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This week we’ve included a lot of commentary on an article about automatic mesh generation that appeared on the Digital Engineering 247 website. Like last week, there are several job postings worth sharing. And as always there’s a lot of … Continue reading
There’s a practical way to define convergence of a CFD solution. It’s when you run out of time or budget or both. That’s what happened with this edition of This Week in CFD after a 56 day hiatus. I ran … Continue reading
This week’s post is full of words not normally associated with CFD like “ludicrously” and “orange juice” plus your usual first month of the new year predictions, product releases, conferences and initiatives. [Image credit for the creepy bunny goes to … Continue reading
News & Software Altair is planning an IPO. [Exciting news for a cool company.] From Flow Science comes stress-reducing CFD practices. “Patience is a virtue, especially in the CFD world.” ENGYS released HELYX V3.0.0 with GUI, meshing, and adjoint solver … Continue reading
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
*** Lucky Friday the 13th Edition *** Software Tecplot released Tecplot 360 2017 for CFD visualization including a Python API. You can read more about PyTecplot on the company’s blog. OpenVSP 3.10.0, the parametric aircraft geometry tool, was released. Looking … Continue reading
News & Events SimScale and Friendship Systems announced a collaboration based around the latter’s CAESES tool for parametric modeling. Microsoft announced an Open Source Partner Community. SGI has been acquired by HP Enterprise for $275 million. The NAFEMS World Congress … Continue reading