Monthly Archives: April 2013

From Meshing to Infrared

For those of you who I didn’t contact directly or don’t already know, this post will serve to inform you I no longer work at Pointwise. I was invited to continue as a guest blogger here at Another Fine Mesh … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

CAE in the Cloud A Design World article (CAE on the cloud) from last October has sparked a discussion on LinkedIn from which I infer that when engineers say “the cloud” they all mean different things. Just like when you … Continue reading

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8 Questions with Mark Landon from Optimal Solutions

Mark Landon is chief technical officer at Optimal Solutions Software, LLC (gosculptor.com). OSS is in Idaho Falls, Idaho, and offers Sculptor, which contains [in Mark’s words] “the world’s best morphing, shape deformation, shape optimization, tools for CAE based design.”  Sculptor … Continue reading

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My First COFES, Congress on the Future of Engineering Software

You’ve heard of COFES, right? The Congress on the Future of Engineering Software describes itself as “the engineering software industry’s only annual think tank event.” I have known about it for years and more recently have enjoyed reading attendees’ post-event … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

FlowKit’s CEO on CFD, LBM, and the Cloud On the Life Upfront blog you’ll find a two part interview with Jonas Latt, CEO of FlowKit. FlowKit provides consulting services for the open source code Palabos, a CFD solver based on … Continue reading

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Reliable Meshing Process vs. Push Button Mesher

As you already know, the holy grail of CFD meshing is to be able to push one button and automatically produce a perfect CFD solution, or what I like to call the push button approach. Of course, the tricky part … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

I’m attending the Congress on the Future of Engineering Software (COFES) this week and while that might make for an interesting post in the weeks to come it also limits the amount of time I have for this week’s post. … Continue reading

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