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Comparing CFD Software
Posted Wed April 17, 2019 @04:53PM
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News ResolvedAnalytics has released Part 3 of their blog series Comparing CFD Software.

Catch up on the first 2 parts discussing CAD-Embedded and Open-Source CFD Software Packages, and read the most recent part about Semi-Comprehensive CFD Software Packages.

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Tips for Rapid Viscous CFD Mesh Generation
Posted Tue March 19, 2019 @10:14PM
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News Pointwise has released the video Rapid Viscous CFD Mesh Generation for Propellers that shares some strategies to quickly construct a high-quality viscous mesh for an APC Slow Flyer 8 x 3.8 model aircraft propeller.

Quickly constructing a high-quality surface and volume mesh for a propeller can be a very intricate process. Geometrical features such as the blade tip and hub regions, may elicit highly skewed or stretched surface elements.

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New UberCloud Compendium with 36 CFD Case Studies
Posted Tue March 05, 2019 @02:47PM
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News UberCloud has published a new Compendium of CFD Case Studies summarizing CFD cloud projects performed together with the engineering community over the last six years.

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is widely used in the engineering community to simulate all kinds of fluid flow phenomena, be it just fluid flow or aerodynamics, or be it in a multi-physics scenario coupled with other physics simulation solvers like e.g. with Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to simulate material behavior (like fluid-structure interaction for an airplane wing design), or even more complex fluid-structure-electrical interaction simulation of a personalized living heart.

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Boom Supersonic Partners with NUMECA for Supersonic Aircraft Development
Posted Tue February 19, 2019 @01:12PM
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News NUMECA International, a global leader in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), multiphysics, and optimization, today announced a new partnership with Boom Supersonic (Boom), an innovative company building history’s fastest supersonic airliner.

Through this partnership, Boom is aiming to create a dramatically streamlined and highly automated workflow, both utilizing NUMECA’s expertise in creating solutions to provide quality results with the highest reliability and the fastest solution time of any code and amplifying the strengths of Boom’s world-renowned design team.

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ANSYS Cloud Delivers Easy HPC
Posted Mon February 11, 2019 @05:57PM
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News In collaboration with Microsoft Azure, ANSYS has developed and launched an all-new cloud offering — ANSYS Cloud.

Engineering simulation has long been constrained by fixed computing resources available on a desktop or cluster. Today, however, cloud computing can deliver the on-demand, high performance computing (HPC) capacity required for faster high-fidelity results offering greater performance insight.

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Hybrid Meshing Key to Improving CFD Simulation Efficiency
Posted Tue February 05, 2019 @05:14PM
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News When most people think about efficiency in completing a task, they think about speed. But when CFD (computational fluid dynamics) engineers think about efficiency, they understand there is a vital second component – solution accuracy.

Pointwise has published the case study Hybrid Meshing Key to Improving CFD Simulation Efficiency wherein various meshing approaches are compared to determine the most efficient simulation.

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