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This Week in CFD

Computing A Cray SVP makes supercomputing predictions for 2017. Regarding the cloud, 2017 will be “partly cloudy.” [This might be another supercomputing prediction but…] Inside HPC reports that China will develop an exascale computer by the end of 2017. [And … Continue reading

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I’m Chavaly Venkatesh and This Is How I Mesh

An impartial absence of malice towards any subject that didn’t involve formalin meant I could pretty much play the field on leaving school. The dice were rolled, and I found myself working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Mistakes and Failure ENGINEERING.com shares six of the most embarrassing simulation mistakes you can make [and I’m willing to be we’ve all done one of them at least once. For example, #3 mixing SI and Imperial units.] Units are important … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Software SU2 v4.2 has been released with a new fluid-structure interaction capability. Here’s an article describing CD-adapco’s capabilities for simulating noise in fluids and structures. Engineering.com provides a first look [and it really is a first look for me] at … Continue reading

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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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I’m Rick Matus and This Is How I Mesh

I grew up as an air force brat, so moving around the country was a feature of my younger days. I was born in San Antonio and also lived in Abilene, Big Spring, and Waco in Texas, Tampa Florida, Pemberton … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Applications Just in time for St. Patrick’s day beer drinking, COMSOL computes why bubbles rise in your glass of stout. Researchers at Johns Hopkins used CFD to study the wind conditions that make the 12th hole at Augusta National “the … Continue reading

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