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Join us for a live webinar on 13 December 2017 at 10:00 a.m. CST (UTC -6) during which we will explore the topic of identifying the best type of mesh to use for the fastest and most reliable CFD simulation. … Continue reading
I was born in a rural village in southern Bangladesh and raised in Chittagong Hill Tracts in the southeastern part of the country. The Hill Tracts is a mountainous region with a diverse demography and vibrant culture. I loved math … Continue reading
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
Next week Claudio Pita and I will be in the Motor City attending the SAE 2016 World Congress and Exhibition. There we will be presenting the work we performed in cooperation with Mark Landon of Optimal Solutions where we have … Continue reading
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
I’m on my way to becoming a versatile meshing expert with Pointwise. Structured, unstructured, overset, hybrid…you name it, and I’ll discretize it for you with hexahedra, tetrahedra, pyramids, prisms, etc…all in Pointwise! I grew up in rural eastern Oregon, studied … Continue reading