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Theta Solutions, LLC
Atomization of a liquid jet injected into a Mach 2 supersonic crossflow. This simulation took approximately two days to run on 576 CPU cores and generated 100's of gigabytes of data.
Junior Partner, Software and Product Support Engineer MTS
Daniel joined Theta Solutions in January 2017 after completing his doctorate in Aerospace Engineering from Iowa State University. His research involved development of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) methods to simulate the atomization of liquid fuel in supersonic rocket engines. Daniel brings expertise in numerical methods including solution strategies for linear and non-linear systems of equations, high performance computing, and processing and visualization of large data sets.
Daniel's primary responsibilities include product and code development and client consulting.