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It’s the last show of Season 04 (time flies when you’re podcasting) & Simon & I are back chatting about the most recent shows, the season just gone & our thoughts/plans for 2020:- Simon reveals his ultra-personalised, CFD-powered, custom surfboard & custom wave idea #futurist 🤓- Cloud HPC experiences including: - AWS ParallelCluster - https://aws.a…
 
Time for the last insight episode of the season - I hope you've enjoyed them as much as I enjoyed doing them? In today's episode I had the pleasure of talking to Riccardo Rossi about combining his experience in fluid dynamics research with his passion for surfing and the intricacies of applying CFD to the design of surfboards. We barely scratch the…
 
I've wanted to have a guest on the show to chat about artificial intelligence & machine learning in relation to CFD for a while now. It keeps coming up in other discussions but this is the first founder interview where I get to scratch the surface of this huge topic. Today I’m talking to Lieven Vervecken one of the founders of Belgian CFD startup D…
 
It’s the last episode of 2019 & we’re introducing a new section of the show called “grumpy old CFDistas get a bit bah humbug about stuff” which may not become a regular feature. Some of the things on our radar this episode include… • Cybertruck simulations on LinkedIn • In awe of Patrick’s CFD skills & PreonLab’s renderings • the “importance” of ae…
 
In today’s episode we welcome back previous guest, friend of the show and all-round CFD expert, Patrick Hanley. The last time Patrick was on the show we spoke about his experience as an independent CFD software vendor. This time we’re hearing about his adventures designing “flying cars” as part of the mobility startup Terrafugia. We cover a lot of …
 
Today I’m chatting with Jens Cornelis, one of the founders of FIFTY2 Technology – CFD software developers based in Freiburg, Germany & home to the particle-based CFD code PreonLab. Jens shares some of the story of FIFTY2 Technology & the development of what became PreonLab, including: • why PreonLab is about more than just pretty pictures (but boy,…
 
Simon & I celebrate 50 episodes of this podcast, share our thoughts on the last 2 shows & disappear down a few tangential rabbit holes. It’s just your typical social episode really, including: • getting it done - having ideas & then executing on them (even without a coffee boost) • different ways to make CFD more accessible (AirShaper & Discovery L…
 
In our third insight episode, Kurt Smithgall, formally of S20 Design, takes us into the fast-flowing world of whitewater-park design or, to borrow a phrase from Kurt - “recreational hydraulics.” Kurt gives us an insight into how CFD is helping in the design of whitewater parks & some of the challenges therein - including: • mitigating the risk of b…
 
You may have noticed that I’m a big fan of doing CFD in the cloud & a big fan of interesting CFD companies, so today’s interview is a particular favourite. I’m talking with Wouter Remmerie, founder of AirShaper a cloud CFD platform aiming to make aerodynamic analysis more accessible & affordable. Wouter shares his experiences, thoughts & stories on…
 
In this week’s round of CFD pub chat Simon & I share our takeaways from the recent episodes, plus what we’ve been up to since last time, including (but not limited to): • fancy optimisation stuff • going (or not going) to conferences • sharing your work & secret customers 🤫 • plus, we solve the cloud vs. in-house debate ☑️ Links to things we mentio…
 
In the second of our "insights" series Brian Willis, of specialist engineering consultancy Astrimar, is taking us deep into the world of CFD for oil & gas. Not deep into the technicals, but deep under the ocean & into the mud. Hold onto to your headphones, we’re going downhole for a spot of plugging & abandonment. Brian gives us a flavour of what C…
 
You wait around for a CFD consultant interview & then two come along at once. This is the second “founder” interview of the season & the second CFD consultant - duff scheduling, my bad. Today I’m chatting with James Linfield, one half of the dynamic duo behind Navier Flow Consultants – a (relatively) new CFD consultancy based in Nottingham, UK. Jam…
 
🎉 We’re Back 🎉 It's time for another a round of "social" episodes. In this season, Simon & I will be discussing our takeaways from the latest interviews, sharing cool CFD-things we’ve seen on the internets & generally shooting the CFD-breeze. It's the kind of conversation you might have in the pub with your fellow CFD-nerds - if you're not too busy…
 
This is the first of our new style of shows where I talk to CFD practitioners / experts / “those that do” to find out what CFD looks like in their world. We typically start these episodes with an overview of how CFD gets used in their industry, then zero in on some of the uniquely challenging aspects and dig a little deeper. In this show I’m talkin…
 
