Tag Archives: Turbomachinery CFD

I’m William Humber and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in New Jersey in 1984.  I did both my bachelors and masters work in Aerospace Engineering at Penn State University. While I was there I received the University Turbine Systems Research fellowship and spent my summers during … Continue reading

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I’m John Stone and This Is How I Mesh

My home town of Manchester, England is notable for many reasons: the development of Graphene, Emmeline Pankhurst, Sir Joseph Whitworth (the father of precision engineering),  Rutherford’s splitting of the atom, and Alan Turing’s work at the University of Manchester, to … Continue reading

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I’m Travis Carrigan and This Is How I Mesh

Have you ever been to the Idaho Potato Museum? If not, you should go. They’ll give you a free potato at the end of the tour…or at least they used to. I’ve been there several times. The museum sits in … Continue reading

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I’m Nick Wyman and This Is How I Mesh

I received a BS in Aerospace Engineering and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University. My graduate work focused on the use of CFD for the prediction of rotordynamic stability of turbomachinery. My first job out of school … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

Software Patents In a closely watched ruling (maybe only by us software people) the U.S. Supreme court ruled unanimously in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank that you can’t get a software patent for an abstract idea for the reason that … Continue reading

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