CFD Review  
Serving the CFD Community with News, Articles, and Discussion
CFD Review

User Preferences
Site Sponsorship
Headline Feeds
Mobile Edition
Privacy Policy
Terms of Service

Submit a CFD Story

Site Sponsors
The Choice for CFD Meshing
CFD Review

Tell a Friend
Help this site to grow by sending a friend an invitation to visit this site.

CFD News by Email
Did you know that you can get today's CFD Review headlines mailed to your inbox? Just log in and select Email Headlines Each Night on your User Preferences page.

Amazon Introduces 33% Larger Compute Instances
Posted Tue September 07, 2021 @09:43AM
Print version Email story Tweet story
News In a boost for compute intensive (CFD) Amazon Web Services users, Amazon has introduced EC2 M6i instances with up to 128 CPUs and 512 GiB of memory.

M6i instances are powered by 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and deliver up to 15% better price performance compared to M5 instances.

( Read Full Article )

Ride the Digital Wave with CFD Simulation
Posted Thu June 17, 2021 @04:58PM
Print version Email story Tweet story
News In the first episode of the Siemens Engineering Innovation podcast Stephen Ferguson is joined by surf enthusiast and sports CFD engineer Luca Oggiano, who is the co-founder and CEO of Nabla Flow. Together they discuss the impact that digital twins have on the surfing industry, and how we can use digital waves to test them.

( Read Full Article )

SoftInWay Receives Research Contract for Turbomachinery Design Methodology
Posted Wed June 16, 2021 @08:02AM
Print version Email story Tweet story
News Since last September when SoftInWay announced its award of a NASA SBIR contract to leverage artificial intelligence to improve turbomachinery designs for use in high power-density engines, the company’s engineering team has been hard at work.

Thanks to their efforts, SoftInWay was awarded the Phase II contract to expand upon its work developing an axial compressor map generation program that leverages an autonomous self-training AI.

( Read Full Article )

Visualizing Higher-Order Finite Element Surfaces
Posted Tue November 03, 2020 @03:07PM
Print version Email story Tweet story
Post Processing Tecplot's foray into visualizing higher-order finite element geometry and solutions continues with a blog post on Visualizing Higher-Order Finite-Element Surfaces.

For higher-order finite-element surfaces, the geometry (x,y,z coordinates of any point on the surface) is defined for each element by polynomials in terms of the local surface coordinates (r,s).

( Read Full Article )

Simplified and Highly Stable Lattice Boltzmann Method
Posted Thu September 17, 2020 @03:14PM
Print version Email story Tweet story
News A new book Simplified and Highly Stable Lattice Boltzmann Method: Theory and Applications introduces a new method for constructing numerical schemes within the lattice Boltzmann framework.

The Simplified and Highly Stable method is shown, through mathematical derivation and validation, to outperform conventional lattice Boltzmann methods.

( Read Full Article )

NUMECA and Gmsh Inventors Announce an Exclusive Partnership in World-Class Meshing
Posted Thu July 23, 2020 @08:02AM
Print version Email story Tweet story
News NUMECA and Gmsh are pleased to announce the establishment of an exclusive partnership for creating an industrialized and commercialized version of the world-leading open source grid generation toolset Gmsh.

Through this partnership, NUMECA and Gmsh's inventors will co-develop a professional version of Gmsh, Gmsh-Pro, within NUMECA’s multiphysics environment OMNIS™, extending its capabilities in terms of performances, ease-of-use and CAD links, to a wide range of new applications in CAE and multiphysics.

( Read Full Article )

Older Stuff

Tuesday March 31

  • On-Demand Pointwise Training is Now Available (0)
  • Wednesday March 25

  • Working From Home - What to Read and Watch (1)
  • Tuesday February 18

  • Visualization of Higher Order CFD Solutions (0)
  • Monday December 30

  • Survey Launched on Mesh Types and Sizes Used for CFD (0)
  • Tuesday October 29

  • Ideal Hardware Configuration for FLOW-3D Simulation (0)
  • SoftInWay, Inc. Supports Future Engineers Competing in TEKNOFEST 2019 (0)
  • SimScale Summer Breeze Contest Winners (0)
  • Monday August 12

  • Comparing CFD Software - STAR-CCM+ and Fluent (0)
  • Best Practices for Running CFD Solvers Using AWS (0)
  • Wednesday July 31

  • FLOW-3D European Users Conference Proceedings Available! (0)
  • Tuesday July 30

  • Simcenter FLOEFD Frontloading CFD Award (0)
  • A Foam Bath for Ores (0)
  • Q: Why should you always serve a Southern Carolina football man soup in a plate? A: 'Cause if you give him a bowl, he'll throw it away. All content except comments
    ©2020, Viable Computing.

    [ home | submit story | search | polls | faq | preferences | privacy | terms of service | rss  ]