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Tag Archives: simFlow
News & Views Aviation Week and AIAA have identified this year’s 20 Twenties, outstanding students who are emerging as aerospace leaders. [Is your alma mater represented?] DEVELOP3D shares more information about the photo-realistic simulation images from STAR-CCM+. Visualizing Data presents … Continue reading
Software CAESES 4.1.2 was released. This new version of Friendship Systems’ modeling and optimization software with improved adjoint CFD coupling and more. Friendship Systems also announced a partnership with Flow Science that will deliver an optimization environment to FLOW-3D users. … Continue reading
Meshing Siemens PLM Software is celebrating 30 Years of Femap with a brief video history. [I remember seeing some of those early ads in print magazines.] Congratulations to our meshing friends from the structures side of the CAE world. In … Continue reading
Events The agenda for next month’s COFES (Congress on the Future of Engineering Software) has been announced and includes 2.5 hours dedicated to reviewing and moving forward with the issues identified during January’s Analysis, Simulation, and Systems Engineering Software Summit … Continue reading
Special “Just the Facts” Edition The CFD Vision 2030 Study is covered by Hi-Tech CFD in MCAD Cafe with emphasis on turbulence modeling, HPC, and multidisciplinary simulations. Two articles on gender and STEM education/careers: The Gender Confidence Gap in STEM … Continue reading
Software & Hardware simFlow version 1 was released. Cloud-based CFD solver Ciespace gets a nice write-up on Engineering.com but the closing statements are pretty damning, especially this one: “If they don’t get more funding they could disappear.” It’s damning because … Continue reading