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Tag Archives: wind energy
Hybrid, Conformal Meshing for Wind Farm CFD Applications
Join Pointwise’s Dr. Claudio Pita for an on-demand webinar presentation of an application of mesh generation to wind farms. Based on work co-authored with Travis Carrigan titled Hybrid Meshing Strategies for Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines and Wind Farm Applications at … Continue reading
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Workshop on Wind Energy and Marine Applications of CFD and Meshing
Pointwise will be in Hamburg, Germany on 18 September for a 1-day workshop on reliable CFD simulations for marine and wind energy applications. You will learn how meshing impacts both the accuracy of your results and the efficiency of your … Continue reading
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I’m Brian Zdeb and This Is How I Mesh
I’ve lived in a few different places so far in my life, but Illinois and California most define where I’m from. I was born, raised, and will forever be a Chicagoan. I grew up in the Northwest Side (specifically in … Continue reading
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I’m Uli Fuchs and This Is How I Mesh
I was born and raised in Ulm, a city located in the federal German state Baden-Württemberg in the Southern part of Germany. Internationally, Ulm is primarily known for its Ulmer Münster (church with the tallest steeple in the world (161.5 … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged AEA, Caelus, CFD, CFX, food, Gridgen, OpenFOAM, ParaView, PHOENICS, Pointwise, structured, TASCFlow, This Is How I Mesh, vim, wind energy Leave a comment