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Posts tagged with 'What-If'

22 Jun, 2010

Zero to 60 ... in 8 weeks?

Posted by Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye I admit it. I’m a petrol-head and so are the guys around the office. We watch Top Gear and Fifth Gear and come to work abuzz about the latest car news (and the stunts).  So when I heard about a new race car design that was completed in 8 weeks, I was pretty excited. I thought these things took much longer than that! The CEEMO Engineering concept car in action. Image courtesy of Voxdale. CEEMO Engineering … Read More

Automotive Design, car chassis, aerodynamic, What-If, concept car, Design Engineer

9 Jul, 2009

It’s Magic

Posted by Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Arthur C. Clark I’ve often called mechanical engineers magicians because whenever I listen to them speak about what they do the only thing that comes to mind is magic. Much like the first time I looked at Engineering Fluid Dynamics (EFD). EFD is a different breed of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software. EFD shares the same … Read More

Seamless Integration, Rectangular Adaptive Mesh, Transitional, Fluid Flow, CFD, Turbulent, Convergence, Laminar, What-If, Cloning

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