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Hello! I was raised in Richardson, Texas. Although my home town is known as a hub for companies in the information technology and electronics industries, my father’s background as a mechanic resulted in me being raised as a grease monkey. … Continue reading
Lorenzo Alba, a mechanical engineering student at the University of Texas at Arlington, spent the summer on our Technical Support team. Many of you will get to see his work close-up at the International Meshing Roundtable this coming October. But … Continue reading
So much meshing this week including the IMR’s meshing contest, geometry modeling and preparation, high-order, and interoperability among other topics. And there are ship propellers all over the place, including the one from Helyx shown here. All this and other … Continue reading
The subject of wind tunnels and testing has come up a lot in the last couple of weeks so it’s perfect that this post includes a link to a photo essay of NASA’s wind tunnels. Of course, there’s all the … Continue reading
For those of us in the USA, today’s post is the lead-in to the 3-day weekend celebrating Memorial Day. On that same USA theme, there’s mystery around a baseball’s drag and a video showing application of CFD to a motorboat’s … Continue reading
I started my engineering analysis activities after graduating with a bachelor’s degree from Milwaukee School of Engineering in Architectural Engineering (a long time ago) where my focus was on structural analysis. I spent the first 8+ years of my career … Continue reading
The premier conference dedicated to the science of mesh generation and general preprocessing for computational simulations is the International Meshing Roundtable, the 27th edition of which will be held 1-4 October 2018 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Their Call for Papers … Continue reading