Obviously, the doomsday didn’t come. It proves again it is hard to predicate what will happen when you don’t have sufficient knowledge of how the system works now. Maybe it is just a bug in Mayan’s calendar (Google also forgot to put December in People App in Android 4.2 (aka Jelly Bean 4.2) last November).
Predicting the future of CFD is similar to weather forecasting, maybe just like Mayan’s Apocalypse.
But this does not stop us from expecting a new prediction, just like you check the weather forecast before travel.
As my first degree is meteorology related, please do not expect the prediction is more accurate than weather forecasting for the next 365 days.
#1. Automated meshing: a classical fairy tale continues
Fairy tales always have listeners, and of course, tellers as well. When you are young, you are listeners; when you are older, you may gradually become a teller. What has not been changed is the story.
Automated meshing is such a classic fairy tale in CFD industry.
Meshing is always one of the most challenging tasks for most real-world CFD problems (I am not talking about flow over an infinite plate). Automated mesh generation is the dream … Read the rest “CFD in 2013: what will change? what will not”