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This Week in CFD

There’s a lot of good reading and listening in this week’s CFD news starting with a new CFD podcast, a proposal for sustainable research software, and the first in a series on AI and CFD. Think Before You Compute, good … Continue reading

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Meshing the Potsdam Propeller with Pointwise

In this new on-demand webinar we demonstrate how to generate a hybrid hexahedral-tetrahedral mesh for the Potsdam Propeller. You’ll see both approaches (solid meshing and fault tolerance meshing) to generating surface meshes on the geometry model, the T-Rex technique for … Continue reading

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High-Lift Prediction Using SU2 v6 Falcon & Pointwise

The SU2 team and Pointwise recently teamed up and ran one of the meshes generated for the AIAA High Lift Prediction Workshop using the latest release of SU2. Information regarding the workshop, the meshing process, solver setup, and the SU2 … Continue reading

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In Pursuit of the Ideal Mesh

Approaches to discretizing models for physics-based simulation have matured considerably over the years with several meshing techniques from which to choose including: multi-block structured, overset, octree, advancing front, and so on. Each of these approaches has its benefits and drawbacks when comparing one with another. Convergence and solution accuracy are evaluated among three mesh configurations of an ONERA M6 wing to help determine whether there exist any advantages of using an unstructured mixed-cell meshing approach over other unstructured advancing front and multi-block structured options. Continue reading

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I’m Nick Wyman and This Is How I Mesh

I received a BS in Aerospace Engineering and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University. My graduate work focused on the use of CFD for the prediction of rotordynamic stability of turbomachinery. My first job out of school … Continue reading

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