It’s the first episode of Season 04 & we’re back with the usual problem - how to condense 25+ years experience running a simulation business into a single episode. We fail (as usual) but it still makes for an interesting show.In this episode I’m talking with Eric Miller, one of founding team of PADT – an expert simulation consultancy which first op…
 
Someone once described these episodes as Simon and I "noodling it out" - you get to listen to us working through our thoughts and (hopefully) coming to some conclusions or at least giving you something to think about. And that description probably best fits this episode. We started out with a provocative-ish question, left over from the NAFEMS epis…
 
We don't get out much. So when one of us does manage to break away from our workstation and get to a conference, it's worth talking about. Simon gives us the lowdown from the NAFEMS UK conference including his key takeaways, what themes stood out & what was missing. Question of the day "which conferences are worth getting out of the office for and …
 
In this episode we break down some of the NASA CFD Vision 2030 document, to see if our vision of CFD in 2030 looks anything like NASA's (spoiler alert - not so much ;-). We pick out some of what we feel are the most important topics & put them in context of where we (Simon & I - not the industry as a whole) are now & where we think they're going. P…
 
We've still got our head in the the clouds this week, covering some of the topics we didn't touch in the last episode. Including –but not limited to– addressing your cloud security concerns by having a cloud-in-a-box delivered to your front door (not exactly elastic computing). The data transfer conundrum & why I think that you need to think a litt…
 
We could talk about cloud CFD until the cows come home (& we did) so we've split this topic in two. In this first part, we start by trying to answer the question - what do we even mean by "cloud?" - before going on to elaborate on some of the differences between doing CFD in the cloud and in-house. Simon picks me up on why I think "bursting into th…
 
This second instalment of the Social can only be described as a fanboy-episode. Simon & I coo over ParaView whilst discussing post-processing in general. We touch on what we need from a post-pro package, how we do our post-pro & why we're so fond of ParaView. I guess the question of the episode is - "when an open-source package is this good, why ev…
 
Not your usual Talking CFD episodes & definitely not an interview. Rather it's a series of conversations between two friends who’ve both been CFD-ing for a while & take an interest in what’s been, what’s what & what’s to come in CFD. Topics vary from show to show, but over the course of a few episodes we’re likely to give our take on (amongst other…
 
It’s always a pleasure to talk to a guest that has been at the top of our industry long enough to help shape how it looks today. Professor Charles Hirsch founded NUMECA 25 years ago, and has grown it into one of the pillars of commercial CFD, particularly in the maritime sector. It’s difficult to distil 25 years into a 30-minute interview, so we do…
 
In this episode I’m joined by Sebastian Desand & Johan Hoffman, two of the founding team behind Ingrid Cloud. If you haven’t yet crossed paths with Ingrid Cloud, it’s an innovative new cloud CFD platform that’s driving towards CFD without manual intervention. We talk briefly about the technology & the platform (it was very new when we recorded this…
 
It's always good for me to speak to other CFD consultants. It's an opportunity to compare notes & to make sure that I'm not missing out on a "magic bullet" that no one told me about. Today I'm talking to Stewart Bible of Resolved Analytics about how he built a CFD consultancy, sold it & then built another one. We chat about: • the acquisition proce…
 
I enjoy all the interviews, but I particularly enjoyed this one — part-business, part-history lesson, in a good way. I’m joined by Eugene de Villiers to talk about the company he co-founded – Engys. Alongside discussing Engys, it’s products and services, we also dig into the wider world of OpenFOAM, including: • Some of the early history, before FO…
 
This episode is both, the second GPU-related show of the season, and also a cloud simulation episode. The company on today’s show is innovating on both those fronts with their GPU CFD code and their cloud simulation platform. Today I’m talking with three of the key people behind the Bristol-based, CFD innovators —Zenotech— Jamil Appa (co-founder), …
 
No season of this podcast would be complete without one or two OpenFOAM-related episodes, so here we are. I’m talking with Luboš Pirkl, one of the co-founders of CFD Support, a multi-faceted CFD company based in Prague, Czech Republic. We dive into some of the usual stuff that comes up when we talk OpenFOAM, but Luboš also gives us some extra insig…
 
New Episode – New Tech. In this one we're looking at the move towards GPUs for compute & talking with Envenio - one of the companies looking to take maximum advantage of this emerging hardware trend for better CFD. I’m not super-familiar with what you can (and can’t) do with a GPU in a CFD context - so forgive me if I ask some 101-level questions. …
 
