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This Week in CFD

This week features updates on many CFD-related events and a deep article on predicting where CFD will be in 2030.  The image to the right is from that article on the TENZOR blog and shows an LES simulation using an … Continue reading

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AIAA Student Paper Competition in Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments

AIAA’s MVCE technical committee is sponsoring a student paper competition for SciTech 2019. The author of the best extended abstract as judged by the committee will be awarded $500 in advance of the conference to defray travel expenses.

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This Week in CFD

This week’s round-up of CFD news includes an article about the mathematics of the Navier-Stokes equations that’ll make you go “Hmmm,” news about the ASSESS Initiative’s membership drive, plus the usual assortment of announcements. But oddly, not much CFD imagery. 

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I’m Ethan Alan Hereth and This Is How I Mesh

I often wish I had an inspiring story about how I knew from a young age that I wanted to be an engineer, or that I’ve had a lifelong love of airplanes which led me into the field of CFD, … Continue reading

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I’m Mike Park and This Is How I Mesh

I grew up in New Jersey where may father was always fixing something in his workshop and I was very lucky that my parents supported the many hobbies I was interested in. I spent a number of summers working on … Continue reading

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I’m John Chawner and This Is How I Mesh

Meshing has been very, very good to me.  Who’s me? And what do I do? I’m an engineer by education, a programmer by practice, and now I mostly enjoy meeting and learning from interesting people. I suppose I should begin … Continue reading

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