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The Latest CFD Meshing News From Pointwise

If you are interested in mesh adaptation, high order meshing, structured grids, hybrid meshes, mesh automation, and meshing process simplification, those topics represent just the last month or so at Pointwise. Read on for the details including how you can … Continue reading

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CFD Solutions Using Pointwise Generated Grids

Students at Texas A&M University use Pointwise to generate a wide variety of mesh types to support research on various CFD solvers and applications. 

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I’m Ian McLeod and This Is How I Mesh

I started Envenio with my former thesis advisers Andrew Gerber and Gordon Holloway back in 2010. Over the next 4 ½ years, we bootstrapped development of our core technology with revenue from consulting projects and with help from a couple … Continue reading

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Webinar: The Influence of Meshing Strategies on Simulation Efficiency

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

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I’m Rajib Roy and This Is How I Mesh

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

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I’m John Stone and This Is How I Mesh

My home town of Manchester, England is notable for many reasons: the development of Graphene, Emmeline Pankhurst, Sir Joseph Whitworth (the father of precision engineering),  Rutherford’s splitting of the atom, and Alan Turing’s work at the University of Manchester, to … 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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