Meshing From Home

ymal2The city of Fort Worth finally caught up with its neighbor to the east and issued stay-home and business closure orders that go into effect tomorrow in order to slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. So like many of you, we’re all meshing from home now.

But meshing does continue.

Our Engineering Services team is available to assist you.

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Watch our weekly Tutorial Tuesday videos where you learn a feature in just a couple of minutes. No coincidence, this week’s video is about working remotely.

Our Product Development team continues progress on the software’s next major release. Coming soon are:

    • Periodicity support for high-order, curved meshes
    • Surface meshing that’s up to 5x faster
    • Vertex-centered mesh quality metrics
    • and more
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Hex-core meshes will soon be able to be imprinted on symmetry planes.

Our Applied Research team’s R&D contracts continue unabated.

  • High-order mesh curving with adaptation
  • Mesh automation for “mid-fidelity” simulation

And our Business Development and Marketing and Partner Relations teams are sharing the latest success stories. Join the conversation on

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Read our latest case study: Application of Pointwise T-Rex Meshing and CFD Modeling to the Analysis of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (S-CO2) Power Cycles

Let’s keep on meshing.

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