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This week’s CFD news has meshes from top to bottom which is always a good sign. You’ll also want to take a look at Resolved Analytics’ CFD survey results. Financial results from the CAE world indicate pretty much what we … Continue reading
Design and construction of covered car parks in Australia requires CFD modeling of carbon monoxide from car exhausts to extraction fans to ensure the carbon monoxide level does not rise too high for the safety of occupants. Car park design … Continue reading
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
Plenty of new software releases this week including instantaneous CFD in Creo Simulation Live, part of the recently launched Creo 7. Then there’s an application of CFD to how tuna use their finlets to wander around. And you may have … Continue reading
While most of the world’s CFD news seems to be about event cancellations or postponements, releases of new software and articles abound. For example, have you ever questioned the validity of the no-slip condition? Here’s some automotive CFD from the … Continue reading
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