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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

The past two weeks have yielded two “must see” CFD articles. The first is on the data management and visualization aspects of using pressure sensitive paint in wind tunnel testing of NASA’s Space Launch System. The second delves into splines … Continue reading

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I’m Kristen Karman-Shoemake and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in Arlington, TX and spent most of my childhood in and around the Fort Worth area. When I was in high school, my family moved to Chattanooga, TN. I then went on to UTK for my undergraduate … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Lots of applied CFD in this week’s roundup of news and notes. And because it’s Friday, the app featured here is a screen shot from a video of pouring a beer (simulated using FLOW-3D). There’s a long-ish article on turbulence … Continue reading

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I’m Valerio Novaresio and This Is How I Mesh

I studied Aerospace Engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin and continued my studies working in the field of numerical simulation and earned a Ph.D. in Energetics. In the last year of my doctorate I performed fuel cell simulations and started … Continue reading

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