Download Orange massless particle is easily diverted by forces. Red massed particle has more momentum. Blue particle’s heavy mass keeps it on a more steady trajectory.
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The 2011 user meeting for Flow3D from Flow Science was held last week in Santa Fe. And CEI dove into the action with a presentation by Kevin Colburn covering the features most suitable to users of Flow3D. You can watch the presentation below. (check back soon for narration/audio)
The Vetter-Sturtevant shocktube experiments: – Two gases, air and SF6, initially separated by a membrane inside a tube, are mixed by the passage of a strong shock through the interface between them. – Used as a test of our continuous adaptive mesh refinement code RAGE. How can you compare different 3D simulations of these experiments? […]
CEI will have a table and be presenting at the Gompute User Meeting (formerly called SIMDI) in Gothenburg Sweden on 28th and 29th of September. http://www.simdi.se/
This is a wind turbine simulation visualized with EnSight.