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I always thought this thing called CFD was exclusively for NASA and F1, things so far away from where I stand that they seemed unreachable. Yet here I am. I’m from Murcia, a small region from the southeast of Spain … Continue reading
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
I was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and I am the eldest of three boys. We lived in the north region of the city, called Tijuca, which is very close to America’s largest urban forest, Tijuca’s Forest. … Continue reading
Pointwise User Group Meeting 2014 The Pointwise User Group Meeting 2014 will soon be here – 29-30 October in Anaheim, California. To celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary the event is free – but you still have to register, please. What’s … Continue reading
Stanford Released SU2 Version 1.1 Stanford University released Version 1.1 of their SU2 (Stanford University Unstructured) open-source CFD code. New in this latest release are Windows executables, better parallelization, a Pointwise plugin for native export of SU2’s files, an SST … Continue reading