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Tag Archives: Optimal Solutions Software
Next week Claudio Pita and I will be in the Motor City attending the SAE 2016 World Congress and Exhibition. There we will be presenting the work we performed in cooperation with Mark Landon of Optimal Solutions where we have … Continue reading
Software Monica Schnitger delves into the appification of CFD with a look at Altair’s CFDCalc. CFD Support introduced Water Turbine CFD, an OpenFOAM-based methodology for analysis and design of water turbines. ASCON released C3D V15, the latest update of its … Continue reading
FieldView 14 is Coming Intelligent Light announced the availability of a sneak peak at FieldView 14, the upcoming release of their CFD postprocessing and visualization software. This new version of the software includes new abilities for comparing multiple datasets, interactive … Continue reading
Mark Landon is chief technical officer at Optimal Solutions Software, LLC (gosculptor.com). OSS is in Idaho Falls, Idaho, and offers Sculptor, which contains [in Mark’s words] “the world’s best morphing, shape deformation, shape optimization, tools for CAE based design.” Sculptor … Continue reading
News in Brief, Part Un CD-adapco’s work on battery modeling and simulation is showcased in Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology, a [maddeningly difficult to navigate] online magazine. The article begins on page 97. The National Institute of Aerospace has videos … Continue reading
Space Shuttle Yields One Last Benefit for CFD The advancements in CFD that have resulted from Space Shuttle applications are too numerous to list. But even in retirement, the shuttles are going to give back to CFD one last time. … Continue reading
Shimada Named 1st International Meshing Roundtable Fellow Dr. Kenji Shimada, founder of Ciespace Corporation and professor at Carnegie Mellon University, has been named the first IMR Fellow by the International Meshing Roundtable. The fellowship recognizes distinguished accomplishments and service in … Continue reading