Quality Assurance (QA) in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is becoming ever more critical as industry adopts simulation based product development at increasing rates. Here we discuss the three pillars of a sound QA program: Software Reliability, User Knowhow, and Protocols.Read More
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Deaerators present an obvious challenge to CFD technology due to the complex interactions between steam, water and surrounding air.Read More
Co-sourcing is increasingly recognized as the most efficient means of building specialist teams able to handle complex, engineering projects. Here we explore the cost savings associated with co-sourcing CFD simulation workloads.Read More
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is being increasingly used in design of server rooms and data centers in order to improve reliability and increase energy efficiency. Engineers are gravitating to CFD because it allows for evaluating and improving air flow management strategies without having to build or install a prototype. You can learn more by accessing our interactive white paper.Read More
In this series of posts we will teach the methodology behind genetic algorithm driven design optimization, using the simple example of maximizing the trajectory of a trebuchet launched projectile.
To help unravel the mystery of flying reindeer, we have performed a not-so-very-rigorous Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) based engineering analysis of a fully-coupled reindeer-sled system.Read More
Computational engineering and simulation tools, coupled with high-performance computing (HPC), offer an extraordinary opportunity for users to design better products, reduce time to market, streamline manufacturing, lower the cost of innovation and develop next-generation technologies that may otherwise be impossible.Read More
Why does a football continuously pitch to stay in-line with its path of flight when it should remain at its original angle of rotation? Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) provides a modern approach to answering these questions and more.Read More