Lift and Drag

Written by Radu Crahmaliuc on August 8, 2017

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

Written by Akrem Mouffouk on July 19, 2017

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

Written by Niklas Pfeiffer on July 19, 2017

No standardized parts, unlimited airfoils, and big building spaces allow unique designs in Formula Student aerodynamics. Read...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on July 4, 2017

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

Written by Enrique Martín López on June 21, 2017

Vehicle designers, no matter if they specialize in motorsport cars, trucks, common vehicles or even motorbikes, have to fight...

Written by Ajay Harish on October 21, 2016

Formula One is an exciting sport and has a strong following. An F1 car in itself is a marvel of mechanical engineering. On a...

Written by Maciej Kaczmarczyk on June 25, 2016

Due to the large number of students using SimScale, I thought it would be interesting to start a series of simple simulations...

Written by Agata on June 11, 2015

In the past, SimScale hosted a Formula 1 Aerodynamics Workshop series, where we conceptualized and simulated an F1 race car. The...

Written by Tim Willeford on May 12, 2015

In an older Formula 1 workshop organized by SimScale, we conceptualized and simulated an F1 car. In the first week of the...

Written by Milad Mafi on July 7, 2014

Today we want to demonstrate some aerodynamics post-processing operations with ParaView on a local computer. This should help you...

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