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This Week in CFD

If you’re a fan of head-to-head comparisons of CFD codes, this week’s CFD news includes Resolved Analytics’ look at Fluent vs. STAR-CCM+. And if you’re a fan of hard-hitting comparisons of CAD software, you’ll find a look at SolidWorks vs. … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Lots of good and longish reads are included in this week’s rundown of CFD news. One of these longish articles shares the results of Engineering.com’s Test and Simulation Survey. For you programmers is an article about whether object-oriented programming is … Continue reading

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Workshop on Marine CFD Accuracy and Efficiency

Join Pointwise in Hamburg on 12 November 2019 for a workshop on mesh generation for marine applications. We will demonstrate  meshing for two marine benchmark cases: the Potsdam propeller and the KCS hull. The workshop is free to attend but … Continue reading

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Automotive Meshing Workshop in Munich

Join Pointwise in Munich on 14 November 2019 for a workshop on mesh generation for internal and external aerodynamics of automobiles. We will demonstrate meshing for the DrivAer benchmark case and an intake manifold. The workshop is free to attend … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

As is predictable after skipping a week, this week’s CFD news is bursting at the seams with a two-week backlog of applied CFD, software releases. job postings, event news and more. Notable are a video teaser of Simcenter’s Screenplay, bio-mimicry … Continue reading

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I’m Cade Kingston and This Is How I Mesh

I have lived in Frisco, Texas all of my life with my mom, dad, and two younger brothers. With so many boys in the house, sports was an integral part of my family. I spent the majority of my life … Continue reading

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Stuff Engineers Don’t Learn in School, Part 4

In this last post of our series on Carl Selinger’s book Stuff You Don’t Learn in Engineering School, our summer interns (Cade, Cannon, and Patrick) and I discuss the book’s last five chapters: Ethics in the Workplace, Developing Leadership Skills, … Continue reading

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