Monthly Archives: March 2011

Join Us for a Webinar on Parametric Optimization of a Vertical Axis Wind Turbine

You’re invited to join us on 14 April 2011 at 9:00 a.m. PDT for a free, hour-long webinar about how to optimize a wind turbine in a parametric manner using CFD.   We’ll get into all of the details involved with … Continue reading

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Today is James Clark’s birthday

Today is a daily double for CFD-related birthdays. First, Pierre-Simon Laplace and now James Clark. James H. Clark was born 23 March 1944 in Plainview, Texas. If his name is still not familiar to you, maybe you know the name … Continue reading

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Learning Begins with Sharing – Submit a Paper for the Pointwise UGM

The Call for Papers for the Pointwise User Group Meeting 2011 is now open.  If you’re involved in CFD where either Pointwise or Gridgen are used we want to hear about your work, how you overcame challenges, and the results … Continue reading

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Today is Pierre-Simon Laplace’s birthday

Pierre-Simon Laplace was born 23 March 1749 in Normandy, France. He was a prolific mathematician and scientist, and his name shows up in numerous mathematical terms: Laplace equation, Laplace transform, and Laplacian operator. The Laplace equation is an elliptic partial … Continue reading

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8 Little Things I Love About Pointwise

Someone at the office finally noticed last week that I was wearing a new pair of jeans.  These weren’t just any jeans either.  They’re a hip brand with nice deep blue color with the creases and fading as part of … Continue reading

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