Tag Archives: Python

A Mathematician and Meshing: Tyler Anderson’s Summer Internship

We introduced you to Tyler Anderson a month ago. This Aggie math major finished his summer internship on our Product Development team last week and we wanted to share with you what he accomplished. 

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I’m Tyler Anderson and This Is How I Mesh

Howdy! I was born and raised in the city of Allen, Texas. From a young age I quickly realized that I wanted to work in a field that relied strongly on the use of mathematics. In school I was always … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Structured Grids [Yes, structured grids. No, it is not 1997.] Envenio cites six benefits of structured grids relative to unstructured and hybrid meshes. #4 Data locality leads to “better usage of memory bandwidth.” [Full disclosure: Pointwise provides Envenio with a preprocessing … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Special Easter Weekend Edition Pre- & Post-Processing The importance of mesh density in Abaqus. Here’s best of the visualization web for February 2015. Learn how to debug EnSight Python scripts by watching this video about windpdb. Applications & Reading Direct Numerical … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

CFD 2030 in Aviation Week – Again As promised, Aviation Week’s technology editor Graham Warwick has delved deeper into the issues identified in NASA’s CFD 2030 study. From the 11-18 Aug 2014 issue… In the article Model Future (page 49) … Continue reading

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