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The CFD news on this first day of December includes everything from the common cold to other things (about computational science) that are horrible. But don’t fret, there are a couple of ideas for your last-minute holiday shopping as well … Continue reading
Jobs Engineering.com’s article on Winning Strategies to Land that Great Engineering Job is a worthwhile read, especially the part about follow-up. [50% of our job applicants, especially for internships, never reply to the very first email we send them after … Continue reading
News You have until 30 June to submit your entry for the first FloEFD Frontloading CFD Award. Abstracts for ESI’s 4th Annual OpenFOAM User Conference are due 30 June. Also noted, they will be previewing overset capabilities due for release … Continue reading
High Performance Computing & Cloud NAFEMS asks that you participate in their survey on use of HPC in engineering simulation. The survey’s results will be revealed at the 2015 NAFEMS World Congress. Jetstream will be a new NSF cloud computing … Continue reading
CFD 2030 in Aviation Week – Again As promised, Aviation Week’s technology editor Graham Warwick has delved deeper into the issues identified in NASA’s CFD 2030 study. From the 11-18 Aug 2014 issue… In the article Model Future (page 49) … Continue reading
Software Autodesk Project Ventus [likely a variation on the Latin ventum meaning wind] is now available to shrink wrap a model and create a CFD quality mesh for their Simulation CFD product. Watch a video about it here. If you have … Continue reading
Applications This brief video demonstrates use of augmented reality to look at CFD results. [From last week’s #SimulationFriday. You are following #SimulationFriday on Twitter, right?] Here’s a video about the turbulence models available in Autodesk Simulation CFD. Everyone simulates the … Continue reading