Join us tomorrow, April 14th, at 10am central time for a live Q&A with two of our engineers and have all your mesh generation questions answered.
Indulge your curiosity. Satiate your desire. Nourish your intellect. Tuesday will be your chance to get answers to your most pressing mesh generation questions.
- What type of mesh topology is most suitable for my application?
- How does the T-Rex advancing layer technique work?
- What are some mesh generation best practices?
- What kinds of things are in-work for the next version?
- What the heck is a connector?
You can spring your questions on our engineers live during the event or submit them in advance by commenting on this post or any of the other social media posts about the event using the #letstalkmeshing hashtag. Too shy for social media? Email your question to email@example.com.
Here are some questions already in the queue.
“How to calculate the wall distance (Y+ =1) in the case of multi phase problem such ditching. The aircraft is going from air to water..maybe to air again..”
“Where do you see the future of meshing going? Once we are able to generate grids for the required applications in a robust and automated manner and Adaptive Grid Refinement is used in a efficient manner, what other challenges do you see in terms of meshing?”
“What are the most robust grid deformation techniques for structured grids? Question aimed at updating the volume grid for use in an adjoint optimisation workflow.”
The folks taking your questions are from our Business Development team. Travis Carrigan leads that team and Josh Dawson is a senior applications engineer. While this isn’t “stump the band,” they’ll enjoy your tough questions. [Caveat: Although this live event is like an Ask Me Anything, there’s no guarantee it’ll be Answer Me Everything.]
Do not delay, register today, and Let’s Talk Meshing.