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The backlog of CFD news is shrinking but old news doesn’t imply dull news. For example, AI, machine learning, and quantum computing all make an appearance this week. And there’s more hardware news than normal, probably because of the recent … Continue reading
This first edition of This Week in CFD for 2018 begins with a must-read article with some prognostication about what the year ahead may bring and a must-watch video of a quad-copter simulation. (Image credit: ANSYS Discovery Live from Engineering.com)
Software Dassault Systemes acquired Next Limit Dynamics, makers of the XFlow Lattice Boltzmann CFD solver. Tecplot RS 2016 R2 was released for visualization of reservoir simulation results and includes many new capabilities including a debugger for macros. See image below. … Continue reading
Software SU2 v4.2 has been released with a new fluid-structure interaction capability. Here’s an article describing CD-adapco’s capabilities for simulating noise in fluids and structures. Engineering.com provides a first look [and it really is a first look for me] at … Continue reading
Pointwise User Group Meeting 2016 Come join us in Fort Worth, Texas on 21-22 September for the Pointwise User Group Meeting 2016. The call for papers is open (due date is 01 July) – this is your opportunity to share … Continue reading
Events Calling it an “experience economy,” Dassault Systemes talked about the importance of delivering a good user experience beyond simply having the best product in this Desktop Engineering article about the COE Annual Experience and TechniFair. The preliminary agenda for the … Continue reading
I’m on my way to becoming a versatile meshing expert with Pointwise. Structured, unstructured, overset, hybrid…you name it, and I’ll discretize it for you with hexahedra, tetrahedra, pyramids, prisms, etc…all in Pointwise! I grew up in rural eastern Oregon, studied … Continue reading