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This Week in CFD

Clean your reading spectacles because this week’s roundup of CFD news includes some substantial reading and watching. An article asks why simulation isn’t mainstream yet and a video answers in a manner that’s counter to what software vendors say. If … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

So much CFD news, so little time. Lots of conference news which is great, especially as we move toward live events. At several of these events you’ll have the chance to hear from the Cadence CFD team. Speaking of Cadence … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news is dominated by applications but overshadowed by the image of the week from your friends at Ferrari (shown here). It’s a CFD solution, but probably not what you think at first. There are also some notable … Continue reading

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How Simulation of Novel Compressor Casings Got 28X Faster Through Meshing

With Pointwise meshes and ADSCFD GPU accelerated CFD, simulation times are reduced by nearly 30X; reducing the turnaround time for a simulation that would take a month with traditional CPU technology down to a single day. This reduction in turnaround … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

In this week’s CFD news we learn that in-person events are starting to show up on the calendar. Lots of applied CFD this week, from boilers to bookshelves. And news of a new book by Edward Tufte for those of … Continue reading

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