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Monthly Archives: May 2017
Cloud CONSELF Cloud Simulation v2.9 was released with improvements in hex meshing, modal displacement calculations, and more. ENGINEERING.com wrote a bit about Envenio’s cloud-based delivery of EXN/Aero and Pointwise. CCTech developed their simulationHub cloud-based CFD platform using Autodesk’s Forge API. … Continue reading
The 2017 2nd quarter issue of our The Connector newsletter is now available on our website at http://www.pointwise.com/theconnector/2017-Q2. This issue features articles on Big Wave Surfboard Optimization Looking Ahead Three Versions: New Meshing Capabilities Meet Us at AIAA Aviation Forum … Continue reading
Good Reading The Philosophy of Simulation Software Development was a headline certain to get my attention. In the article, MSC Software’s VP of product development writes that “product development is about the connectedness of different departments within an organization” and … Continue reading
Pointwise Version 18.0 R3 was recently released with several graphics improvements among other new features. The most significant of these upgrades are: Transparency (0-100%) is now an attribute that can be applied to the display of curve and surface entities. … Continue reading
We’re putting the finishing touches on the latest issue of our email newsletter, The Connector. You can subscribe now on our website and be one of the first to be notified by email when the new issue is published.
Now might be a time to touch all your header files and kickoff a “make” to rebuild your entire project because this is a LONG post, the result of letting things build-up for weeks. Make FUN3D Run Faster This may … Continue reading
Pointwise, Inc. and Envenio have signed a co-licensing agreement to offer both products, Pointwise and EXN/Aero, on-demand, on HPC cloud-host Nimbix. This represents a step-change in the way CFD (computational fluid dynamics) engineers can access and utilize high performance meshing … Continue reading