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Website: http://www.engys.com

Bio: Dan holds a PhD from Washington University in Energy, Environmental, and Chemical Engineering. He is a Reaction Engineer by training and an expert in turbulent reacting flows in complex geometries and multiphase systems. Outside of academia, Dan has a history of business and engineering consulting to complement his R&D experience in various organizations. His roles at ENGYS include trainer, developer, product tester, and consultant across various industry sectors.

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SIMULATING CONJUGATE HEAT TRANSFER MULTIPHYSICS WITH HELYX

February 18, 2020 • In real world flows, we often see combined modes of transport phenomena in which momentum +...

INTRODUCTION TO MESHING WITH HELYX

January 29, 2020 • Creating a computational mesh is an extremely important step in the overall process of CFD...

TALKING CFD PODCAST WITH GUEST, EUGENE DE VILLIERS

January 17, 2020 • If you haven’t listened to Robin Knowles’ Talking CFD Podcast, you’re...

CFD ANALYSIS OF VEHICLE AERODYNAMICS WITH ELEMENTS

January 10, 2020 • Analysis of vehicle aerodynamics using CFD can be time consuming and prone to variability...

IMPROVING ENGINEERING DESIGN WITH TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION

December 13, 2019 • Virtual prototyping using simulation and optimization tools enables faster, leaner, and more...

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SIMULATING TRANSIENT FLOW IN A CLOSING BUTTERFLY VALVE

October 20, 2017 • How do flow patterns and forces in a butterfly valve change during transient operation? This...

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CONJUGATE HEAT TRANSFER AND A NEW DESIGN ARE JUST SOME OF THE NEW...

October 3, 2017 • What are we so excited about over here at ENGYS?  HELYX® v3.0.0 was released after 20+...