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The CFL Condition and How to Choose Your Timestep Size

Written by: Guilherme Caminha on 29 August, 2017

The Courant–Friedrichs–Lewy or CFL condition is a condition for the stability of unstable numerical methods that...

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Air Conditioning Design Validation with CFD

Written by: Anastasia Churazova on 18 August, 2017

As an HVAC engineer, you routinely go through the process of analyzing the designs being forwarded to you from the...

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Truck Design: 3 CFD Simulations for Improving Aerodynamics

Written by: Radu Crahmaliuc on 8 August, 2017

Truck design is an area where engineering simulation can be used extensively. Performed for virtually testing different...

Optimizing Ventilation System Design with CFD

Written by: Anastasia Churazova on 21 July, 2017

Why You Should Care About Flow Simulation The cost and performance of any physical product are generally determined quite...

bike aerodynamics

Bike Aerodynamics Simulation — Reducing Cyclist Drag by 30%

Written by: Akrem Mouffouk on 19 July, 2017

Bike aerodynamics is considered to be one of the most complex applications in aerodynamics not only because of the bluff...

Formula Student aerodynamics

Formula Student Aerodynamics — Growing Wings with CFD

Written by: Niklas Pfeiffer on 19 July, 2017

There aren´t many things Formula One aerodynamicists get jealous of. But one of those rare things is definitively...

aerodynamics of cycling

Aerodynamics of Cycling Explained Through CFD

Written by: Anastasia Churazova on 4 July, 2017

The aerodynamics of cycling have preoccupied bicycle designers and riders alike since the early part of this century....

Raymond Wang CFD engineer

How a 17-Year-Old Revolutionized Airplane Cabin Ventilation with CFD

Written by: Anastasia Churazova on 12 June, 2017

Two years ago, Raymond Wang, a 17-year-old Canadian student, and aspiring CFD engineer, won the top prize at the...

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