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Visualization of Higher Order CFD Solutions
Posted Tue February 18, 2020 @05:15PM
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News Dr. Scott Imlay, Chief Technical Officer, Tecplot, Inc., has begun a blog series on the usefulness of higher order elements for CFD simulation and the challenges of visualizing the results.

In the series, Scott will discuss Tecplot's recent research on the visualization of results from higher-order element computational fluid dynamics (HOE CFD). If you are not one of the practitioners of this specialized form of CFD you may be asking "what?" If so, it’s OK, please just heed the advice of Douglas Adams and "DON’T PANIC!"

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New Software: The Future is Here - Autonomous HVAC CFD
Posted Thu February 13, 2020 @06:08AM
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News The simulationHub team announced the future of HVAC system design using thermal fluid simulation, cloud computing, and machine learning, using a newly developed app, Autonomous HVAC CFD.

This technology preview software application demonstrates to the customers the capability of simulationHub platform to perform thousands of HVAC CFD simulations autonomously, explore the entire design space and evaluate the occupant thermal comforts for multiple HVAC design configurations and several thermal load scenarios.

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Application: Boom Supersonic - Relaunching Commercial Supersonic Air Travel
Posted Wed February 12, 2020 @08:05PM
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Application Boom Supersonic is redefining what it means to fly by building Overture, history’s fastest commercial airliner. Overture will travel at a speed of Mach 2.2 and a cruising altitude of up to 60,000 feet.

Due to the complexity of designing for supersonic speeds, Boom Supersonic engineers need to be able to test multiple conditions and try out many different design ideas. They also work with a very short time-to-concept, which means they need a solution that is fast to set up and even faster to get results.

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Events: Forget About CAD Repair Thanks to NUMECA AutoSeal
Posted Thu February 06, 2020 @04:26PM
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Announcements Are you tired of spending days or even weeks filling holes and removing gaps between surfaces or, for the experts among you, creating conformal geometries?

We know your pain! This is why NUMECA International created AutoSeal, the tool that takes CFD engineers from CAD or STL files to watertight geometry in little to no time.

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Events: Call for Abstracts for the FLOW-3D World Users Conference 2020
Posted Thu February 06, 2020 @01:13PM
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Announcements In conjunction with its 40th anniversary, Flow Science, Inc. will hold the FLOW-3D World Users Conference 2020 on June 8-10, 2020 at the Maritim Hotel in Munich, Germany.

Customers from around the world have been invited to the FLOW-3D World Users Conference 2020 to celebrate Flow Science’s milestone anniversary. Co-hosted by Flow Science Deutschland, this year’s conference features metal casting and water & environmental application tracks, advanced training sessions, in-depth technical customer presentations, and the latest product developments presented by Flow Science’s senior technical staff.

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Events: How to Choose an Appropriate Turbulence Model
Posted Mon January 27, 2020 @04:42PM
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Announcements NAFEMS will host the E-Learning course Elements of Turbulence Modeling on February 12th and 19th.

This course provides the attendees with basic understanding of complexities in turbulence simulation and introduces them to most commonly used turbulence models with their advantages and limitations.

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