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Tag Archives: PyFR
Awards, Contests, and Events Proving that you never know who’ll be talking about CFD next, Jeff Bezos tweeted that Blue Origin’s recent wind tunnel tests of the New Glenn rocket helped validate their CFD simulations. ANSYS seeks your simulation results … Continue reading
Meshing Envenio shares five advantages of structured grids. #4 High Degree of Control. [For more than you probably ever want to know about Pointwise’s implementation of structured grid techniques read Quality and Control – Two Reasons Why Structured Grids Aren’t … Continue reading
News Desktop Engineering is conducting a Software Brand Awareness Survey. For your participation, you’ll have a chance to win a drawing for prizes. [But help them collect good data regardless.] An application of CFD solver PyFR to unsteady turbulent flow … Continue reading
Robin Knowles is the founder of CFD Engine, a solo aerodynamics consultancy where he uses CFD to help clients find and fix their expensive airflow problems. What do you see are the biggest challenges facing CFD in the next 3 … Continue reading
*** Late Edition *** Must Read Despite being a post from nearly two years ago, Lessons from the History of CFD is well worth reading today. Its origin was the 2013 symposium Celebrating the Careers of Antony Jameson, Phil Roe … Continue reading
Peter Vincent is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London where he researches in the field of computational fluid dynamics, and teaches mathematics and numerical analysis. His lab can be found online at The Vincent … Continue reading
Pointwise Version 17.3 R4 is now available for download and production use. In addition to many bug fixes, this version is compatible with three new file formats. The open source PyFR advection-diffusion solver from the Vincent Lab, Department of Aeronautics, … Continue reading