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This Is How I Glyph – Split Connectors At Their Intersection

Pointwise was exhibiting at AIAA’s Propulsion & Energy conference this past summer in Salt Lake City, UT when one of our users visited our booth at the conference with a question about how they could split two intersecting connectors at … Continue reading

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This Is How I Glyph – Squeeze Con

Connector creation and manipulation is one of the most important, but tedious, tasks when creating multiblock structured topologies. You may find yourself repeatedly copying and pasting the same connector to construct a wireframe that defines the blocking strategy in a … Continue reading

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I’m John Steinbrenner and This Is How I Mesh

I was born and raised in Parma, OH, a blue-collar suburb of Cleveland coincidentally less than 10 miles from John Chawner’s hometown of Rocky River.  I was the first in my family to attend college, but was followed by my … Continue reading

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I’m Brenna Jobe and This Is How I Mesh

I have an appreciation for the math and engineering behind grid generation. My love of math and engineering came from my dad, Pop. When I was four, my mom moved my sister and me to Texas from Georgia to live … Continue reading

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I’m Mike Jefferies and This Is How I Mesh

I am one of the software developers here at Pointwise. I have contributed to several areas of the code base, but the geometry and database functionality is my area of expertise. In addition, I have presented at conferences on multi-threaded … Continue reading

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Impressions From the Third OpenVSP Workshop

The use of computer-aided design (CAD) software is particularly ill-suited during conceptual design where product development tends to be very open-ended and large changes to the geometry definition are typically required in order to explore a vast design space.  Organizations … Continue reading

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I’m Sid Agarwal and This Is How I Mesh

I grew up in India in a small city called Karnal which also happens to be the hometown of late astronaut Kalpana Chawla. I finished my schooling with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma in 2011. One of the IB Diploma requirements … Continue reading

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