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Envenio's September CFD Round-Up

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In a month where we unveiled our new-look website, spread the word about our CFD survey, and highlighted a number of EXN/Aero features such as many-to-many and conjugate heat transfer, one could be forgiven for thinking we haven't had a moment to ourselves! In this month's September summary, we check out some of the best articles featured on our blog during September, and some of the simulation headlines from around the world.

From The Envenio Blog

Structured Grids. Still In Style?

Pointwise article written back in 2013 pointed out how one could be forgiven for thinking structured grids are almost entirely redundant in today's unstructured or hybrid meshing world. 

As one of the most critical aspects of solving problems through computational fluid dynamics (CFD), appropriate mesh generation is essential for an accurate solution, faster convergence, and reduction of numerical diffusion. This month, we revisited this essential topic; assessing how best to determine mesh quality, clarifying grid classification, and discussing the many advantages of structured meshing. 

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The Simulation Industry Has Spoken...Envenio Responds.

Earlier this month, we explored an insightful article by CFD Engine in which 12 industry experts shared their views and opinions of the CFD industry. The experts highlighted areas where innovation is currently being restricted and engineers are being held back. The responses are extremely useful for a CFD software vendor such as ourselves, raising valid points from the 'front line' of simulation.

We selected a few of the key themes highlighted by the article, and explained how we're tackling these limitations through workable, affordable, and accessible solutions via our cloud-based, on-demand CFD platform, EXN/Aero.

Click here to read this article. 


HPC Trends...How CFD Must Be Proactive NOT Reactive.

A range of industry trends and adaptations in high performance computing (HPC) reflect both technological advances and consumer demand. With cost, performance, and accessibility driving these trends, the CFD community must adopt an open minded approach, fully tracking HPC advances.

The reactive approach taken over recent years (ever-increasing hardware etc) is simply unsustainable, and CFD vendors must look to methods such as the cloud, acceleration, and a manycore mindset to retain future innovation.

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From The Newsroom

Meshing Challenges From The CFD Vendor Perspective (Another Fine Mesh)

John Chawner of Pointwise highlighted this brilliant article from the Q3 issue of The Connector. This article discusses important topics for the mesh generation community, relating to the requirements highlighted in NASA's 2030 Study. Click here to read this article.

Voting Opened For The HPC Wire Readers' Choice Awards (HPCWire)

Polls opened for the HPCWire Readers' Choice Awards this month, and voting is well underway. The announcement and final presentation of these prestigious and highly anticipated awards will take place live during SC ’17 in Denver, CO. Click here to find out more.

Engineering The World's Grandest Architectural Projects (The Engineer)

UK firm Newtecnic is using engineering know-how to turn architectural dreams into reality, highlighted in this fascinating article. Click here to read this article.

CFD Helped To Set A World Speed Record (The Autochannel)

CFD was used to redesign the wings of a P-51 Mustang so that it could set a world speed record for a piston-powered aircraft, 531 mph. Click here to read this article.


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2017-10-2 | Categories: CFD, simulations, HPC

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