Alex Lefebvre

CFD Simulation Specialist<br><br>Alex collaborates with clients to find solutions that meet their needs, whether it be new software, technical training, or consulting services. He completed his Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Miami, with a focus on aircraft design. After the completion of his Ph.D., Alex worked in Formula 1 as a CFD expert where he helped the team produce a car that finished 5th in the world's championship.

  • Ansys Rocky: Particle Simulation 10153:08

    Ansys Rocky: Particle Simulation 101

    Learn about particle mechanics' industry-leading features and capabilities to solve your organization's multi-faceted problems using Ansys Rocky.

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  • Ansys Rocky Particle Simulation

    Ansys Rocky Particle Simulation

    Ansys Rocky is the industry-leading discrete element method (DEM) software used for simulating the motion of granular and discontinuous material in a broad range of practical applications.

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  • Fighter Jet Meshing & Simulation using Ansys Fluent – Part 2

    Fighter Jet Meshing & Simulation using Ansys Fluent – Part 2

    Learn about the simulation process and how mesh adaption can help you generate a solution with improved shock & boundary layer definition using Ansys Fluent.

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  • Fighter Jet Meshing & Simulation using ANSYS Fluent - Part 1

    Fighter Jet Meshing & Simulation using ANSYS Fluent - Part 1

    Today, we will have the best view of a fighter jet pulling heavy Gs without feeling nauseous! Some things are better done virtually. Enter… you guessed it! Ansys Fluent. In this two-part article,...

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  • Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) Design using Ansys Fluent

    Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) Design using Ansys Fluent

    The Challenge Fueled by an increasing desire for renewable energies and battery storage capabilities, many Utilities are considering significantly increasing their investments in battery energy...

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  • Supersonic Turkey Cooking (STC) using Ansys Fluent

    Supersonic Turkey Cooking (STC) using Ansys Fluent

    Come Thanksgiving one can find a variety of ways to cook a turkey. The most traditional way to cook a turkey is to roast it with some variations like grilling, smoking, or deep-frying. However,...

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  • Using Ansys Fluent Mosaic Meshing Technology

    Using Ansys Fluent Mosaic Meshing Technology

    For some odd reason I have always liked meshing. I remember the good old PhD days when my supervisor told me: “if you can mesh that thing in a week, I’ll open a bottle of Champagne”. In...

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