Tag Archives: CFD 2030

Meshing Challenges from a Commercial Software Perspective

From the 2017 Q3 issue of The Connector: Challenges in mesh generation were aptly described in the NASA CFD Vision 2030 Study. A quote from the study’s executive summary is “Mesh generation and adaptivity continue to be significant bottlenecks in … Continue reading

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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 Tom Economon and This Is How I Mesh

I suppose I’ll start with the stuffy company line: Dr. Thomas D. Economon is a Postdoctoral Scholar at Stanford University, where he received MS and PhD degrees in the Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics. He holds a BS in Aerospace … Continue reading

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CFD Vision 2030 and Mesh Generation

[This article originally appeared in the May/June 2014 issue of The Connector where it quickly became the most widely read article during any issue’s first month of publication. It has been updated for this forum based on new thoughts and … Continue reading

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