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I’m Vincent van Liebergen and This Is How I Mesh

My fascination for fluid flow began around three decades ago. I always loved water sports as a child and competed in both sailing and swimming. In order to become a better sportsman, you have to practice, understand, and optimize your … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

December is a popular month for software releases judging by the number of announcements in this week’s post. There’s also an article about the use of CFD to study respiration in reptiles. The image shown here is from an article … Continue reading

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Discover Meshing Best-Practices in Pointwise for Propulsion Aerodynamics Applications

Meshing remains somewhat of an art. Engineers tend to spend a significant amount of time generating grids, while mathematicians develop more advanced algorithms that may end up being exercised on meshes inappropriate for a given application. A mesh that provides … Continue reading

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I’m Faranggis Bagheri and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in Tehran, the capital of Iran in 1983. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Yazd University in the beautiful city of Yazd, which has a history of over 5,000 years with unique Persian architecture. … Continue reading

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