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What Next for CFD? Industry Experts Share Their Ideas
Posted Mon May 25, 2015 @03:23PM
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News CFD Engine asked 12 industry experts share their ideas of where the CFD industry needs to innovate & what they’d like to see changed — read more on their blog

For an industry that revolves around solving some very old equations, the continued innovation in CFD might come as a surprise to some. We asked a dozen industry experts what they thought was the aspect CFD is currently most in need of innovation. What is holding the industry back? But, perhaps more importantly, what they would like to see done about it?

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Meshing’s Path Forward
Posted Wed May 20, 2015 @09:01PM
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Grid Generation By John Chawner
President, Pointwise, Inc.

At the AIAA Science and Technology Forum 2015 (aka SciTech), I was fortunate to participate on a panel discussion related to the meshing and geometry needs identified by the CFD (computational fluid dynamics) Vision 2030 Study, hereinafter the Study1.

Specifically, The Path To and State of Geometry and Meshing in 2030 was organized by the Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments (MVCE) Technical Committee in order to provide technical interchange that would illuminate the path forward for geometry and mesh generation.

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NASA Considering Fast Computing Challenge
Posted Tue April 28, 2015 @03:20PM
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News NASA Transformative Aeronautics Concepts Program (TACP) is considering a potential Fast Computing Challenge centered around CFD with a $500,000 cash prize. A Request for Information has been posted to determine a Fast Computing community of interest in competing for a potential challenge and gather realistic feedback on the statement of challenge.

Advanced computational tools, such as high-fidelity computational fluid dynamics (CFD) not only enable reductions in ground-based and in-flight testing requirements, but also provide added physical insight, enable superior designs at reduced cost and risk, and open new frontiers in aerospace vehicle design and performance.

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ANSYS, Lenovo and OCF Build CFD-ready HPC Appliance
Posted Thu April 02, 2015 @09:38AM
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News UK engineers requiring High-Performance Computing (HPC) power for their Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations can now purchase a pre-configured, easy-to-deploy, ANSYS-ready HPC 'appliance'.

The plug-and-play appliance is available following a unique partnership between engineering simulation software provider ANSYS, hardware vendor Lenovo and high performance cluster integrator OCF.

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The Third Wave of CFD
Posted Wed March 18, 2015 @07:22AM
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News While classic commercial CFD technology has matured to a great extent, new exciting and technology to address the challenges of future CFD applications are approach fast.

A Mentor Graphics white paper discusses the history of simulation flow through the first two waves of CFD, and then outlines and discusses the paradigm shift as it relates to the changing development processes towards simulation-driven design.

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FLOW-3D Winter Newsletter
Posted Thu February 12, 2015 @12:05PM
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News Flow Science has published their Winter 2015 Newsletter featuring a case study from Hellebusch Tooling and Die about reducing ejection time to increase productivity, a development note about FLOW-3D's new capabilities to simulate mooring lines and a hints and tips tutorial on how to bin particles for tasks such as representing inoculants in castings, showing the settling of suspended solids in clarifiers, and representing fish in rivers.

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