The theme for this month's newsletter is seeing the invisible. Whether you want to better see your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) results, or you want to see the airflow around your vehicle in full technicolor, then this is the newsletter for you. OK, the vehicle thing, with Colorful Fluid Dynamic Paint was an April Fools' joke, but you already knew that, right?
What do truck design, rules for fluid dynamics, and a Caedium sneak peek all have in common? You guessed it, they are all topics covered in this month's newsletter. So enough from me, over to you and away you go.
CFD Simulation of the Airflow Around a Traditional US TruckGeometry courtesy of Nectar Design
We have a full-on, action packed newsletter for you this month. If you are a Small-to-Medium-sized Business (SMB), then we have an article just for you to take all the mystery and pain out of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). If you are ready to CFD, then learn 5 ways Caedium can help you. If you want your CFD results faster, then find out how best to configure your CFD simulation results.
2015 is over, but before we blast full steam ahead with 2016 it’s review time. Did any Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) goodness slip past you in 2015? If so, fear not, we have a couple of review articles conveniently grouped into lessons and simulations just for you.
'Tis the holiday season once again. Are you looking to share your fondness of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) with others? Then have I got a great idea for you - CFD themed gifts! You can use mine that I made earlier or you can create your own. Now, get started creating those knockout, gift-ready CFD images with some guidance for your geometry, meshing, and physics setup. All that's left for me then is to sign off on 2015 wishing you all the best for the holidays and the New Year.
This month is the month for you to give Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) a go. There has never been a better time to benefit from CFD, so find out why the time is now for your own DIY CFD projects. Then, for a taste of something technical, see why CFDers prefer analytic geometry over faceted geometry.
Dust Collector CFD SimulationStreamlines For DIY Cyclone
A couple of Caedium how-tos are our feature presentations for you this month. Learn how to control your mesh with the Accuracy Tool and how to control the run-time behavior of your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation using the Simulation Control Toolbar.
The theme for this month's newsletter is spinning paper wings. Let Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) be your guide as we progress from a simple spinning paper sheet to a tumblewing, and finish up with a control method (walkalong) for a tumblewing.
CFD Simulation of a Walkalong TumblewingVelocity vectors at 90 degrees
You've heard that Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) might be able to help with your fluid dynamics application, but you are unsure how to proceed. Then fear not, we've got you covered this month with articles on how to get started with CFD and clarifications on our Caedium CFD offering. Also, see whether CFD has a role in drone design.
Summer's here at Symscape HQ and therefore it's Tour de France time, so find out why cycling has gone all in on aero. Unrelated - but an important issue - do you know why Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) can be so costly? If not, learn more about the role of technical support. Then to finish up with even more fun than last month, see how Caedium simulated the flow through the pipe networks from a classic screensaver of yesteryear.