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The System Analysis Knowledge Bytes blog series explores the capabilities and potential of the System Analysis tools offered by Cadence®. In addition to providing insight into the useful features and enhancements in this area, this series aims to broadcast the views of different bloggers and experts, who share their knowledge and experience on all things related to System Analysis.
Welcome to August’s roundup from the world of Cadence Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). We’ve spent the last few weeks tracking and collating the major developments in this area so please sit back, relax, and read on.
Here are some exciting CFD events that have taken place over the last few weeks:
John Chawner gives you the lowdown on the virtual meeting and our entry for the meshing contest in Welcome to... Our Meshing Roundtable Poster.
You can find more details about the conference and a link to Travis Carrigan's presentation in Cadence CFD at the SU2 Conference 2021.
As always, the CFD blogging space was buzzing with activity. Here's a complete list of CFD blogs published recently:
Click the links below to get the weekly coverage of the CFD news and events:
Yannick Baux discusses how Cadence Omnis, with its breadth of CFD technology behind it, solves the most complex fluid flow challenges for automotive design, while at the same time reducing engineering and solving time in a fully streamlined easy-to-use collaborative workflow. You can read up on all the amazing things you can accomplish using Omnis at https://www.numeca.com/omnis.
Anne-Marie Schelkens explains how engineers at CRAFT Tech used the automated meshing tools provided by Cadence to create an aerodynamically optimized leading-edge design for the big-wave board that increases speed and stability for the surfer and can make a world of difference between riding the wave and being consumed by it!
Anne-Marie Schelkens talks about how DAMEN, in partnership with NUMECA, developed a CFD methodology that can be used for the determination of wind loads on model ships without the need for expensive wind tunnel experiments. This blog post also has links to the results of the validation campaign, as well as to a video demonstration.
John Chawner presents an update on AIAA's CFD Vision 2030 roadmap, along with the 2020 status, progress, and challenges. You can also download the 2020 report using the link provided in the blog.
Anne-Marie Schelkens talks about how Pipistrel used Omnis/Open solvers and the Omnis/Hexpress grid generator for the aerodynamic simulation of DEP systems and the validation of low-noise technologies.
You now have an opportunity to receive our Pointwise Meshing Foundations course for free. All you have to do is to sign up for a free trial.
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