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This profile was last updated on 11/1/04  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Hydraulic Engineer
    Portland District's 14
  • US Army Corps of Engineers
15 Total References
Web References
Case Study: Protecting Migratory Fish in the Columbia-Snake River System
www.tecplot.com, 1 Nov 2004 [cached]
Contributed by Laurie Ebner | Hydraulic Engineer
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Laurie Ebner is a hydraulic engineer with the Portland District's 14-person Hydraulic Design Section. A 15-year veteran of Portland District, Ebner specializes in using 3-D numerical modeling to provide practical solutions to the water management issues facing the Corps of Engineers.
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In order to plot and visualize their simulation results Ebner and Portland district turned to Tecplot. "We initially purchased Tecplot in 1999 because we needed to view 3-D model results," Ebner said. "In addition, our numerical data sets were growing larger and more complex. We needed a fairly robust software solution that could translate these large data sets into understandable information. Through the use of Tecplot's advanced visualization techniques, we are able to communicate the results of our work more effectively to both other engineering disciplines within the Corps and our external customers -- primarily the biological research community."
According to Ebner, Tecplot's versatility is its strong-suit. "I love the fact that Tecplot is not a single purpose software package," she said. "It works tremendously well as a CFD post-processor, but it also works well with more basic 1-D and 2-D data sets. Furthermore, Tecplot is relatively inexpensive as compared to other CFD visualization tools, a very important consideration for an organization funded with taxpayer dollars."
Ebner added that Tecplot, Inc.'s technical support group provides an intangible benefit. "Often times, software companies treat technical support as an after-thought. Tecplot, Inc. provides such excellent support, however, that I consider it one of the software's greatest strengths," she said.
Tecplot 360 - CFD Post Processing & CFD Visualization Software
www.tecplot.com, 19 May 2006 [cached]
Laurie Ebner, US Army Corps of Engineers
Tecplot: Case Studies
www.tecplot.com, 1 Oct 2004 [cached]
Laurie Ebner is a hydraulic engineer with the Portland District's 14-person Hydraulic Design Section. A 15-year veteran of Portland District, Ebner specializes in using 3-D numerical modeling to provide practical solutions to the water management issues facing the Corps of Engineers.
...
In order to plot and visualize their simulation results Ebner and Portland district turned to Tecplot. "We initially purchased Tecplot in 1999 because we needed to view 3-D model results," Ebner said. "In addition, our numerical data sets were growing larger and more complex. We needed a fairly robust software solution that could translate these large data sets into understandable information. Through the use of Tecplot's advanced visualization techniques, we are able to communicate the results of our work more effectively to both other engineering disciplines within the Corps and our external customers -- primarily the biological research community."
According to Ebner, Tecplot's versatility is its strong-suit. "I love the fact that Tecplot is not a single purpose software package," she said. "It works tremendously well as a CFD post-processor, but it also works well with more basic 1-D and 2-D data sets. Furthermore, Tecplot is relatively inexpensive as compared to other CFD visualization tools, a very important consideration for an organization funded with taxpayer dollars."
Ebner added that Tecplot, Inc.'s technical support group provides an intangible benefit. "Often times, software companies treat technical support as an after-thought. Tecplot, Inc. provides such excellent support, however, that I consider it one of the software's greatest strengths," she said.
Laurie Ebner is a hydraulic ...
www.amtec.com, 1 Oct 2004 [cached]
Laurie Ebner is a hydraulic engineer with the Portland District's 14-person Hydraulic Design Section.A 15-year veteran of Portland District, Ebner specializes in using 3-D numerical modeling to provide practical solutions to the water management issues facing the Corps of Engineers.
...
In order to plot and visualize their simulation results Ebner and Portland district turned to Tecplot."We initially purchased Tecplot in 1999 because we needed to view 3-D model results," Ebner said."In addition, our numerical data sets were growing larger and more complex.We needed a fairly robust software solution that could translate these large data sets into understandable information.Through the use of Tecplot's advanced visualization techniques, we are able to communicate the results of our work more effectively to both other engineering disciplines within the Corps and our external customers -- primarily the biological research community."
According to Ebner, Tecplot's versatility is its strong-suit."I love the fact that Tecplot is not a single purpose software package," she said."It works tremendously well as a CFD post-processor, but it also works well with more basic 1-D and 2-D data sets.Furthermore, Tecplot is relatively inexpensive as compared to other CFD visualization tools, a very important consideration for an organization funded with taxpayer dollars."
Ebner added that Tecplot, Inc.'s technical support group provides an intangible benefit."Often times, software companies treat technical support as an after-thought.Tecplot, Inc. provides such excellent support, however, that I consider it one of the software's greatest strengths," she said.
The Dalles Dam with no J-Blocks.
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- Laurie Ebner
"Tecplot is relatively inexpensive as compared to other CFD visualization tools, a very important consideration for an organization funded with taxpayer dollars." - Laurie Ebner
"I love the fact that Tecplot is not a single purpose software package ... it works tremendously well as a CFD post-processor, but it also works well with more basic 1-D and 2-D data sets." - Laurie Ebner
"Tecplot, Inc. provides such excellent support that I consider it one of the software's three greatest strengths." - Laurie Ebner
Tecplot: Case Studies
www.amtec.com, 1 Oct 2004 [cached]
Laurie Ebner is a hydraulic engineer with the Portland District's 14-person Hydraulic Design Section.A 15-year veteran of Portland District, Ebner specializes in using 3-D numerical modeling to provide practical solutions to the water management issues facing the Corps of Engineers.
...
In order to plot and visualize their simulation results Ebner and Portland district turned to Tecplot."We initially purchased Tecplot in 1999 because we needed to view 3-D model results," Ebner said."In addition, our numerical data sets were growing larger and more complex.We needed a fairly robust software solution that could translate these large data sets into understandable information.Through the use of Tecplot's advanced visualization techniques, we are able to communicate the results of our work more effectively to both other engineering disciplines within the Corps and our external customers -- primarily the biological research community."
According to Ebner, Tecplot's versatility is its strong-suit."I love the fact that Tecplot is not a single purpose software package," she said."It works tremendously well as a CFD post-processor, but it also works well with more basic 1-D and 2-D data sets.Furthermore, Tecplot is relatively inexpensive as compared to other CFD visualization tools, a very important consideration for an organization funded with taxpayer dollars."
Ebner added that Tecplot, Inc.'s technical support group provides an intangible benefit."Often times, software companies treat technical support as an after-thought.Tecplot, Inc. provides such excellent support, however, that I consider it one of the software's greatest strengths," she said.
The Dalles Dam with no J-Blocks.
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