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This Week in CFD

Must Read Stories This is a fascinating story of Australia’s only aircraft accident for which the aircraft and persons onboard have never been recovered. CFD was used as part of the latest search for a Cessna that disappeared over Barrington … Continue reading

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CAE in the Cloud A Design World article (CAE on the cloud) from last October has sparked a discussion on LinkedIn from which I infer that when engineers say “the cloud” they all mean different things. Just like when you … Continue reading

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Geomagic is Acquired by 3D Systems 3D printing is one of the hottest topics in technology right now. And while 3D printing isn’t directly related to CFD it is tangentially related to meshing. Therefore, it’s worth noting that Geomagic – … Continue reading

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Immersed Boundary Methods Take It On The Chin The DEVELOP3D blog has an interesting “punch and counterpunch” exchange between KARALIT, makers of the KARALIT CFD software which features the immersed boundary (IB) approach, and established CFD vendors ANSYS and CD-adapco. … Continue reading

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Intelligent Light Seeks Partners for Unsteady Turbulence Visualization Intelligent Light is seeking partners with whom to collaborate on recently completed research into visualizing unsteady turbulent flows. Through a Phase II STTR from AFOSR, researchers at IL developed a technique whereby … Continue reading

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