Tag Archives: workstations

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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Survey on Workstations for Meshing

Computers are always evolving. Deskside machines get replaced by desktop machines get replaced by laptops get replaced by tablets. CPUs get faster, memory gets bigger, and new technology like GPUs gets introduced. New operating systems burst onto the scene and … Continue reading

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I’m Randy Spencer and This Is How I Mesh

Randy Spencer is our employee of the month! I thought I’d catch up with our busy system administrator and learn how he works. The best way to describe how I mesh is, not at all. I have a general idea … Continue reading

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I’m Heather McCoy and This Is How I Mesh

I hate to disappoint you but I never do any meshing. The title of this piece should really be, “I’m Heather and This Is How I Help You Mesh.” I have a degree from Trinity University in San Antonio and … Continue reading

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My SGI Boneyard

I have a special place in my heart for Silicon Graphics.   Gridgen was originally developed for a VAX but shortly thereafter it was the first program ported to the first SGI workstation (a model 2400) purchased at General Dynamics Fort … Continue reading

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