Ansys Blog Authors

Bill Kulp

Retired Lead Product Marketing Manager, Fluids

Prior to his retirement in 2020, Bill had an extensive career in product marketing for engineering and technology companies like GE, McKesson, and Phillips. Bill joined Ansys in 2015 as a Lead Product Marketing Manager for the Fluids product line. In that role he managed marketing activities such as webinars, white papers and blog posts for Ansys CFD solutions. Since his retirement in 2020, he has been hiking the Appalachan Trail and enjoying time with his family.

Education:

• Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Penn State University
• Master of Business Administration in Marketing & Strategy from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

Profssional Credentials: Pragmatic Marketing

Time at Ansys: July 2015 - April 2020

Articles by This Author

Engineers Use Simulation to Ensure Solar Panels Survive Wind Storms

Solving the mystery of why solar trackers oscillate at high wind while in a stowed position.

What Causes Pump Cavitation and How to Prevent It

Cavitation happens when bubbles, or voids, form within a fluid because the pressure quickly drops below the vapor pressure.

How to Define Your Own Turbulent Flow Equation for CFD Modeling

Generalized k-omega (GEKO) offers custom CFD modeling to fit your particular turbulent flow.

Aerodynamic Car Body Shape Optimizations & Design

Explore how aerodynamic car body shape optimization helps engineers find unexpected ways to improve the aerodynamics of car body designs.

How to Build a Computational Fluid Dynamics Mesh for Fast and Accurate Simulations

Learn how Ansys’ Mosaic technology can help engineers connect disparate meshes in their CFD simulations.

You Don't Have to Be a Software Expert to Model Multiphase Flow

You don't have to be a software maven to easily simulate multiphase flows common to various industries using Ansys Fluent.

Can You Aerate Wine by Pouring it From the Bottle?

Watch this simulation of the aeration of pouring a bottle of wine into a glass using the algebraic interfacial area density (AIAD) model in Ansys Fluent.

What is a Reduced Order Model and What’s Its Product Development Role?

Reduced order models simplify complex models so they can be easily and quickly studied by engineers and product developers.

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