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This Week in CFD
This week’s collection of CFD news and notes seems to be a lot of events wrapped by a wide variety of unique stories. For the events, there’s a great trend toward meeting in person. What I mean by unique is … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, News, Software Tagged aerospace, automotive, AzoreCFD, Beta CAE, Cadence, CadenceLIVE, cloudfluid, EDA, high-order, IMR, International Meshing Roundtable, Lattice Boltzmann, motorcycle, NVIDIA, OpenFOAM, Overset Grid Symposium, Pointwise, PTC, Python, Rhino, SolidWorks, xNURBS Leave a comment
I’m Antoine Ligier and This Is How I Mesh
I was born in Lyon near the French Alps and spent most of my childhood there and in the greater Paris region. As a kid, I was always interested in sport and sciences and spent most of my time outdoors … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged aerospace, CFD, engineering, FIeldView, food, Glyph, GoToMeeting, Notepad++, Pointwise, Python, structured, support, Teams, Tecplot, This Is How I Mesh, Visual Studio Leave a comment
Car park Ventilation CFD with Pointwise, Caelus, CFX and FDS
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
This Week in CFD
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 With Python, Pointwise and Caelus
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
Posted in Applications, Software Tagged aerospace, Applied CCM, automation, Caelus, FIeldView, mesh adaptation, NASA, OpenFOAM, Python 3 Comments