Tag Archives: Stanford

I’m Tom Economon and This Is How I Mesh

I suppose I’ll start with the stuffy company line: Dr. Thomas D. Economon is a Postdoctoral Scholar at Stanford University, where he received MS and PhD degrees in the Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics. He holds a BS in Aerospace … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Stanford ADL SU2 News The Aerospace Design Lab at Stanford University released SU2 Version 2, their open source, C++ based CFD code. It is reported that SU2 has been downloaded over 2,700 times in the year since its first release. … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Software Releases Stanford will release v2.0 of their SU2 open source CFD code on 8 January. Two other events are planned in conjunction with that release. A presentation at the AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting on 7 January at 4pm. A … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Stanford Released SU2 Version 1.1 Stanford University released Version 1.1 of their SU2 (Stanford University Unstructured) open-source CFD code. New in this latest release are Windows executables, better parallelization, a Pointwise plugin for native export of SU2’s files, an SST … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Space Shuttle Yields One Last Benefit for CFD The advancements in CFD that have resulted from Space Shuttle applications are too numerous to list. But even in retirement, the shuttles are going to give back to CFD one last time. … Continue reading

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