Tag Archives: IMR

I’m Jim Colby and This Is How I Mesh

While originally from Illinois (Waukegan for you Jack Benny fans), I grew in foggy Santa Maria, CA. So, I know BBQ – specifically Santa Maria Style BBQ and even helped my dad build a ‘spec’ Santa Maria BBQ pit. Even … Continue reading

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I’m Carolyn Woeber and This Is How I Mesh

Over time, I’ve realized that I’m in this for the adventure.  I’m sure you are laughing at that, but it’s true.  Discovering and doing mesh generation for me has been one big adventure right from the beginning. I grew up … Continue reading

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News from the International Meshing Roundtable

This year’s International Meshing Roundtable was held just down the road from Pointwise, in Austin, Texas on 11-14 October 2015. Now in its 24th incarnation, the IMR is the event for mesh generation as it brings together meshing researchers and … Continue reading

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I’m Andrea Alvarado and This Is How I Mesh

“I am not an engineer.” I have found that since I started working at Pointwise six years ago, I say that quite often especially after I mention that I work for Pointwise which develops preprocessing software used for computational fluid … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Software Here’s this week’s “must click” link: WebGL-based fluid experiment. [Must have a “modern” browser and plenty of horsepower to enjoy the full experience.] Maybe our friends who know particle dynamics can validate whether mosh pits are more particulate or … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Applications In an article published in Nature Communications, researchers show that animal wings and fins (i.e. natural propulsors) “bend in similar ways within a highly predictable range of characteristic motions.” [Does this surprise anyone? Note: full article available for a … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

NAFEMS Professional Simulation Engineer NAFEMS launched their Professional Simulation Engineer (PSE) competency certification and tracking system at their recent NAFEMS World Congress in Salzburg. Their system of PSE competencies has been developed over the course of several years by their … Continue reading

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