PyFR 1.0 Released from Imperial College London
Posted Tuesday June 30 at 5:29pm
The Vincent Lab in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London announces Release 1.0 of PyFR CFD software, an open-source Python based framework for solving advection-diffusion type problems using the Flux Reconstruction (FR) approach.
PyFR was developed for a range of system hardware including GPU-based architectures as described in a blog from NVIDIA about How GPU Technology is Transforming Flow Simulation.
Hydro-Acoustic Simulation for Marine Propellers
Posted Wednesday June 24 at 5:48pm
Need a fast, accurate and complete Hydro-Acoustic simulation suite for noise analysis in your marine application?
Join NUMECA for a free webinar on June 25 and discover NUMECA’s CFD-Hydro- and Vibro-Acoustic integrated environment!
SU2 Version 4.0 Released
Posted Tuesday June 23 at 3:59pm
As an open-source project, growing vibrant user and developer communities is a crucial goal for the SU2 team, and we continue to pour our energy into delivering the best possible tools. Thanks to the hard work of our development team and the support and encouragement of thousands of users around the world, SU2 is now the preferred open-source alternative for CFD analysis and design in compressible flows. At this time, we are excited to announce the official release of SU2 version 4.0 "Cardinal."
Conference Proceedings Available from the 15th FLOW-3D European Users Conference
Posted Tuesday June 23 at 3:58pm
FLOW-3D users from both the commercial and academic arenas presented and discussed their work, including topics such as modeling reservoirs, simulating medical devices, and solving manufacturing issues (automotive and metal casting applications) using FLOW-3D.
Speakers from Roche Diagnostics, Reutter GmbH, CIE Automotive, Protesa, and a variety of leading research institutions were part of a diverse lineup of presenters.