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Application: Understanding Tractor Trailer Aerodynamics Using a Time Accurate Approach
Posted Thu August 13, 2020 @03:06PM
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Application Pointwise has released the webinar, Understanding Tractor Trailer Aerodynamics Using a Time Accurate Approach, which shows how multi-block hybrid meshing techniques can improve mesh quality and concentrate mesh density in areas of interest.

In the United States, 70 percent of freight tonnage is transported by tractor trailers each year. Tractor trailers spend much of their time at highway speeds, resulting in 65 percent of their fuel consumption being used to overcome aerodynamic drag.

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New Software: Azore Software Launches CFD Simulation Software
Posted Mon August 03, 2020 @09:40PM
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Announcements Azore Software, provider of practical CFD that you can trust, announced the release of new packages and subscription plans for its trusted Azore CFD software. The new computational fluid dynamics (CFD) packages include monthly subscription plans that are friendly and fair to organizations left underserved by the wave of vendor consolidations over the last 10 to 15 years.

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Application: Fluid Dynamics Investigation of the Sonic Boom on a Supersonic Aircraft Concept
Posted Mon August 03, 2020 @10:01AM
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Application The return to supersonic flight is amongst the hottest topics in aviation today, as several companies (Boom Supersonic and Aerion Supersonic, among others) are actively developing new supersonic commercial airliners targeted to enter in service in the coming years. In this context, a quiet flight over land is one of the major challenges to ensure the regulatory compliance of such airliners. Several research centers and companies are building demonstrators to show large sonic boom reductions with smarter designs of all the parts of the aircraft.

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Application: Turbulence Model Influence on Flow in the FDA Benchmark Model
Posted Tue July 28, 2020 @04:59PM
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Application Pointwise released a webinar where Chris Sideroff, Ph.D., managing director of Applied CCM Canada, uses Pointwise and the Caelus Python Library to understand the influence exerted by the turbulence model on computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation results for the FDA Blood Pump benchmark geometry.

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Events: Elements of Turbulence Modeling
Posted Mon July 27, 2020 @01:23PM
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Announcements NAFEMS will host the online course Elements of Turbulence Modeling in two sessions beginning August 5th.

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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NUMECA and Gmsh Inventors Announce an Exclusive Partnership in World-Class Meshing
Posted Thu July 23, 2020 @08:02AM
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News NUMECA and Gmsh are pleased to announce the establishment of an exclusive partnership for creating an industrialized and commercialized version of the world-leading open source grid generation toolset Gmsh.

Through this partnership, NUMECA and Gmsh's inventors will co-develop a professional version of Gmsh, Gmsh-Pro, within NUMECA’s multiphysics environment OMNIS™, extending its capabilities in terms of performances, ease-of-use and CAD links, to a wide range of new applications in CAE and multiphysics.

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