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From the 2017 Q3 issue of The Connector: Pointwise is bringing its Let’s Talk Meshing series of events to South Korea in October and Germany in December. We will be showing how Pointwise makes CFD analysis more efficient and trouble-free, … Continue reading
Lattice Boltzmann News Dassault Systemes plans to acquire Exa for about US$400 million. And in this article by Monica Schnitger we read the wonderful analogy: “think of Lattice-Boltzmann as ping pong balls and Navier-Stokes as streamers.” Numeca and FlowKit are … Continue reading
We look forward to meeting you in Stuttgart on 4-5 December 2017 for a conference on mesh generation for CFD with a detailed look at the techniques used in Pointwise. Six Pointwise staff will be present along with an engineer … Continue reading
From the 2017 Q3 issue of The Connector: Challenges in mesh generation were aptly described in the NASA CFD Vision 2030 Study. A quote from the study’s executive summary is “Mesh generation and adaptivity continue to be significant bottlenecks in … Continue reading
Software CPFD released Barracuda 17.2 for fluidized bed reactor simulations. ZephyCFD v.17 was released for simulation of wind farms. FEATool 1.7 was released with multi-simulation capabilities. Beta CAE released v18.0.0 of their software suite, including a new product for simulation … Continue reading
We invite you to join us on 16 October 2017 in Daejeon, South Korea for the workshop Efficient Meshing with Pointwise. There is no fee for the workshop but registration is required. The core of the workshop will consist of … Continue reading
Reproduced below with the permission of SIAM Review is the review of two mesh generation texts co-authored by Tim Tautges and myself. This article originally appeared in SIAM Review, 59(3), 681-699, ISSN (print) 0036-1445, ISSN (online) 1095-7200. The permalink to … Continue reading