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NUMECA Global CFD Summit 2020
Posted Saturday November 28 at 2:4pm
The NUMECA Global CFD Summit 2020 begins December 1st and includes two half-days of keynotes, networking, chat sessions, cloud training and much more.

The virtual event allows you to meet the experts from the comfort of your home or office.
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CFD Simulation Made Easy
Posted Saturday November 28 at 12:32pm
CFDTool version 1.5, based on the FEATool Multiphysics simulation platform, has been released.

CFDTool now features full 3D modeling and support for both the OpenFOAM and SU2 CFD solvers from a single MATLAB GUI and interface, making the CFDTool a one-stop-shop for all types of fluid dynamics and heat transfer simulations.
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Design Optimization of Francis Turbines
Posted Thursday November 19 at 2:38pm
ADT will host Efficiency Improvement and Cavitation Control of Francis Turbine Stages by TURBOdesign Suite on Thursday, December 10th, at 8am and 4pm GMT.

Francis turbines and hydraulic turbines play a major role in both small scale and large scale hydraulic energy plants and are increasingly being used for energy storage applications. The 3D inverse design method offers one of the best means of meeting multi-point and multi-objective requirements for hydraulic turbines as it can cover a large design space with very small number of design parameters.
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Five Ways to More Accurately Resolve Your Geometry
Posted Thursday November 12 at 11:30am
Pointwise today announced a limited time release of the video, Five Ways to More Accurately Resolve Your Geometry, which shows you how to increase simulation accuracy with fewer cells using Pointwise. Starting today, the video will be available for up to a week after the Five Days of Pointwise event ends.

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Solved - Structured-Style Surface Meshing for Thin Features
Posted Wednesday November 11 at 11:30am
Pointwise today announced a limited time release of the video, Solved: Structured-Style Surface Meshing for Thin Features, which will teach you how to efficiently resolve narrow surfaces with mapped unstructured meshes. Starting today, the video will be available for up to a week after the Five Days of Pointwise event ends.

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Enhance Volume Mesh Quality with Surface Mesh Adaptation
Posted Tuesday November 10 at 11:30am
Pointwise today announced a limited time release of the video, Enhance Volume Mesh Quality with Surface Mesh Adaptation, which shows you how to employ easy-to-use surface mesh adaptation to enhance volume mesh quality between surfaces in close proximity. Starting today, the video will be available for up to a week after the Five Days of Pointwise event ends.

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Azore-Pointwise Integrated Workflow for Efficient CFD Simulation
Posted Monday November 9 at 6:2pm
It is official - the Azore-Pointwise integration has now been released! This is great news for AzoreCFD and Pointwise users alike. The integration aims to enhance the simulation experience and maximize the speed of pre-processing for AzoreCFD simulation.
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Introducing Flashpoint - Goal-Oriented and Intelligent Automatic Meshing
Posted Monday November 9 at 11:30am
Pointwise today announced a limited time release of the video, Introducing Flashpoint: Goal-Oriented and Intelligent Automatic Meshing, which allows you to experience the next evolution of repeatable, push-button meshing. Starting today, the video will be available for up to a week after the Five Days of Pointwise event ends.

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Mentor User2User Conference
Posted Wednesday November 4 at 2:4pm
Mentor Graphics, a Siemens Business, will host User2User, a virtual online user conference on November 10th for North America and on December 1st for Europe.

For over 30 years, User2User has provided a forum for sharing best practices and discovering new techniques for tackling EDA’s biggest design challenges. U2U is a series of highly interactive, in-depth technical conferences that bring together our large Mentor user community.
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Visualizing Higher-Order Finite Element Surfaces
Posted Tuesday November 3 at 3:7pm
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).
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Deep-Learning for Engineering Optimization
Posted Monday November 2 at 2:8pm
NAFEMS will host Deep-Learning for Engineering Optimization on November 5th.

Deep learning and AI have revolutionized how images, sounds and natural language are processed. Therefore, some problems that used to be considered intractable are now easily solvable. Computer Assisted Design (CAD) and Computer Assisted Engineering (CAE) are now on the way to follow the same track.
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Five Days of Pointwise
Posted Wednesday October 28 at 10:3am
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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Custom Valve Opening Conditions in Autonomous Valve CFD
Posted Sunday October 25 at 5:52pm
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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Pointwise Introduces Intelligent Automatic Surface Meshing
Posted Friday October 16 at 12:18pm
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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NUMECA Global CFD Summit 2020
Posted Tuesday October 13 at 8:20pm
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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Introduction to Practical CFD
Posted Tuesday September 29 at 11:32am
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 Thursday September 17 at 3:14pm
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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Achieving Quieter Flight Through Simulation
Posted Thursday September 10 at 9:10am
Dassault Systems will host Achieving Quieter Flight Through Simulation - An E-Seminar Series beginning September 22nd.

The series will consist of two seminars followed by an interactive workshop.
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