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This week’s CFD news includes a very cool study of vortex collisions and what they can tell us about turbulence. More good reading is available in articles on hidden fluid mechanics and hybrid geometry modeling. Shown here is a simulation … Continue reading
What CFD application would require 10 quadrillion mesh points? That and more is included in this week’s CFD news. In addition to the usual, cool applications of CFD and software releases, there seem to be quite a few job openings … Continue reading
For today’s post-Independence Day (in the U.S, although I guess it’s still post-yesterday everywhere) edition of This Week in CFD, we start with this unique application of CFD: studying the manner in which a 500 million year old organism fed … Continue reading
In this end-of-summer edition of This Week in CFD we see several outstanding examples of applied CFD including a heart valve done with STAR-CCM+, a tuna done with SC/Tetra, and certification by CFD using FUN3D. And then there’s this simulation … Continue reading
All About MSC The big news in the CAE business this week is MSC Software’s acquisition by Hexagon AB for US$834 million. MSC is one of the most storied names in the CAE business making its future very significant for … Continue reading
Applications This brief video demonstrates use of augmented reality to look at CFD results. [From last week’s #SimulationFriday. You are following #SimulationFriday on Twitter, right?] Here’s a video about the turbulence models available in Autodesk Simulation CFD. Everyone simulates the … Continue reading
Visualization From the Visualising Data blog here’s best of the visualization web for August and September. News from Intelligent Light: Download their paper on Using XDB Workflows to Analyze High Lift Drag Prediction Workshop Simulations. IL’s Steve Legensky describes how … Continue reading