was asked to write for the 50th anniversary of the Society of Flight Test … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, News, Software Tagged CFD, CFD 2030, flight test, FLO22, NASA 8 Comments