Latest Computational fluid dynamics Stories

Sequoia Passes One Million Cores
2013-01-28 19:36:35

Peter Suciu for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online The most advanced gaming PCs rely on quad-core processors, but that pales to what researchers at Stanford's Engineering Center for Turbulence Research (CTR) have created with a new record in computational science. The Stanford researchers successfully used a supercomputer with more than one million computing cores to solve a complex fluid dynamics problem; that being the prediction of noise generated by a supersonic jet engine....

2013-01-18 23:00:47

Donald Riedeberger´s dolphin simulation won the 2013 competition. New York, NY (PRWEB) January 18, 2013 CD-adapco is pleased to announce Donald Riedeberger of University of Stuttgart as the winner of the 2013 CAE Post Processing Contest for his image of a dolphin. Riedeberger submitted the image which shows off laminar-turbulent transition on a common dolphin at 1 m/s and 1 % turbulence intensity. For the seventh year running, the competition has given users of CD-adapco software the...

2011-12-21 11:48:27

Chen leverages Ohio Supercomputer Center resources to refine TURBO For most of us, the word "turbomachinery" may conjure up images of superheroes or fast exotic cars, but in reality most people leverage turbomachinery to get things done nearly every day. Turbomachinery — pumps, fans, compressors, turbines and other machines that transfer energy between a rotor and a fluid — is especially instrumental in power generation in the aeronautic, automotive, marine, space and...

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