Tag Archives: Pointwise

This Week in CFD

This week’s news includes a long introduction to quantum computing that’s worth reading just in case we’ll be running CFD on such things. Lots of CFD applications are included, such as the one shown here about data used to validate … Continue reading

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I’m Patrick Mills and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and moved to Katy, Texas when I was five years old. I grew up loving sports, and played football and soccer in high school. After I graduated high school I moved back to … Continue reading

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Introducing Pointwise’s Interns for Summer 2019

It’s that time of the year when all our summer interns have started work and we’re ramping up for a fun and productive summer. Their welcome lunch was held at King Tut, a Pointwise favorite. Throughout the summer you’ll be … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s This Week includes the most eclectic set of CFD applications I can recall, from the usual race cars and rockets to teeth, noses, and dinosaur necks. (One of those eclectic applications is shown here: ventilation of a latrine … Continue reading

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This Is How I Thread (Parallelism & Pointwise)

Don’t let the title mislead you. This article contains no information regarding sewing, knitting, or weaving. As interesting as textiles may be, this article instead focuses on computer parallelism and multithreading. As you may know, computing in parallel involves running … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Shown here is Meshed Grains, winner of the Art of Science contest at SUNY Binghamton. It’s an image of meshed grains of polycrystalline materials. The grains can be non-uniform in size and randomly distributed. Each grain is meshed using quadratic … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news includes a survey to take on simulation in the cloud and a good article faceted geometry models for 3-D printing (and the rest of us). Fans of CFD history will enjoy the interview with John Swanson. … Continue reading

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