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This Week in CFD
It’s been three weeks since the last collection of CFD news and notes was published so you can only imagine the backlog. This summer looks to be the return of a lot of in-person conferences and I am looking forward … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, News, Software Tagged ADINA, aerospace, Aerovehicles5, ANSYS, automotive, Bentley, Cadence, CadenceLIVE, combustion, CONVERGE CFD, ENGYS, Fidelity CFD, Helyx, high-order, jobs, LES, marine, OnScale, PETSc, Pointwise, Turbo Expo, turbomachinery, turbulence, visualization, Vulcan 2 Comments
I’m Mike Park and This Is How I Mesh
I grew up in New Jersey where may father was always fixing something in his workshop and I was very lucky that my parents supported the many hobbies I was interested in. I spent a number of summers working on … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged adaptation, aerospace, AIAA Aviation, AIAA Drag Prediction Workshop, AIAA High Lift Prediction Workshop, AIAA SciTech, AIAA Sonic Boom Workshop, aviation, bibtex, CFD, Chrome, DLR, emacs, food, FUN3D, git, Gitlab, Jenkins, Latex, LAURA, NASA, OVERFLOW, Slack, Tecplot, Thunderbird, unstructured, vi, Vulcan 3 Comments
CFD in AIAA’s 2014 Year in Review
As I’ve mentioned before, my favorite issue of AIAA’s Aerospace America magazine is the annual Year in Review issue. It is, in fact, the only issue I keep and have every one of them since 1980, the year I joined … Continue reading