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The Influence of Meshing Strategies on Simulation Efficiency

Meshing strategies have a direct influence on the accuracy and efficiency of CFD simulations. Once a meshing decision is made, it affects not only the types, number, orientation, and placement of grid elements, but also simulation stability, convergence, and accuracy. … Continue reading

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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 Andrea Alvarado and This Is How I Mesh

“I am not an engineer.” I have found that since I started working at Pointwise six years ago, I say that quite often especially after I mention that I work for Pointwise which develops preprocessing software used for computational fluid … Continue reading

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I’m Daniel LaCroix and This Is How I Mesh

I’m sure there are ways to add drama and intrigue to my upbringing, but I don’t know them. I was the third of four children, born and raised in the suburbs of Dallas/Fort Worth. My father was an athlete and … Continue reading

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I’m Philip Fackler and This Is How I Mesh

Being the son of a man who has served as a pastor and missionary in several places, there isn’t a place I would call my hometown. The closest thing would be Madisonville, KY. Thankfully, this is where I went 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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Where’s the technical meat?

We have a webinar coming up this Thursday on the topic of parametric optimization of vertical axis wind turbines. One of the engineers working on the webinar told me this morning he felt this webinar does not have as much … Continue reading

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