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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
This week’s CFD news seems to be dominated by business deals (involving FieldView, ANSYS, and more) and automotive applications. A new conference on CAE interoperability was announced for next year and I hope one of you can attend and share … Continue reading
Applications Despite never having broken a bone, this article on the use of simulation to design casts helps me understand why I’ve seen so many incoming college students choose biomedical majors. Abaqus even has a knee simulator add-on. CFD is … Continue reading
Software Kitware released ParaView 5.3.0 with support for multiple core computers, improved rendering, and more. Elysium will be providing a CAD translation and healing solution to Lemma for the latter’s use in their CAE preprocessing. Spatial has added Distene’s tet … Continue reading
Business NAFEMS needs your input for their Analysis Needs Survey by which they intend to assess current CAE usage, criteria for CAE success, and trends for future CAE usage. Monica Schnitger provides a good overview of ESI’s year-end financial results … Continue reading
Seeking CFD Papers for Chemical Engineering Journal The International Journal of Chemical Engineering is seeking papers and review articles on “advancement in CFD modeling and its predictive power for the flows with complex physics.” Manuscripts are due for this issue … Continue reading
KARALIT CFD Italian software company KARALIT announced the free downloadable release of their new KARALIT CFD software which utilizes what they call the Immersed Mesh method. They claim to have virtually eliminated the time required for preprocessing by utilizing a … Continue reading