Monthly Archives: October 2016

I’m Massimiliano Fontana and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in a town in Lombardy, North Italy, and ever since I was a child my passion has been airplanes. One day, with my father, I witnessed the low altitude flight of an F-104 Starfighter during an air … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Good Reading Engineering.com presents a really interesting (i.e. a conversation starter) infographic on the relative merits of the five categories of CFD software: Open-Source, Open-Source Wrapper, CAD-Integrated, Specialized CFD, Complete CFD. What do you think about the five categories? Would … Continue reading

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I’m Tessa Uroić and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in Kutina, a small town in Croatia. The region, Moslavina, is well known for its vineyards and škrlet, a white grape variety. Since I was very little I have been a Formula 1 enthusiast. In fact, I … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Awards, Contests, and Events Proving that you never know who’ll be talking about CFD next, Jeff Bezos tweeted that Blue Origin’s recent wind tunnel tests of the New Glenn rocket helped validate their CFD simulations. ANSYS seeks your simulation results … Continue reading

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This Is How I Glyph – Splitting Multiple Connectors

  Drilling down the grid hierarchy and working directly with connectors is a surefire way to achieve the control you desire while meshing with Pointwise. A connector’s grid point distribution and dimension propagate through a multiblock structured grid system and … Continue reading

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