This week, guest Aaron Sarafinas, Principal of Sarafinas Process & Mixing Consulting LLC, joins John to discuss one loaded question: “Will CFD or some CFD parallels ever replace experiment, and in an increasingly digitized world, what’s the role of experiment?”
This week, guest Eric Janz, Faculty of Practice at University of Dayton Innovation Center, joins John to discuss his experience with CFD and address a frequently asked question: Do you need a Ph.D. to run information from a CFD simulation?
This week, guest Johannes Wutz from M-Star Center Europe GmbH joins John to discuss turbulence modeling.
This week, guest Kevin Smith, M-Star’s Director of Software Development, joins John to discuss computational fluid dynamics in the cloud.
This week, guest Brian DeVincentis, M-Star’s Lead Algorithm Developer, joins John to discuss the question, “What’s the big deal about GPU computing?”
M-Star President John Thomas talks about the problems with traditional CFD software – and what’s possible today with modern tools.
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When other experimental approaches are too limited to effectively predict a fluid process, engineers can create a CFD digital twin. Here are four steps to get started.
In this blog, we discuss the benefits, evolution and key features of CFD software.
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