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Flow visualisation of a cavitating hydrofoil as part of a preliminary test validation study for a large numerical and physical research project.

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OpenFOAM v1906 Release WebinarJune 25, 2019

With the v1906 release of OpenFOAM due any day now the ESI Group and OpenCFD have just announced the date of the release and features webinar to accompany the code release. The friendliest time for Australian audiences would be: 6pm, 16th July 2019. The event is free but pre-registration is mandatory.

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PAM Training at Swinburne UniversityMay 03, 2019

Thanks to Jimmy Thomas and his students for hosting Bruce, Allen and Damian for a two-day training course in PAM-FORM and PAM-RTM at the Swinburne Factory of the Future. We look forward to much more to come from this partnership.

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PUCA 2019 First AnnouncementApril 29, 2019

The first announcement for PUCA 2019 has just come out with the Japanese ESI Users’ Forum to be held this year at the Tokyo Hilton, Shinjuku, on the 27th and 28th of November. The full announcement is: We cordially invite you to join PUCA2019. “PUCA” is the historical ESI Forum held in Japan, supported by ESI customers for the past 30 years. The Forum will take place on two full days and is…

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Blue Economy CRC FundedApril 18, 2019

Pacific ESI welcomes the announcement of the successful Blue Economy CRC and is pleased to be a founding partner. The Blue Economy CRC is a 10-year $ 329 million collaborative research project lead by the University of Tasmania and comprised of 45 domestic and international partners. The Australian federal government contributed $ 70 million for the CRC. According to Blue Economy CRC Research…

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2019 DMTC ConferenceMarch 28, 2019

Pacific ESI were present at this year's Defence Materials Technology Centre annual conference held in Canberra. Our representatives, Damian McGuckin and Allen Chhor, used the conference to catch up with collaborators including Xiaobo Yu from DST Group. The welcome speech at the conference was delivered by the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC, Minister for Defence Industry.

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OpenFOAM v1812 Release WebinarFebruary 01, 2019

OpenCFD Ltd and the ESI Group have just announced that the 28th of February 2019 will be the day for the OpenFOAM v1812 release webinars. There will be two to cover most time zones at convenient times: 8pm 28th February 2019, Sydney (AEDT) – 10am Paris (CET) 4am 1st March 2019, Sydney (AEDT) – 6pm Paris (CET) Registration is free and the webinar will be jointly presented by: Fred Mendonça…

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OpenFOAM Conference 2019 AnnouncementJanuary 21, 2019

The 7th OpenFOAM Conference has been announced for 15-17 October 2019 in Berlin. This is the premier OpenFOAM event across all CFD applications and process integration. It will be extremely valuable for CFD engineers, Managers, IT specialists, Developers and Consultants as well as Researchers and Students. In addition to the call for papers a packed schedule of workshops is already confirmed…

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Seasons Greetings From Pacific ESIDecember 21, 2018

We are extending a huge thanks to all the clients, collaborators and potential future customers that we’ve been involved with over the course of the year. We've had an interesting year and we sincerely hope that you have too. May 2019 be bigger and better for us all. As a light-hearted token from us, we produced a beautiful visual of streamlines around Santa as he travels at Mach 2.5. The fluid…

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2018 Summer Interns Have StartedDecember 18, 2018

Pacific ESI would like to welcome aboard two UNSW Engineering students for summer internship positions, with possible extensions to Honours project supervision. In alphabetical order thanks and welcome to Alex Zhang and Jonathon Zhu. Collectively they will be working on projects related to shock wave simulation of detonation products and submarine simulation and visualisation with SPH codes. In…

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Congratulations to Tom van GilsDecember 10, 2018

Congratulations to Tom van Gils, who undertook his UNSW Industrial Training at Pacific ESI, for his recent graduation. Good luck with your future career! Whatever that may be.

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