In this episode I'm joined by Bartosz Górecki and Wojciech Regulski, two of the founders of QuickerSim, a Warsaw-based company behind the MATLAB CFD toolbox of the same name. We talk about their experiences as part of a startup accelerator — including a few tips for getting those all-important early sales. The "plate-juggling act" that is, starting…
 
This episode is another departure from our regular interview shows. Today I'm joined by a panel of 5 guests who kindly shed some light on a few of the issues facing women in CFD. Our expert panel includes Chris Wolfe, Althea de Souza, Aniko Rakai, Irena Juretić and Elisabeth McLean. Between them they cover a breadth and depth of experiences in CFD,…
 
This is a talk I gave at last year's ESI OpenFOAM conference which focussed on the OpenFOAM-related guests that have been on the show & my key takeaways from talking to them. It also gives a bit of background to why & how the podcast came about in the first place. The interviewees in question include Franjo Juretić (Creative Fields), Karim Fahssis …
 
Season 03 is go - back with 9 new interviews, at least one roundtable, a couple of bonus episodes & our newly-rebooted informal show, Talking CFD Social. Loads of stuff to perk up your commute, yard work or anywhere else you might want some CFD in your earbuds. Don't forget to hit subscribe wherever you get your podcasts & join the conversation hap…
 
It’s the last episode of this season & we’ve covered some ground in those 10 episodes. Both in terms of the types of CFD we’ve featured & the countries we’ve touched. So I’m pleased to round out the season with a combination of the two. I’m joined by Joana Bretz, founder of CINAR Brazil, a consultancy that uses specialist CFD to solve some pretty c…
 
Today we’re talking about an integral part of most CFD processes that often get’s ignored. It comes before we start our CFD process, yet often has a huge impact on that process — CAD. I’m chatting with Mark Gammon, Technical Director of the Cambridge office of ITI & one of the team behind their software package CADfix (the clue is in the name). Mar…
 
This is one of those end-of-season "different" episodes where we aren’t talking about the CFD business. We’re discussing NAFEMS, a not-for-profit organisation working to benefit simulation professionals worldwide.I chat with Althea de Souza, long-time NAFEMS member, chair of the CFD working group & commissioning editor for their quarterly magazine,…
 
In this episode, I’m talking with Sandip Jadhav, one of the founders CCTech - the team behind a host of CFD-related projects. We couldn’t do them all justice, so we focused on two of their more well-known projects, Simulation Hub (a cloud CFD platform with a difference) & LearnCAx (a free, online learning resource for CFD). We chat about: • why the…
 
I managed to find another Robin to talk CFD with today. Robin Bornoff has been with Mentor Graphics (& Flomerics before that) for 20+ years, focussed on delivering “good science to engineers. We're talking all about democratisation & appification in CFD. We cover:• why calling niche CFD tools “apps” might be doing them a disservice & whether CFD to…
 
I'm joined in this episode by Mark Seymour, one of the founding team behind Future Facilities, a CFD company focused on the data centre & electronics cooling sectors. In addition to the origins, focus and growth of the company, we get to talk about Mark's role as the Chief Technical Officer (CTO) & what that entails in a modern CFD company. We disc…
 
Today is the first episode with 2 guests — Darrin Stephens & Chris Sideroff — business partners in Applied CCM, based in Australia & Canada respectively. Whilst Applied CCM have several CFD-related activities, this interview is essentially all about Caelus, their CFD software derived from OpenFOAM®. I really wanted to take this opportunity to dig i…
 
In this episode I’m joined by Franjo Juretić, one of the founders of Creative Fields & the primary developer behind their CFD meshing toolkit - cfMesh. Franjo & I discuss how a part-time project, that would only take a couple months to finish, turned into a 13+ year journey. Along the way we cover: * how they use a freely-available, open-source pro…
 
In this episode I’m talking with Nicolas Tonello of Renuda about running a successful CFD consultancy / development / training business. We also open the box on Code_Saturne - an open-source CFD software that you may not know too much about. Nicolas & I chat about: • why being independent is so important to them & how it benefits their clients; • h…
 
Today I’m talking with Kelly Senecal, one of the founding team behind Convergent Science. He tells me about how the days spent hand-crafting meshes led to them to develop CONVERGE CFD - a CFD package which automagically handles meshing for you. Kelly & I discuss:​ • how they get along fine without a company president; • how CONVERGE was almost open…
 
Talking CFD Season 02 is almost here - 10 more interviews with the people behind some of today's most interesting CFD businesses & a couple of new things to watch out for: Check out: • http://www.talkingcfd.com/social – for the new live video CFD social • http://www.talkingcfd.com/fb – for the new listener Facebook group…
 
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