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Tag Archives: aeroacoustics
Recap of Six Recent CFD Success Stories with a Meshing Assist
No one generates a mesh just to generate a mesh. The proof of a mesh’s suitability is successful use in a CFD simulation. That success can be predicated on many factors including the availability of a broad range of mesh … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Software Tagged aeroacoustics, aerodynamics, CFX, hybrid mesh, LES, meshing, OpenFOAM, optimization, overset, Pointwise, structured, SU2, turbulence, unstructured Leave a comment
Simulation of Fan Acoustics using LES on Overset Grids
Professor Kozo Fujii recently shared preliminary results of a large-eddy simulation of an axial fan that were computed on overset structured grids. Decomposition techniques were then used to compute the fan’s acoustic signature. A journal article and conference presentation are … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Hardware, Software Tagged aeroacoustics, overset, Pointwise, structured 1 Comment
This Week in CFD
This week’s CFD news includes many examples of CFD in action from baseballs to cement and canoes. We start off with CFD expert Doug Ball being interviewed about HPC which really is a must-read. And if you like reading, the … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, Hardware, News, Software Tagged 3D printing, aeroacoustics, AWS, F3D, HPC, Kitware, meshing, Numeca, Pointwise, PyFR, RhinoCFD Leave a comment
I’m Patrick Mills and This Is How I Mesh
I was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and moved to Katy, Texas when I was five years old. I grew up loving sports, and played football and soccer in high school. After I graduated high school I moved back to … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged aeroacoustics, atom, food, Glyph, Gmsh, gvim, high order, interns, Outlook, overset, ParaView, Pointwise, scripting, sports, This Is How I Mesh, videos, Visual Studio Leave a comment
I’m Travis Carrigan and This Is How I Mesh
Have you ever been to the Idaho Potato Museum? If not, you should go. They’ll give you a free potato at the end of the tour…or at least they used to. I’ve been there several times. The museum sits in … Continue reading
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