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This week’s This Week is brief because I’m not really here. But SimScale is running a contest, SU2 is registering for their developers meeting, and GridPro is animating structured grids. And we at Pointwise are seeking a mesh-loving CFD maven … Continue reading
This week’s CFD news begins with a long read about visualization which is followed by an equally long read about computational thinking. There’s news about OpenFOAM’s new governance structure and glimpses of several cool meshes and facetings including the one … Continue reading
It’s the last week of CFD for 2018 and what a week it has been. In addition to several CFD jobs being opened and events announced, you still have a chance to make it to San Diego next weekend for … Continue reading
The CFD news on this first day of December includes everything from the common cold to other things (about computational science) that are horrible. But don’t fret, there are a couple of ideas for your last-minute holiday shopping as well … 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
*** Last Post of 2016 *** Software RealFlow introduced RealFlow 10. [And the video of its features is amazing.] Doyub Kim published Fluid Engine Development: a book, website, and source code. Disney, sugar, and CGI (aka poly-disperse granular media). Envenio updated … Continue reading
Questions An associate professor at MIT seeks answers to this question: “If we can provide instantly available, massively parallel CFD service in the cloud, would you consider purchasing the service?” Engineersrule.com asks whether the CAD interoperability problem is over. [I … Continue reading