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Happy New Year and welcome to the first post of 2023 when we look back at what's been happening here at Cadence Fidelity CFD.
For the December post of the Women in CFD series, we have Fanny Besem-Cordova, principal application engineer at Cadence, to inspire us through her career journey. She is a woman with multiple talents and a great role model for those who aspire to excel at both work and co-curricular activities. Read our conversation below to know more about Fanny and her journey in the world of CFD. Read more.
LMG Marin is a naval architecture design and engineering office working on commercial ships, such as ferries, tankers, tugs, and catamarans. The role CFD plays in their processes has grown considerably over the years, and it has replaced towing tank tests in most of their designs. In this webinar, LMG Marin demonstrates how they use Fine Marine at different stages in their design workflow. WATCH NOW
It is challenging to assess the error introduced by the grid for an arbitrary case because of the complexity of the dynamics inherent in solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations. The convective derivative in the Navier-Stokes equations seems a fitting candidate to begin with when examining the effects of the grid (due to its non-linear nature). For this study, a passive scalar advection case is considered, and an advection-only solver is employed. This work demonstrates baseline discrepancies between grid types for a given solver, with the understanding that more sophisticated algorithms may improve the quality of the solution, but the trends will remain the same. Read more.
Are you driving design change or feel you’ve overcome challenges that could impact the future of CFD? CadenceLIVE offers you an opportunity to tell your story. Showcase your expertise and offer tips to address the complexities and challenges engineers face today. CadenceLIVE Silicon Valley 2023 will be held on April 19-20 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. It features peer presentations that offer solutions for today’s design challenges that will impact tomorrow’s products. Abstracts are due 31 January for your presentation. Learn more.
Coming soon! We plan to co-locate a CadenceCONNECT CFD event at CadenceLIVE to bring all CFD participants together to amplify Fidelity CFD. Details coming soon.
This year’s AIAA SciTech Forum is January 23-27, 2023, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland, just outside Washington, DC. Cadence will have staff at the conference presenting papers in technical sessions, demonstrating software, and answering technical questions at our booth #511. We look forward to speaking with you about CFD. Learn more.
Learn to navigate between the contexts of the Fidelity workflow and understand the main actions conducted in each context. We will also describe the different views in the turbo template interface. Watch now.
Simplify your CAE analysis setup by assigning volume conditions directly in Fidelity Pointwise. Watch now.
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