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The latest version of Fine Marine is out, and I'd like to share some of its main highlights. The modeling capabilities of multi-domain projects have been extended, enabling initialization of the fluid properties and independently defining the initial location of the free surface for each domain in the project. The C-Wizard can now automatically set up a matrix of computations with cavitation and/or transition. This extended application is available in batch mode and is aimed specifically at foil simulations. READ MORE
Hi, I’m Joshua Strodtbeck, and I’m a Product Management Director at Cadence Design Systems and I do product management for Fidelity CFD. I first dipped my toes in industrial CFD at Rolls-Royce in 2006, when I did an LES simulation as an intern, and I’ve been growing professionally in this space ever since. READ MORE
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought into sharp focus the need to understand the transmission mechanisms of respiratory viruses. Understanding these mechanisms requires studying three broad fronts: identifying virus transmission paths, learning how the virus circulates, and experimentally validating these transmission and circulation models. Before the spread of COVID-19, in preparation for an anticipated influenza pandemic, the scientific community had already shown that the short-range aerosol route is an important, though often neglected, virus transmission path. READ MORE
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Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) modeling is a fundamental step in the design process of turbomachinery. Highly variable pressure and temperature gradients affect not only efficiency and performance but also the structural integrity of blades. In this CadenceTECHTALK, we introduce Fidelity’s FSI simulation capabilities, describe how geometry deformation can be modeled, and explain its effect on the fluid field. REGISTER TODAY
Join us for Cadence CFD Technology Day, where we will discuss the latest advancements in high-fidelity solutions for turbomachinery technology, including challenges, benefits and best practices. In this in-person full-day seminar, you will have the opportunity to hear from Cadence CFD experts from Belgium and the USA. Also, take advantage of this unique opportunity to discuss technology, roadmap, and use cases with other experts in the field. REGISTER TODAY
Join us for Cadence CFD Technology Day, where we will discuss the latest advancements in high-fidelity solutions for automotive technology, including challenges, benefits and best practices. In this in-person full-day seminar, you will have the opportunity to hear from Cadence CFD experts from Belgium and the USA. Also, take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet and discuss technology, roadmap, and use cases with other experts in the field. REGISTER TODAY
CadenceCONNECT CFD will be held on April 19 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. The event will feature presentations from your industry colleagues that will offer solutions for today’s fluids analysis challenges that impact the design and development of tomorrow’s products. REGISTER TODAY
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