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It's a Global Recharge Day here at Cadence so why not get recharged by keeping up with the latest news in CFD?
For those of you who are readers, there are several good reads this week. (You'll have to click through for the links.)
For those of you who are car fanatics (I am most definitely not), there are application articles about everything from a Hyundai to a Porsche a Ferrari and an F-1 car. (No ranking implied.)
Plus all the other CFD news including software releases, events, AI/ML, and quantum computing.
The flowfield around a notional NASA hypersonic glide vehicle designed in 1968 was computed by Corvid Technologies of North Carolina using its RavenCFD flow solver. A slice through the flowfield shows the mesh on which the simulation was computed, generated with the Pointwise meshing software. The colors indicate the flow’s Mach number (red is low, purple is high) in this visualization made in the FieldView software. This image was used in Aerospace America in June 2020 for the article Missile Gap.
For all the goodness, see This Week in CFD #440 at Another Fine Mesh.