[SIGCIS-Members] Historical Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Software

Chuck House housec1839 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 22 09:43:35 PDT 2020

I recently interviewed Amanda Randles at Duke University, who received the Grace Murray Hopper award for work in this area.   She is a superb researcher in current-day computational fluid dynamics--might be a good source

Chuck House 
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On 9/21/20, 11:09 PM, "Members on behalf of Ulf Hashagen" <members-bounces at lists.sigcis.org on behalf of u.hashagen at deutsches-museum.de> wrote:

    Dear colleagues,
    I became interested in the history of "Computational Fluid Dynamics 
    (CFD) Software" last week, but could not find much historical source 
    material on this topic so far. May I ask for your advice and comments?
    Best, Ulf
    PD Dr. Ulf Hashagen
    Leitung / Head
    Forschungsinstitut für Technik- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte / The Research Institute for the History of Science and Technology
    Deutsches Museum
    Museumsinsel 1
    80538 München / Munich
    Tel. +49/(0)89/2179-453
    Fax  +49/(0)89/2179-239
    u.hashagen at deutsches-museum.de
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