Reports, publications, and miscellaneous
White papers and presentations:
Open source for engineering applications - Presented by Joel Guerrero at MecSPE - Parma, 27th-29th March 2014
CFD per tutti? - Presented by Matteo Bargiacchi at MecSPE - Parma, 27th-29th March 2014
An open-source framework for multi-physics simulations, design space exploration and design optimization - Presented by Joel Guerrero at the 10th OpenFOAM Workshop, June 29th-July 1st, 2014
Video presentation: An open-source framework for multi-physics simulations, design space exploration and design optimization - Seminar given by Joel Guerrero at Tartu University, Institute of Computer Science, May 20th, 2015, Estonia
Visual storytelling and data visualization in numerical simulations - Interactive data visualization dashboards available in the following link https://wolfdynamics.github.io/p1- Presented by Joel Guerrero, 2015
Design of experiments, space exploration, and numerical optimization using Dakota and OpenFOAM® - Training session presented by Joel Guerrero during the 11th OpenFOAM workshop held in Portugal on June 26th-28th, 2016.
Visual storytelling and data visualization in numerical simulations - Presented by Joel Guerrero during the 11th OpenFOAM workshop held in Portugal on June 26th-28th, 2016.
Phil Roe - Colorful Fluid Dynamics - behind the scenes
Four Decades of CFD: Looking Back and Moving Forward - A symposium celebrating the careers of Jameson, Roe and van Leer
Commercial CFD origins - CD-adapco and David Gosman
The Emergence of CFD at Imperial College: A Personal Perspective - Akshai Runchal, PhD, ACRi, Inc.
Common Misconceptions in Aerodynamics - Doug McLean
Origins of the Commercial CFD Industry - Symscape-Richard Smith blog entry
CFD Vision 2030 Study: A Path to Revolutionary Computational Aerosciences - NASA Report
Adjoint Equations in Stability Analysis - A review of some developments in the use of adjoint equations in hydrodynamic stability theory by Alessandro Bottaro and Paolo Luchini
Computational Fluid Dynamics Past, Present and Future. Antony Jameson