Workstation for CFD

February 18, 2019 ivanrips 0

I write this entry because I have received several questions about it. Many students, engineers and researchers have consulted me about the necessary computer (processor and graphics card) to develop simulations using ANSYS or OpenFOAM. […]



November 5, 2018 ivanrips 0

Some time ago they asked me: Ansys is better than OpenFOAM?
Certainly, the question has no handle, I have always believed that all software is good (considering that they have the same simulation capabilities) and those who are wrong are us, the users. […]


NACA Airfoil

May 16, 2017 ivanrips 0

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics airfoils Source: NASA During the late 1920s and into the 1930s, the NACA developed a series of thoroughly tested airfoils and devised a numerical designation for each airfoil — a four […]


Fluid Mechanics Courses

October 10, 2016 ivanrips 0

Fluid Mechanics Courses Any student or professional use or are interested in learning a CFD software must first understand how it works the black box, here we will share interesting videos about the theory of […]


CFD Beginners – What is CFD?

May 19, 2016 ivanrips 0

What is CFD? Computational fluid dynamics is an important part of fluid mechanics that deals with the study and analysis of the behavior of fluids and their parameters by using numerical schemes that are processed […]