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I’m Christian Atwood and This Is How I Mesh
Posted on September 7, 2017 by Travis Carrigan
Hello! I was born and raised in the Fort Worth area. I cannot remember a time when I was not looking towards the sky at twin-jets flying overhead. From a young age, I knew I was focused on eventually working … Continue reading →
Posted in People & Places | Tagged aerospace, cessna, CFD, computer science, flying, food, interns, Microsoft, OpenFOAM, pilot, Pointwise, support, This Is How I Mesh, tutorials, Visual Studio, wind energy, wind turbine | 1 Comment
I’m Rick Matus and This Is How I Mesh
Posted on March 31, 2016 by Travis Carrigan
I grew up as an air force brat, so moving around the country was a feature of my younger days. I was born in San Antonio and also lived in Abilene, Big Spring, and Waco in Texas, Tampa Florida, Pemberton … Continue reading →
Posted in People & Places | Tagged ANSYS, Caelus, CFD, Fluent, flying, food, grid generation, Gridgen, mesh generation, meshing, Microsoft, OpenFOAM, Pointwise, Pointwise User Group Meeting, SAE World Congress, SU2, Texas, This Is How I Mesh, UTA, VINAS | 4 Comments