Author Archives: Shaun Bentley

Shaun Bentley

About Shaun Bentley

Shaun Bentley is passionate about Applied Mathematics and Engineering which led him to pursue and understand real world applications of FEA, CFD, Kinematics, Dynamics, 3D and 2D modeling. He teaches simulation classes to both new and advanced users attending training at GoEngineer. Since 2006, Shaun has been working with simulation tools to solve real world engineering problems. With every new project, he seeks to find ways to push Simulation to its uppermost limits.

Behind the Scenes: Altair Inspire Cast Meshing with SimLab

by Shaun Bentley

Behind the Scenes: Altair Inspire Cast Meshing with SimLab

In this article, we will look at one of the few cases where we bump into a problem caused by some modeling practices that are not well-suited for simulation, and how easy it is to use SimLab to help track down the problem.

Beating COVID-19 with a Snorkel

by Shaun Bentley

Beating COVID-19 with a snorkel

With the partnership of CAD, computer simulation, and 3D printing experience, we were able to get a working prototype of an adaptor that would convert a snorkel mask into a respirator in less than 24 hours.

Negative Pressure Rooms in Hospitals

by Shaun Bentley

Negative Pressure Animation

In hospitals, negative pressure rooms are used to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. To illustrate the concept and effectiveness of these rooms, we’ve run some fluid and particle studies using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation.

How Do I Know My Mesh Is Good Enough?

by Shaun Bentley

The techniques outlined in this article are some of the most popular ways for building significant confidence that your mesh is adequate and reliable.

Cybertruck Simulation: Deal or Dud?

by Shaun Bentley

Transient Animation of Cybertruck Flow Development

Let’s explore the aerodynamic performance of the Cybertruck with SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation and let the results speak for themselves.