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This Week in CFD

Jobs, internships, and events seem to be the order of the week with lots of hiring and lots of announced CFD and meshing conferences. From the long-read department comes several articles on shape optimization, open-source, and geometry modeling issues. And … Continue reading

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In Pursuit of the Ideal Mesh

Approaches to discretizing models for physics-based simulation have matured considerably over the years with several meshing techniques from which to choose including: multi-block structured, overset, octree, advancing front, and so on. Each of these approaches has its benefits and drawbacks when comparing one with another. Convergence and solution accuracy are evaluated among three mesh configurations of an ONERA M6 wing to help determine whether there exist any advantages of using an unstructured mixed-cell meshing approach over other unstructured advancing front and multi-block structured options. Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Applications This brief video demonstrates use of augmented reality to look at CFD results. [From last week’s #SimulationFriday. You are following #SimulationFriday on Twitter, right?] Here’s a video about the turbulence models available in Autodesk Simulation CFD. Everyone simulates the … Continue reading

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