The 2020 OpenVSP Workshop is this week (Tuesday September 15 to Thursday September 17 11a-5p EDT). Every session will be streamed live. Links to the streams and an agenda are available at the Workshop website.
By definition, polishing is a process of making ever smaller changes. While we’ll never be finished, this release serves to further polish OpenVSP. There are tons of fixes and small features. There might not be one huge feature – but … Continue reading
Coming just a month after the previous release, this release is heavy on bug fixes with just a couple features thrown in. The fixes are widespread — everyone should update to take advantage. Not a lot else to say — … Continue reading
Have you checked out the OpenVSP Ground School yet? You should. When Justin suggested we should pull together the pending changes and roll another release, I don’t think either one of us expected there to be this much. While the … Continue reading
The Open Vehicle Sketch Pad online training program is now available! This early release is intended to provide basic instruction to users of all experience levels but will be most useful for those new to OpenVSP. The content within this … Continue reading
The registration form for the 2020 OpenVSP Workshop is now live. Participation is limited, so register early to ensure your spot. More information is available on the 2020 OpenVSP Workshop website.
OpenVSP 3.20.1 includes a few bug fixes. Most importantly, one that fixes a problem introduced in 3.20.0 that causes some models (saved in 3.20) to open up wrong. The other bug fixes are a bit more longstanding and subtle. But … Continue reading
The 2020 OpenVSP Workshop will be hosted by NASA Langley Research Center! This year we are hosting the event at the National Institute of Aerospace located at 100 Exploration Way Hampton, VA 23666. Please save the dates of September 15-17, … Continue reading
OpenVSP 3.20 just in time for 2020! Start off the new year with a new version with one really cool feature (Smart Input) and a bunch of fixes. Overall, this update is very small. It wouldn’t cause a .20 bump … Continue reading
Right on the heels of .0, 3.19.1 is mostly about tidying up a few loose ends. There are a few bug fixes and some documentation improvements. Most significantly, if you’re interested in using VSPAERO to analyze a case with rotating … Continue reading