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This week’s CFD news includes several long-ish but worthy reads on intelligence, exascale, and reading news itself. Plus the usual software and application updates. (This image courtesy of an article on CFD for F1.)
Applications Yale researchers use CFD to study patient-specific models of abdominal aortic aneurysms. Applied CCM used the XDBview feature in FieldView to reveal to students the intricacies of automotive aerodynamics. See image below. Read about ANSYS Polyflow and extrusion dies. … Continue reading
News UFO-CFD now has a YouTube channel. Dear NASA: No more rainbow color scales, please. [This article on visual.ly is a couple of years old but the topic came up this week again during a Twitter convo so I thought … Continue reading
Last Year’s News From the Better Late Than Never Department comes this roundup by Desktop Engineering of Christmas-themed CFD solutions. In Have Yourself a Merry Little Solver you’ll find CFD solutions from Hanley Innovations, Symscape, and UFO-CFD (see image below). … Continue reading
Applications Cradle North America’s SC/Tetra was used to compute the aerodynamic performance of the vehicles in the video game Gran Turismo 6. From the Journal of Aerosol Science comes CFD Simulation of Total and Regional Fiber Deposition in Human Nasal … Continue reading
Software Reaction Design has added modeling of lean blow off to ENERGICO, their modeling tool that works in conjunction with CFD for turbines. UFO-CFD v3 is now available. simFlow Beta has been released for use and testing. simFlow appears to … Continue reading