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This Week in CFD
This week’s CFD news begins with brief but valuable advice about writing abstracts for your tech papers. Then for reasons that remain unclear, there’s a lot of news about meshing – applied meshing, mesh file formats, types of meshes, new … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, News, People & Places, Software Tagged 3D printing, adaptation, CFX, Code_Aster, Esteco, grid, GridPro, HOOPS, ISimQ, mesh generation, Numeca, OpenCFD, OpenFOAM, OpenTURNS, Pointwise, STAR-CCM+, structured, SubD, subdivision, TechSoft3D, UQ Leave a comment
CFD in Aerospace America’s 2019 Year in Review
Something was happening early in 2020 that distracted me from writing my usual article about CFD in AIAA’s annual Year in Review issue of Aerospace America. What was it? Having trouble remembering. Hmm… Oh, right – that pandemic thing. Regardless, … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, News, Software Tagged ADflow, AIAA, Airbus, boundary layer, CFD 2030, exascale, FUN3D, GMGW, high order, hypersonic, Intelligent Light, Kestrel, MACH-Aero, morphing missiles, NASA, OpenFOAM, OpenMDAO, Pointwise, Purdue, transition, UQ, visualization, Year in Review Leave a comment
CFD in AIAA’s Year in Review
CFD and related technology appears throughout the Aerospace America 2017 Year in Review issue. Here are the highlights I found in the order they appear in the magazine. Plus I’ve included a few non-CFD items that caught my eye.
Posted in Applications, News, Software, Uncategorized Tagged AIAA, CREATE, FUN3D, GMGW, Helios, INRIA, Intelligent Light, Kestrel, OpenMDAO, Pointwise, UQ Leave a comment