Email SubscriptionJoin 5,510 other subscribers
- "Best CFD blog bar none."
"It's the hottest blog in the CFD business!"
"Always a good read."
Another Fine Mesh is "A must for everyone interested in CFD!"
This Week in CFD is "a bit of a mecca for the CFD community."
"Always worth a read by the #HPC and #CFD community."
"This Week in CFD continues to be some of the best technical and entertaining reading on the web!"
Author Archives: Travis Carrigan
I’m Feilin Jia and This Is How I Mesh
I grew up in Shanxi, China. Because my father was a doctor, when I was very young, I had the opportunity to play with many kinds of medical equipment. Alcohol burners and microscopes fascinated me and sparked an interest in … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged AIAA Aviation, CFD, Flashpoint, Flexcompute, Flow360, food, high-order, Pointwise, Slack, Tecplot, This Is How I Mesh, zoom Leave a comment
I’m Antoine Ligier and This Is How I Mesh
I was born in Lyon near the French Alps and spent most of my childhood there and in the greater Paris region. As a kid, I was always interested in sport and sciences and spent most of my time outdoors … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged aerospace, CFD, engineering, FIeldView, food, Glyph, GoToMeeting, Notepad++, Pointwise, Python, structured, support, Teams, Tecplot, This Is How I Mesh, Visual Studio Leave a comment
I’m Martin Leahy and This Is How I Mesh
I grew up and still live and work in Victoria, a southern state of Australia. I am lucky to have wonderful family of three children and a wonderful wife, Amy. I grew up on a sheep/cattle farm in Glenaroua, Victoria, … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged adaptation, ANSYS, Applied CCM, Caelus, CFX, cloud, FIeldView, food, git, Glyph, high order, linux, OpenFOAM, ParaView, Pointwise, Python, This Is How I Mesh, Ubuntu Leave a comment
I’m Vincent van Liebergen and This Is How I Mesh
My fascination for fluid flow began around three decades ago. I always loved water sports as a child and competed in both sailing and swimming. In order to become a better sportsman, you have to practice, understand, and optimize your … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged CelSian, CFD, food, glass, GTM-X, Microsoft, multiblock, ParaView, Pointwise, structured, This Is How I Mesh, training Leave a comment
I’m Michael Honke and This Is How I Mesh
I’m a Canadian masters student interning at Pointwise from the University of Waterloo. My current research is on ferrofluid simulation. I did a BSc in Physics as my undergrad degree at the University of Winnipeg where I studied EM simulation. … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged Chrome, em simulations, food, internship, Notepad++, Outlook, paper, Perforce, Pointwise, putty, This Is How I Mesh, Visual Studio, Windows Leave a comment