Monthly Archives: August 2015

This Week in CFD

Meshing Siemens PLM Software is celebrating 30 Years of Femap with a brief video history. [I remember seeing some of those early ads in print magazines.] Congratulations to our meshing friends from the structures side of the CAE world. In … Continue reading

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News from Pointwise At the end of his presentation at AIAA Aviation 2015 on the evolution of Pointwise’s T-Rex hybrid meshing technique, Dr. John Steinbrenner showed what he called “gratuitous pictures of grids” because grids will soon be invisible if … Continue reading

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I’m Daniel LaCroix and This Is How I Mesh

I’m sure there are ways to add drama and intrigue to my upbringing, but I don’t know them. I was the third of four children, born and raised in the suburbs of Dallas/Fort Worth. My father was an athlete and … Continue reading

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News From the Big Guys CD-adapco announced Prague as the location of the STAR Global Conference 2016 on 7-9 March. Deadline for presentation abstracts is 30 November 2015 with acceptance notifications sent in December 2015 or January 2016. In other … Continue reading

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I’m Michael Mirsky and This Is How I Mesh

OK, I’ve got to come clean. I don’t rigorously mesh that often. As part of the product development team, the grids I spend most of my time with are those meshes submitted by our talented users. They are typically ones … Continue reading

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