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Events: Five Days of Pointwise
Posted Wed October 28, 2020 @10:03AM
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Announcements Pointwise is hosting a five-day virtual event during the week of 9 November to introduce Flashpoint Automatic Surface Meshing and other time-saving features new in Pointwise V18.4.

At 10 a.m. CST (UTC-6) Monday through Thursday, we will debut a new video highlighting the benefits of a different new feature. Find out why Chris Sideroff, principal director at Applied CCM, says, "Flashpoint is a game-changer for meshing."

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New Software: Custom Valve Opening Conditions in Autonomous Valve CFD
Posted Sun October 25, 2020 @05:52PM
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News The simulationHub product development team has updated the Autonomous Valve CFD app to include custom valve opening conditions.

simulationHub’s Autonomous Valve CFD app undergoes constant improvements. These upgrades are usually based on the feedback that we get from our customers. Recently the product was updated with a new feature which has improved the selection of custom valve opening conditions.

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New Software: Pointwise Introduces Intelligent Automatic Surface Meshing
Posted Fri October 16, 2020 @12:18PM
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News The latest release of Pointwise’s computational fluid dynamics (CFD) mesh generation software includes automatic surface meshing, the first component of a planned suite of automation features called Flashpoint.

"A suitable mesh is just a stepping stone to a CFD flowfield solution," said John Chawner, Pointwise's president. "Too often, that stepping stone is a speed bump because of the effort required to generate a suitable mesh on a realistic geometry model. The new Flashpoint surface meshing combines automation with the control for which the Pointwise software is known."

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Events: NUMECA Global CFD Summit 2020
Posted Tue October 13, 2020 @08:20PM
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Announcements NUMECA invites you to the Global CFD Summit 2020 on December 1-2.

Join us for two days packed with virtual workshops and presentations across various timezones - you’ll be able to tailor your schedule to the sessions that most appeal to your goals.

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Events: Introduction to Practical CFD
Posted Tue September 29, 2020 @11:32AM
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Announcements NAFEMS will conduct the online course Introduction to Practical CFD in three sessions beginning October 7th.

This course offers attendees the fundamental knowledge for using CFD in real life engineering applications. Through a simple and moderately technical approach, this course describes the steps in the CFD process and provides benefits and issues for using CFD analysis in understanding of complicated flow phenomena and its use in the design process.

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Simplified and Highly Stable Lattice Boltzmann Method
Posted Thu September 17, 2020 @03:14PM
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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.

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