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Tag Archives: SIMULIA
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
Greetings from snowy and icy Fort Worth, Texas. Software Teplot Chorus 2015 Release 1 was launched and offers order of magnitude reductions in processing time due to incorporation of the company’s SZL technology. CD-adapco launched STAR-CCM+ v10.02, a major new … Continue reading
No Frills Edition XFlow 2014 was released. [PDF] Here’s Best of the Visualization Web for April 2014 from the Visualizing Data blog. NASA’s technology transfer office has published their software catalog for 2014. It includes several CFD-related codes. [PDF] And … Continue reading
In case you missed them, two very good articles were published recently on the topic of CFD and simulation. [The year is still “new,” right? I started writing this article on 03 January and am only getting back to it … Continue reading