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Image of V-22 with surface mesh and flooded contours V-22 (Javier Garriz)
Image of surface mesh for wing/pylong/nacelle Image is a close-up of the unstructured surface mesh on the wing/pylon/nacelle of a transport aircraft. (Javier Garriz)
Image of surface mesh on human feet Work performed for Dr. Robert Stark, David Taylor Naval Warfare Center. Image is of the unstructured surface mesh on a model of the human foot that was developed from cross-sectional cuts specified at different heights. (Javier Garriz)
Image of artery surface mesh Greg Burgreen and George Foutrakis, Univ. of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Image is of the unstructured surface mesh on a basilar-vertebral artery bifurcation of the intracranial circulation.
Image of blood pump surface mesh Greg Burgreen and George Foutrakis, Univ. of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Image is of the unstructured surface mesh on a blood pump impeller shape designed to mitigate any harmful fluid dynamic flow features related to blood trauma (e.g., hemolysis and thrombosis), while simultaneously improving hydrodynamic performance.

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