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I’m Michael Honke and This Is How I Mesh

I’m a Canadian masters student interning at Pointwise from the University of Waterloo. My current research is on ferrofluid simulation. I did a BSc in Physics as my undergrad degree at the University of Winnipeg where I studied EM simulation. … Continue reading

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Survey Results: Workstations for Meshing

Back in May 2019 we surveyed the CFD and meshing communities about the computer workstations on which they currently run their mesh generation software and on their need for meshing software to be supported on HPC platforms. It has taken … Continue reading

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This Week in CFD

This week’s news includes a long introduction to quantum computing that’s worth reading just in case we’ll be running CFD on such things. Lots of CFD applications are included, such as the one shown here about data used to validate … Continue reading

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I’m Patrick Baker and This Is How I Mesh

A native of Kansas City, MO, I spent the earliest part of my technical life hanging out with my dad at his office. Maybe it was the lure of technology that kept me going with him, or maybe it was … Continue reading

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I’m Chris Jobe and This Is How I Mesh

While I started off my college career in computer aided design, I never went into the engineering world of meshing before I made the switch back to my first love of computers.  I can remember my days on the Commodore … Continue reading

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