Tag Archives: CFD

The Evolution of Computational Aerospace from 1968-2018

Sometimes you write something that ends up on the cutting room floor (as my film-loving friends might say). Such is the case with an article I was asked to write for the 50th anniversary of the Society of Flight Test … Continue reading

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I’m Tom Martin and This Is How I Mesh

Two years after I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, mother moved me (one of the greatest sons Kentucky lost) and my older brother to Tuscon, Arizona. After a few years there, we then moved to southern California for a couple … Continue reading

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I’m Josh Dawson and This Is How I Mesh

One afternoon on an excruciatingly hot summer day in Texas, as I was taking phone call after phone call working as a 401(k) specialist at Fidelity Investments – I decided to go back to school to get my Masters of … Continue reading

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I’m Jeremy Shipman and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in the summer of 1972 during hurricane Agnes on the U.S. Navy Submarine Base in Groton, Connecticut, where my father was based as a Submarine Reactor Operator and my mother was a graduate student in Music at … Continue reading

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I’m Lucas Sanchez and This Is How I Mesh

I always thought this thing called CFD was exclusively for NASA and F1, things so far away from where I stand that they seemed unreachable. Yet here I am. I’m from Murcia, a small region from the southeast of Spain … Continue reading

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CFD in Aerospace America’s Year in Review 2018

We’re already one month into the new year but I finally finished reading Aerospace America’s 2018 Year in Review issue, my favorite issue of AIAA’s magazine. I looked for CFD throughout the issue and here’s what I found.

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I’m Jennifer Quirarte and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico and at two years old moved to California where I spent most of my childhood years. In 2004, I moved to Fort Worth, Texas. I am a first-generation college student. I have a … Continue reading

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