Monthly Archives: June 2016

This Is How I Glyph – Rotate View

A couple weeks ago I attended the AIAA Aviation conference in Washington D.C. to work the booth and talk with current and prospective Pointwise users. I enjoy attending conferences because it gives me an additional opportunity to see how Pointwise … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Software If you’re in CFD you’ve probably done some programming. Therefore, you might be interested in NASA’s rules for safety critical code. #6 No function should be longer than what you can print on a single sheet of paper (about … Continue reading

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I’m Rajib Roy and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in a rural village in southern Bangladesh and raised in Chittagong Hill Tracts in the southeastern part of the country. The Hill Tracts is a mountainous region with a diverse demography and vibrant culture. I loved math … Continue reading

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A CFD Education for Undergraduates

While reviewing the 2015 Year in Review issue of Aerospace America, I learned about a report written by the AIAA Fluid Dynamics technical committee titled A Best Practices Report on CFD Education in the Undergraduate Curriculum. The TC shared a … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Software SU2 v4.2 has been released with a new fluid-structure interaction capability. Here’s an article describing CD-adapco’s capabilities for simulating noise in fluids and structures. Engineering.com provides a first look [and it really is a first look for me] at … Continue reading

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This is How I Glyph – Turning Angle Calculator

I’m Rajib Roy and this May I joined Pointwise as a summer intern on the Sales & Marketing team.  During my first week I generated an unstructured viscous boundary layer mesh for a glider geometry. I used the 3D anisotropic … Continue reading

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I’m Uli Fuchs and This Is How I Mesh

I was born and raised in Ulm, a city located in the federal German state Baden-Württemberg in the Southern part of Germany. Internationally, Ulm is primarily known for its Ulmer Münster (church with the tallest steeple in the world (161.5 … Continue reading

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