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Welcome to the weekend. It's time for This Week in CFD, all the CFD news that I had time to write about this morning.
Digital Engineering ran a very interesting article on the use of free, open-source software for CAE with pros and cons relative to proprietary solutions. There's something here for everyone to disagree with, so please read and comment.
Our friends at Intelligent Light introduced a new software product, Kombyne, that addresses the need cited in NASA's CFD Vision 2030 Study for improved methods for extracting engineering knowledge from terabytes of simulation data. Kombyne is a SaaS solution that provides for in-situ and in-transit processing of simulation data among other capabilities.
This simulation of s ship's propellers was computed using FINE/Marine from Cadence.
For those of you seeking new opportunities, there are several open positions in the CFD world including several at Cadence in both CFD and meshing.
All this and much more in This Week in CFD on Another Fine Mesh.